Defending yourself against social engineering requires some special diligence from the top-down, but it's completely manageable if you're willing to put the work in. Here are three quick tips that every business owner should follow in order to tighten up their security...
If you're planning on launching a new business, having a good online store is essential. To make the best of your business, you need to be up-to-speed with the best of the latest ecommerce platforms, to help make using your website a seamless and user-friendly experience.
There's no way to stop people from searching your company name on popular search engines, and the difference between making a sale or losing a prospective customer could be as simple as them looking over your business' online reviews or reading a recent newspaper article about the risks associated with your product or service.
You are a government contractor (or an aspiring government contractor). You have done your research and you know the government agencies you want to target. Now the BIG question is: Should you sign-up for a Bid/Request-for-Proposal (RFP) system?
Whether email, social media, news, or ecommerce, we visit countless websites every day that require you to sign up with an account. But what if you don't know where to save your passwords or don't have time to remember 10 different passwords—so you end up with a single password that, if somebody got a hold of it, would compromise all of your accounts?
Spreecast is the new kid on the block in video chat. With its unique approach to casting live video across the web, there are some definite advantages of using the service as an alternative to Skype, Google Hangout or GoToMeeting.
In today's fast-paced and highly technological world, there are many business tools that are being "phased out." Gone are the days of rolodexes, fax machines, even scanning. It would only go to follow that evolution would affect your business phone system as well.
Cloud storage has been growing like wildfire over the past few years, offering individuals and businesses the chance to easily store and share files with no strings attached. With many options when it comes to choosing a service for storing and sharing your files remotely, I’ve put together a list of who I see as the top 5 options for small businesses.
Are you sitting on a great idea but lacking the money to make it happen? One alternative to traditional financing, which typically requires you to repay with interest or to sell an ownership stake in your company, crowdfunding is the solution for startup founders who want to raise money for their small business the same way that politicians raise money for their campaigns: organically. Here are a few of the most popular web sites for crowdfunding and how each one serves its goal to help you achieve financing for your startup.
As the number of mobile payment options continues to grow, businesses that haven’t already need to start thinking about accepting payments from mobile devices. Not only does a Mobile Card Reader simplify the process of executing a sale with a few taps of the finger, but it can be an additional advantage for your business to manage all of its cash flow online. Here’s a look at a few ways your business can go mobile.