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Data safety is serious business, and several surveys published this year have shown that the biggest risk to data safety is your employees.

The notion that your employees hold your business’s security in their hands is a scary one. Fortunately, the surveys have also suggested that it is usually out of ignorance, rather than maliciousness, that employees compromise data.[…] Continue Reading »

This post is by Aaron Dignan and is a selection from “Manage Your Day-to-Day,” (Amazon Publishing, 2013), edited by Jocelyn K. Glei. Dignan is the CEO of the digital strategy firm Undercurrent, where he advises global brands and complex organizations like General Electric, American Express, Ford Motor Co., and the Cooper-Hewitt on their future in an increasingly technophilic world.[…] Continue Reading »

Websites that existed prior to the age of social media shared content through the use of newsletters that were e-mailed to listed subscribers. Although social media channels made it easier to share content, a lot of websites have been slow in integrating this technology into their legacy systems. The importance of using social media cannot be understated.[…] Continue Reading »

Networking is a critical part of blogging as you build a stronger following on social media and solicit related blogs for guest posts. However, it can be time consuming to find all of the relevant contact information you need in the midst of managing a busy to-do list, let alone knowing how to find additional blogger contacts among your social media followers.[…] Continue Reading »

I recently came across a Nielsen report on social media that has a few illuminating statistics about online engagement and shopping. It turns out that Americans spend three times as much time on social media as on e-mail. Specifically, they report that Americans spend 7.6% of their time on traditional e-mail and 23% on social networks.[…] Continue Reading »