Best practices

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7 Essential tips to safeguard your healthcare practice from cyber attacks 

The Healthcare industry is increasingly becoming the favorite target of cybercriminals. A recent study found that 95 percent of all identity theft can be traced back to patient health record loss. Protected health information (PHI) has become worth more than credit card information on the black market.

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Don’t Let Online Banking Leave Your Data Vulnerable

In today’s financially driven world, financial technology—aka “fintech”— allows people to manage their finances without stepping into a bank. A Bank of America study found that 62 percent of people now use digital banking. Here are a few ways to keep yourself safe while using mobile banking apps. Unfortunately, data theft is a concern. But … Continue reading “Don’t Let Online Banking Leave Your Data Vulnerable”

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You Need to Plan for the Worst and Hope for the Best

Hope plays a big part when an entrepreneur decides to start a business. But entrepreneurial optimism usually doesn’t forecast the possibility of a global pandemic. Don’t let an unforeseen calamity torpedo your organization’s operational prowess. Instead, make hope integral to creating a business continuity plan. Don’t abandon hope; use readiness as part of your entrepreneurial … Continue reading “You Need to Plan for the Worst and Hope for the Best”

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Addressing the Toughest Challenge in Remote Conferencing

In the current Coronavirus climate, video conferencing is more crucial than ever. But while readily accessible, video conferencing poses a major challenge compared to face-to-face meetings. Do you know what it is? The Biggest Challenge in Video Conferencing Video conferencing is susceptible to network latency, or lag—the time (expressed in milliseconds) for data to travel … Continue reading “Addressing the Toughest Challenge in Remote Conferencing”

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Common Questions for Working Remotely

The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed the world down for some time, shutting down nonessential businesses until conditions are controlled well enough for their employees to return to work. In the interim, many businesses have largely shifted to remote operations in as many processes as they can. Many still have questions about remote operations, so we’ve … Continue reading “Common Questions for Working Remotely”