She was livid.
“Two #$%^&* hundred and fifty #$%^&* dollars for an SSL #$%^? Every #$%^*& year? Just to take those #$%^&* browser warnings off my website. Do I really need to pay that?”
The short answer? No. Not by a long shot.
Why do I say this? Let’s jump right in.
With new data protection laws upon us, it’s concerning to find that only 1 in 5 small businesses are prepared for the new regulations. This relaxed approach can make it easier for cyber attacks and data breaches to occur. To get in the know before these changes occur, here are five things that small businesses need to know about cyber liability insurance.
There are many of us grown people who still enjoy playing video games. If you fall into this category, chances are you’re looking for a laptop you can use for both gaming and business. Luckily, there are quite a few machines out there that might be exactly what you need. We singled out 5 of them you should definitely take a closer look at.
Nowadays, it is impossible to run a business without using any computer program (software) or mobile apps for that matter. There are huge amount of businesses moving towards virtual offices due to the many benefits of this way of working but the success of these transitions depend on the processes you have in place and how they run. Programs and apps are the best tools and resource to expedite what used to be tedious and manual processes that most businesses used to waste a lot of time and capital on – such as accounting, prospecting, and even client engagements.
Facebook has been on the cutting edge of social for many years now. With billions of users and advertisers paying millions every day, this is certainly a platform that should be taken notice of. Their latest move sees them take on Youtube in video.
The global corporation is to start paying video-makers for uploading their clips to the platform.
We’re living in a world of contradiction.
On the one hand, multiple reports tell us 30 percent of human jobs will be lost to automation in the next 15 years and 97 per cent of marketers feel positive about leveraging AI to make their jobs easier.
Designing a website is a fascinating process even though it comes with its own challenges. First, you need to remember that your site is going to be hosted on a platform that already has billions of other websites. Additionally, the billions of sites that are already there alongside others that will come afterwards will be competing to get the attention of the same visitors you are targeting. These facts combined mean that the most important considerations need to revolve around its visibility in the eyes of users since your main reason for creating the website is to enable people to visit it. One of the factors you have to consider is its safety, which means you will need to install SSL certificate. With this in mind, we welcome you to remain with this post to learn more about other critical factors that can affect the effectiveness of your website.
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Embracing the shift to social-media style interactions is an effective way to encourage collaboration in business. Features such as ‘likes’ ‘shares’ and comments’ have become instinctive, especially to the new wave of millennial employees. Adopting digital communication techniques in the workplace can enhance employee engagement and productivity due to the familiarity and simplicity of the interactions.
Digital interactions at work are not a new idea. Intranet systems to support internal collaborations have been around for years, however, older systems were clunky and difficult to navigate, due to the heavy design influence from the desktop experience. In addition the idea of a platform such as an intranet for business being used in a similar way to how Facebook or Twitter is used today is not something that would have ever occurred to anyone. The substantial cost of the hardware, maintenance and technical updates made intranet systems unfeasible for small and upcoming businesses, due to the financial strain.
There has been an explosive growth of businesses using social media networking sites over the past few years. Businesses use social media for 5 main reasons:
- To improve awareness about their products/services
- To build their brand and their online presence
- To reach out to new cliental
- To engage with existing customers
What are the benefits of social media?