Making sound business decisions isn’t easy. While listening to your gut feeling might be fruitful at times, this is unreliable at best and can put your business at risk. Take employee training as an example.
Did you know that 44% of businesses plan to increase tech spend in 2020? In fact, Gartner predicted that global spending on cybersecurity would reach $170.4 billion by 2022. Given the onslaught of cybercrime
A recent article listed the world’s most “evil” companies, and it seems most have one thing in common: They’re plagued by toxic content, some not of their own making. Toxic content comes in many forms,
If your profession requires creating, manipulating, storing, or transferring video files, end-to-end encryption is essential. Without end-to-end encryption, your video files are constantly at risk of stolen.
It’s ironic, but brands — even the smallest advertisers — often make the mistake of believing they need a rigid personality, a monolithic look, and a singular voice. Rigidy reinforces the idea that there’s
Stepping into the fourth industrial revolution where everything revolves around technology and automation, we are witnessing the major changes in the industries. The things we saw in science fiction movies
As a tech guy and a parent, I’ve been torn about the trend over the last few years, where kids as young as five have their own smartphone. All over my kids’ school, I see young kids with iPhones and Android
More smart door locks are appearing on the market to help us add more security to our homes not to mention lighten the number of keys we have to carry. With growing kids, roommates, an Airbnb rental business,
Superfly’s New Frontier: How the Company That Reinvented Music Festivals is Doing the Same for Branded Experiences
The typical startup story begins with a couple founders in a garage ready to build the next greatest thing in technology. The Superfly story was a bit different. This story is about four founders who to