It’s a trick question. Both impact your business the same way – you lose access to your valuable business data when you are not expecting it. One of the most important things you can do about cybersecurity is to stop thinking about it like a mysterious disease whose only cure is to buy specialized protection software. To be sure, some business...
Our founder and CEO, Rosalyn Arntzen, sat down for an interview on She Did It Her Way, a weekly podcast for and about female entrepreneurs. During the podcast, Rosalyn discussed: Where she developed her leadership style What life changes she made to maintain the high energy levels needed to run a business How she went from owning her own ...
We all use the Internet regularly to communicate with colleagues, share vital information, and carry out our business duties. Think of trying to get through your workday without access to your e-mail, your documents, or your spreadsheets. Nevertheless, that same Internet we depend upon is viewed by cyber criminals as a pathway into your company – one ...
If you're a consultant, then it's a given that you're always on the lookout for your next gig. While there are plenty of online resources to help prepare you for the big interview, what often gets lost is what to do when you don't get hired. Obviously, nobody wants to be rejected, but there are often teachable moments that you can find and use dur...
It's a fact that architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals don't forge typical customer relationships. Engineers and construction managers are often on-site rather than in an office. Architects are in an office but the output involved in their jobs often makes it easy for them to overlook the many other aspects involved with ...
We are excited to announce a NEW guest blog series by Dr. Ken! In future blog posts, he will discuss ransomware, encryption, and other critical cyber-security issues all business people need to know. Stay tuned! UPDATE Friday May 12, 2017: Massive ransomware cyber-attack hits 74 countries around the world says a headline in today’s UK Guardian news...
Safety in numbers. It is a proven survival principle that has, well, survived for eons. Encapsulated in this principle are many worthy lessons, such as implicit trust and resource pooling. These lessons are easily seen in the security concept of a Walled Garden. This defense model can be traced back to when 17th century townships were designed aro...
Since 2014, I've been a fan of PowerBI, a suite of business analytics tools from Microsoft used to analyze data and share insights. As an early adopter—I was introduced to PowerBI while working with the Enterprise Commerce team at Microsoft so I've seen firsthand how the application evolved into an impressive business tool since its infancy....
Owners of small-to-midsized businesses (SMBs) view their information technology (IT) as a necessary evil. For example, most SMBs dread the cycle of upgrading old laptops and desktops every few years (IDC notes that PC sales in 2017 are the strongest they've been in five years) to keep up with the latest version of Microsoft Windows. For decades, l...
Many professional service companies face a paradox: Despite requiring high-touch customer relationships, they are often overextended with limited staff—making it easy for them to overlook the many other aspects involved with running a business. Add working with multiple clients and potential projects all on different schedules into the mix a...
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