The media has tended to focus on the benefits of flexible work models as they relate to employees, but what’s becoming more apparent as we progress into the third year of the pandemic is that remote, hybrid, and hub-and-spoke work models can have genuine benefits for employers as well.
So what exactly is the Blockchain, anyway? What can it do, and why don’t people trust it? We’ll tackle these questions and a few more…hopefully without too many 90s pop culture references.
From a cyber security perspective, we have no idea whether a particular QR code is safe to use or if it possibly has some type of malicious software embedded in it. Here are recommendations on how to safely and securely use QR codes.
As the pandemic continues to evolve, many students are choosing to take a gap year, attend college part-time, or stay closer to home. To combat the threat of declining enrollment, we recommend that colleges and universities do the following.
Entrepreneurs are all motivated differently, some through positive reinforcement or, in my case, by people telling me I can’t do something. Regardless of what inspires you, it starts with belief in yourself, and here are three ways you can build that belief.
In the last 20 years, a fair amount has been said about “big data” and how to approach it; however, what to honestly do with it and how to make it actionable is somewhat unclear. It follows a high-level – and transparent – roadmap on treating your data and making it work for you. There are five stages in turning data into actions…