Whether it comes from necessity or legality, the global COVID-19 pandemic has upended businesses in many industries. Those that have changed tack have weathered the storm. Those that haven’t had likely suffered damage. One of the greatest shifts we have seen is towards working from home. Social distancing, quarantine lockdowns, and other requirements have for
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If you own or manage a law firm, you need to ensure that you are making the most of the technology that’s available to you. In fact, something that people often forget is that legal IT is a unique subset of information technology, and it has specific needs. That means you need the right kind
Congrats: if you’re reading this, you’re considering hiring on help as your startup surges into a new phase of growth. That’s amazing news. Like any step in the startup game, though, it’s important to approach hiring new help with caution – one wrong hire, and your upward trajectory could be put into jeopardy. The exact
Getting stuck on quarantine can be boring and detrimental to your health. These tips will help you to mitigate the negative effects of being on quarantine.
Becoming a lawyer takes years of hard work and dedication. Many aspiring lawyers have an idea of what their ideal career path looks like. Some people prefer working for existing companies and do not wish to open their own firm, while others spend years thinking about when and how to open their own practice. Anyone
Many organizations are now modernizing and adapting their organizational charts (org charts) to address their company and customers’ changing needs. One of the most significant evolutions many businesses will implement is switching to SecOps teams rather than independent IT and security teams. Considering the rapid rise in criminal cyberattacks, it’s no longer effective or efficient
If you have the finances or the ideas for a new business opportunity and have finally decided to start your own business, you have a long but rewarding road ahead. Whether you enjoy being independent or look forward to becoming an entrepreneur with hundreds of employees, starting your own business can be a daunting task.
Paula Wallace is the president and founder of SCAD, a private, nonprofit, accredited university. Established in 1978, SCAD is the most comprehensive art and design university in the United States, offering more than 100 academic degree programs with locations in Atlanta and Savannah, Ga., and Lacoste, France, as well as an award-winning SCAD elearning program.
As digital technology continues to grow rapidly, the sophistication of cybercriminal attacks grows right along with it. While IT advancements make it possible to protect your information from online attacks, most people don’t know that they’re at risk until it’s too late. And now may be a more important time than ever to check in
There are many different components involved in running a business, and they don’t all have to do with your core services. Indeed, at times, it can feel as if you spend your time doing everything but actually improving your products and services. Your accounting, marketing, and yes, your technology can all take up a considerable