Adults should be responsible for managing their finances, regardless of the generation they belong to. Whether they are employed or running their own business, they need to know how to budget their money to avoid financial difficulties in the future. [Read more…]
My Business does not deal with computers.
I don’t really need Cyber Insurance?
I am the only person in my business who even uses a computer.
I don’t face that much risk?
I might need Cyber Insurance, but what kind and how much?
Do any of these statements sound familiar? If they do, than you definitely do need Cyber Insurance. The term Cyber Insurance is used pretty generally because the risks associated with cyber security are so young and they are changing very rapidly. Business owners and insurance companies are still having trouble determining who is at risk and how much do they face. Just because this is a new type of insurance coverage does not diminish the importance it can have for your business. [Read more…]
Today more and more businesses are eager to take advantage of remote workers to reap the financial benefits. The problem with the concept of having traditional 9-5 offices set up remotely is a lack of information on how to handle operations for this scope of work. Today, we will go over some tips to show you how to transition over your business so you can have remote employees and how remote workers can increase business profits. [Read more…]
Business has become more and more energetic, so much so that many have to work on the go. This is where many rely heavily on mobile devices. Many businesses will give phones to employees so they can liaise with the office as and when required. The mobile devices can also be used to view data that is held in the cloud.
As much as it’s convenient to have data with you while mobile, it is vital that the devices are kept secure. Many think it’s only laptops and desktops that are open to attack, but the same can now be said for mobile devices.
Online hackers will always look for new ways to gain access to a user’s data. This can be as simple as losing the phone, or a rogue app being installed that collects data in the background. [Read more…]
Back in 2008, some experts predicted that mobile Internet usage would overtake desktop usage by 2015. Well, it’s now 2015, and while mobile hasn’t quite staged the takeover that was expected, it’s certainly made leaps and bounds. In fact, several studies have confirmed that about 50 percent of all web searches take place on mobile devices, and the numbers continue to grow.
What’s even more interesting, though, is that while more consumers are using their smartphones and tablets to search the web, the real engagement still comes on desktop devices. Users spend about three times longer on sites when they are on their computers rather than mobile devices, and when it comes to conversions, mobile still has some catching up to do. The fact is, many websites simply aren’t properly set up for mobile, and are thus missing traffic and conversions.
Reclaiming that traffic requires not only more attention to responsive design, but also adjusting SEO strategy to better capture mobile traffic. It’s no longer adequate to think of “SEO” as a single umbrella that covers both your desktop and mobile sites. Mobile SEO requires its own strategy — and an understanding of the nuances that require a different approach for each. [Read more…]