When you first start a business, you discover that you need various software to keep things operating smoothly. Some of the software will be off-the-shelf products that flawlessly suit your needs. However, there will be situations when the software you purchase will not match your requirements and will hinder rather than help you. How will you be able to tell the difference?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other laws in the European Union (EU) give its residents the right to be forgotten. But the EU’s highest court recently said that right only exists within the EU itself. Google and other search engines can still display that private information on websites based in the U.S., China, and elsewhere around the world.
When you’re a business owner looking to improve operations through a custom business software project, you have to keep one eye on the bottom line. You need to know the project you need will be delivered on time, and on budget. But over time, it can be easy to let added features or delays push you past your estimate. Here’s what you can do as a business owner to keep your business software project on track.
The modern era of business is all about doing more with less. You want your employees to be more productive without paying them endless overtime. The answer is efficiency. Content management controls on your integrated web solution make your workers more efficient, saving time, effort, and helping to avoid costly mistakes.
Since January 2017, Google Chrome has begun warning users when they visit websites that are “Not Secure”. Find out what the warning means, and what you can do to fix it on your company website.
When it comes to web marketing, the last thing a business owner wants is a third party scaring away visitors. But if you haven’t taken some steps toward cybersecurity, you could be seeing just that.
2015 was a year of astonishing website hacks. From major companies like Experian to social media networks like Twitter, and even the IRS, everyone seems to be having data hacks. Small businesses might try to fly below the radar, but that's a problem. Here's why cybersecurity matters to small businesses.
As a small business owner, you may find comfort in obscurity. You might believe that your company is too small to be the victim of a data breach, or that you have nothing the hackers want.