Newsletter | May 12, 2020

05.12.20 -- Why Hackers Hack: Behind The Hoodie

 
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Why State Of The Art Facilities Require State Of The Art Infrastructure

As advancing technology makes doing more faster a reality, all industries face the same problem. Digital transformation, the Internet of Things, AI, and machine learning are no longer experiments or curiosities—they’re a vital part of effective operational scaling.

The Importance Of Office 365 Backup

Develop an effective protection strategy for Microsoft Office 365 data.

Finding The Right Fit For Your Merchants’ Laundromat POS System

With a laundry POS system, your clients can take advantage of a wide array of benefits that can help them to succeed in today's competitive market. With their laundry POS system, they gain all of the tools that they need to manage every aspect of their operation, from reporting to marketing to developing customer loyalty programs.

SkyTab Pay-At-The-Table Solution Demo

SkyTab is a powerful mobile solution that is a true game-changer for the hospitality and foodservice industries. It combines state of the art hardware with simple and intuitive software to deliver an exceptional experience for businesses and their guests.

Why Hackers Hack: Behind The Hoodie
 

Most social stereotypes are easily debunked, and hoodie-clad hackers are no exception. The average hacker comes in all shapes and sizes—often disguised as the boy or girl next door.

Leadership Lessons
Why Product Management For E-Commerce Is Different To Other Projects

A huge amount of work goes into running a successful e-commerce business, from technical aspects to financial challenges.

Add LinkedIn To Your Morning Work Routine

LinkedIn is a fabulous lead source, but it takes a game plan to make sure you’re doing all the right things that can help drive engagement. Your morning ritual should include specific activities that don’t take long but can have the biggest impact.

How To Build A Great Business Team (Hint: It’s Harder Than You Think)
 

At the end of the day, business performance is mostly about the contributions of individuals. Teams are important, but only insofar as the individuals who make up a team are performing at or beyond their capabilities.

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