February 28th, 2022
Companies that are successful even in competitive markets are able to master, market, and distribute their product. These companies have taken the time to analyze their production output and to optimize it in order to produce their product or provide their service with minimal interruptions.
Having all of these components lined up requires a delicate balance. Let’s say that you’ve got a great idea and the means to produce it. You then need to have the properties in place to effectively provide this.
The bottom line is that productivity challenges can make or break a good company. And when your employees are engaged, they are more productive and can increase productivity by 21%.
To help you get ahead, you need to introduce a productivity tracking software, a method for worker productivity tracking, and processes around improving that model. But you can’t do any of this without first understanding the causes of your low workplace productivity. Read More
February 21st, 2022
Customer data is vital to running a successful business. Not only does customer data provide your business with helpful information, but it also makes transactions easier and more efficient, allowing you to expand your service offerings.
This article will dive into why data protection is necessary within the U.S., how it should be applied, and other things to know. Read More
February 14th, 2022
Staying ahead in a competitive workplace is challenging for all businesses. Not only do your products and/or services have to stay relevant, but you must continually strive to produce them at optimal speeds.
Poor productivity can be a major contributor to falling behind not only in sales but in a competitive market. Productivity challenges are normal in the workplace, but there are ways that your team can work to overcome these challenges.
This article addresses tips for overcoming these major 8 productivity challenges in the workplace. Read More
February 7th, 2022
Businesses collect an unprecedented level of data in today’s online shopping world. Just by browsing a website, consumer data may be transferred to the website host and held for a variety of purposes.
Whether data is being collected for intentional purposes or to facilitate a retail transaction, businesses have loads of personally identifiable information (PII) that can be stolen. Each day, hackers seek new ways of gaining access to a company and taking advantage of the data stored on the company network.
While information technology (IT) professionals are always trying to find new ways to secure a business, hackers inevitably get in. For some, enlisting in cybersecurity insurance may be an additional way to support the security of your business. But is it worth it?
Cybersecurity insurance may or may not be worth it to protect your business. Here’s what you need to know to first learn about cybersecurity insurance, when it is required, and if you should consider it for your company’s security.Read More
January 31st, 2022
Legislation like Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is in place to protect personal data collected by businesses. But this also requires businesses to follow guidelines for properly collecting, storing, and moving this data.
If you interact with customers in either the EU or California, then you need to follow the GDPR and CCPA. Not doing so could result in hefty fines and a catalyst of events. And while these data privacy best practices aren’t required for all customers, it is a good rule of thumb for keeping consumer data safe.
Here’s what you need to know about GDPR and CCPA to prepare for 2022.Read More
January 24th, 2022
Your business’ information security (IT) is what keeps your critical business data processing safe. Therefore, you need to be prepared for the advancing and impending threats.
Data threats change every year but business IT professionals can prepare for the most dangerous threats with preventative measures and protocols.
Some experts will say that malware is the biggest threat to information security, but we should look more broadly at cybersecurity challenges and how to prevent them.Read More
January 17th, 2022
The GDPR, or the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, is a regulation that ensures data protection and privacy practices are followed in the European Union (EU).
The GDPR is unfortunately hundreds of pages of law, so it might be difficult to understand what is expected of businesses eligible under GDPR. Businesses that interact with European customers, therefore, need to consider the ways they handle EU customer data as it can be critical to company success.
Here is our quick guide on data handling best practices under GDPR.Read More