Digital Trends in Online Shopping

We’ve been shopping online for years. For most, this is a positive experience. People love online shopping because for its convenience. You purchase what you need from the comfort of their home, and the order ships right to your door. A complaint that most online customers likely have is shipping costs. No one wants to […]

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Top Finance & Payment Trends of 2016

The last year has brought so many changes to the financial aspect of business. Last year’s big push toward chip cards, presented a lot to work through to standardize this payment method. As you’re probably aware, these issues and tweaks are still being worked through. The end result will provide us with safer transactions and […]

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Seven Sins of IT: Failure to Fit

Fit is important. Think about a shirt you want to wear for the next big outing. If it’s too big, you’re uncomfortably drowning in extra material and look like a child playing dress up. If it’s too small, you are constantly tugging at fabric and may feel like you’re busting out! The same goes for […]

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Seven Sins of IT: Choppy Changes

As a kid, my dad liked to teach me life lessons. Some of these came in typical ways, like how to tie your shoes or how to ride a bike, while others were more unconventional, like the rules of comedy. Rule one (and to be honest, I’m not sure we ever got past this rule) was timing […]

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Seven Sins of IT: Shaky Standards

When your business was started, standards were established. These standards may have been regarding your core values, customer experience, employee expectations, and the list goes on. When technology was introduced into your company, standards for that were likely set as well. Are these standards being upheld? Are they updated? Are they even established? Here’s the […]

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Seven Sins of IT: Missing Metrics

As a business leader, you know the importance of metrics. The flowery stuff doesn’t matter: show me the numbers. Show me the impact this will have on my business. If you can’t back up what you’re proposing with cold, hard stats, I’m not interested. Sound familiar? Here’s the thing: stats can be flowery, too. There […]

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Seven Sins of IT: Subpar Scheduling

Once your IT is set up, what happens next? Is there talk of scheduling another visit, or does your IT service provider leave your parking lot, never to be heard from again? Is that the level of service you’re wanting from your technology provider? If your provider is only interested in selling you technology solutions, […]

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Hospital Hackers

If there’s one thing for sure, it’s this: Hackers have no boundaries. When many of us think of hacking, we think of spying on webpages, stealing personal data, and spending incredible amounts of money on our bank accounts. As we know, though, hackers are targeting companies with huge databases to get the information they desire. […]

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