Happy Valentines Day!
Happy Valentines Day!
These days, small businesses are more dependent on IT systems than at any other time in history. Because of this, even the slightest technological hiccups in our cyberspace-centered workflow can have expensive, lasting consequences. Perhaps the most dramatic illustration of this occurred back in 2013, when Amazon went dark for half an hour.
In a world of rampant cybercrime, hackers thrive on the blind faith of their targets. Despite high-profile digital security breaches showing up in the news nearly every week, most people assume they’re safe from attack.
The thinking goes that while Fortune 500 corporations like J.P. Morgan, Sony, Tesco Bank, and Target have lost millions of dollars of data breaches in recent years, my business is far too small to justify a hacker’s attention…right?
If you’re like an estimated 76% of US consumers, you might be planning to add a few gift cards to your holiday shopping list.
Before you pick up some plastic to round out your gift giving, you should be aware of a few pros and cons to this form of a gift.
The holiday season is in full swing and scammers can be up to snow good. With the number of scams likely to increase, it’s important to be extra vigilant in protecting your personal information and finances.
Before the holidays hit, give yourself the gift of information brought to by our friends at ID Theft Center.
3 Ways Technology Can Increase Your Home’s Value AND Save You Cash at the Same Time Implementing tech upgrades into your home — taking one more step toward the coveted “smart home” — can be a good time, but beyond that, it’ll save you precious time and money every day.
When you’re running a small business, you need to stay abreast of every possible money-saving strategy. That’s why, this year, you should look into the Section 179 Deduction small-business tax incentive. Section 179 allows a business to write off an entire equipment purchase for the year it is purchased, rather than writing a portion off for the next few years.
Imagine, for a minute, that you’re the CEO of a scrappy, promising new start-up. In the beginning, it was just you and two other employees working on dinky PCs out of a 12-by-12-foot office, but times are picking up and the company is heading into the uncharted waters of rapid growth.
Change is a constant. Ho-hum, right? Everybody knows that. But, if you really do expect change, what are you actually going to do about it?
If you’re committed to making your best even better, you won’t just react to change. You’ll create it.