Cyber Security and the Ethics and Imperatives of Scare Marketing

Cyber Security and the Ethics and Imperatives of Scare Marketing

If you’re not biting your nails in fear of cyber crimes and internet vulnerabilities the rest of 2018 will bring, you haven’t been paying attention. But, as it turns out, you wouldn’t be alone. Outside of the most tech savvy businesses and individuals, anxiety about cyber security at the individual or national levels doesn’t seem to have gone very far. And if you’re a company that specializes in internet security…

Cell Phones: The New Tech-Drug

Cell Phones: The New Tech-Drug

“Drug addiction may result from several factors, some of which include outside influences the user may not have control over,” says Edward Lake, attorney and co-founder of Gacovino Lake law firm. “It can begin as a helpful or necessary tool and quickly snowball into an uncontrollable urge.” Pause one moment. Remove the word “drug” from that quote and replace it with “cell phone.” Eerily, the sentence still rings with truth.…

Business as Unusual in the Quantum Economy

Business as Unusual in the Quantum Economy

At CES 2018, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced the company’s new quantum processor, codenamed Tangle Lake. The big news is that Tangle Lake is a 49-qubit system, which is up from their last test chip using 17 qubits. Everybody appears to be pretty excited about those numbers, but what do they really mean? And, more importantly, what does all this quantum computer technology mean for business going forward? Traditional computers…

How to Have ‘The Talk’ With Your Staff (No, Not That Talk): Cyber Security in 2018

How to Have ‘The Talk’ With Your Staff (No, Not That Talk): Cyber Security in 2018

Cyber Security Starts at the Bottom: Keeping Your Small Business Safe Online It’s 2018, and that means, when it comes to cyber security, your company and you as an individual are more vulnerable than ever. Hackers are getting smarter and more sophisticated all the time, and the damage they can do to a company and its customers is astounding. You’ve probably just heard about the big-name company hacks, like Equifax…

Going Paperless: Streamlining the Customer Journey

Despite technology now supporting businesses in different ways, there are still some parts of companies’ workflows that rely on paperwork and documents. Relying on paper documents is not without its risks. In most cases, asking customers to submit paper documents can seriously hurt the customer journey. With most – if not all – employees and customers using mobile devices, going paperless and streamlining everything into a mobile solution is a…

Federal Crimes Against the Environment: Some Wins Worth Mentioning and What Comes Next

If you ever turn on the news and watch for more than ten seconds, it’s hard not to feel defeated. Seemingly full of nothing but negative stories, it’s usually enough to make you lose your faith in humanity. But when it comes to federal crimes against the environment, we’ve witnessed some pretty significant wins. The current administration is turning some environmental heads, though, so it seems like a good time…

New Technologies You May Not Have Heard About

New Technologies You May Not Have Heard About

2017 was full of new cell phones, laptops, and smart technology. With these devices capturing customers’ attentions, numerous creations and advancements fell through the cracks. Today, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most amazing technologies from 2017 and the start of 2018. The Beating Heart in a Box Over 100,000 people are waiting list candidates for a lifesaving organ. Three percent will have a chance to obtain one…

Greener Living Ideas for Home-Based Workers

You may have come across plenty of tips to help office employees, retail workers, and even hospitality staff go greener at work, but, what do you do when your home is your office? Whilst working from home is the perfect arrangement for many people who prefer to be in full control over their own working day, it can also lead to a lot of unnecessary energy use. Thankfully, there are…

Cryptocurrency Cloud Mining Takes Another Leap Forward

With over 3 years experience in the industry, cloud mining company Bet Capital is pleased to announce 2 year Ethereum cloud mining contracts with NO maintenance fees, which represents the best value on the market — after users sign up for a free account. The platform also offers 2 year Bitcoin cloud mining and Litecoin cloud mining contracts with many features including proof of rate, mining pool selection, and monthly…

South Africa’s CrashDetech App Can Save Lives

David Jackson, MBA South Africa’s CrashDetech app was designed to detect car accidents. The app utilizes a smartphone that will be used to detect impact. The app will detect the impact, call an agent to request emergency dispatch and even pinpoint your location. The app is designed to reduce wait times following an accident. Less wait times will save lives. Global Road Safety Partnership states that accidents kill a person…