You might not have thought about it before, but you need to be operating with a disaster recovery plan.
Today, businesses rely almost entirely on data storage and exchange to conduct their operations. While the use of this technology has allowed for increased efficiency and profit, the risks associated with potential data disasters are enough to end a company’s operations entirely. How can your business guard against data threats best?
The grocery giant recently suffered a pratfall many found funny—but it was a tough lesson for businesses in this age of 'justice by social media.'
Check out this cartoon as a manager tries to explain how to view the company handbook with new technology.
If you don’t work in the financial world, but you need to get up to speed on the principles of accounting, here are three great websites to help.
Digital note-taking has many advantages that might convince the dedicated paper note-taker to switch over.
Well-written, educational, entertaining blog posts won’t matter much if you don’t grab people’s attention with a truly compelling headline.
Wonder what’s chafing your employees? Ask them with an app.
If you are suffering from writer’s block and are struggling to come up with blog ideas, Marsha Friedman, a public relations expert with 25 years’ experience developing publicity strategies for celebrities and corporations offers this advice.
Twitter is a great way to connect with customers, build your brand, and promote your products and services. Just make sure you aren’t communicating the wrong message.