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Monthly Archives: September 2014

How to Easily Avoid a Crippling Data Breach

How to Easily Avoid a Crippling Data Breach

What do Jimmy John’s, Home Depot, Target, Neiman Marcus, and Michael’s all have in common? All of these major companies have admitted to having a large data breach in the past year, with the most recent being Jimmy John’s on September 25th. Combined, these data breaches have amounted to sensitive data exposure of around 200Read more

Reduce Your Risk of a Runaway “Black Swan” IT Project

Reduce Your Risk of a Runaway “Black Swan” IT Project

Leaders of large-scale projects may already be familiar with the looming concept of a “Black Swan”, and the enormous risks it poses to a company’s vitality and existence. The Harvard Business Review wrote on the subject, defining it as a project that goes 200% or more over budget and 70% over time. There are a varietyRead more

Lean Recycling: The Better Strategy to Manage Surplus Computer Equipment

Lean Recycling: The Better Strategy to Manage Surplus Computer Equipment

A lot has been said about adopting lean strategies in different areas of business. This is because lean principles can be applied to almost any business practice. The basic philosophy of a lean strategy is this: eliminate wasteful practices and increase value producing practices. By eliminating wastefulness and increasing value production, your company can cutRead more

Thinking of Upgrading Your Employees to the New iPhone 6? Consider This…

Thinking of Upgrading Your Employees to the New iPhone 6? Consider This…

With every release of a new gadget from Apple comes a wave of consumer confusion as to whether or not they should upgrade to the new tech, no matter how new their current device is, or simply stick with what they have. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus release has been no exception, with pre-ordersRead more

Is Your Sensitive Data Being Exported Overseas? Here’s How to Stop It.

Is Your Sensitive Data Being Exported Overseas? Here’s How to Stop It.

Back in 2009, the confidential data of a US government contractor was discovered on a hard drive purchased in Ghana. The data included confidential data and records, like contracts with the DIA, NASA and TSA, as well as personnel files and other sensitive company information. It is unclear how the drive was exported overseas with theRead more

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