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Confidential Data Leak: 90% Say It’s Happened to Them

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This post on Law Technology Today is confirming the concerns that we have on data security.   Sometimes you are unable to control this from happening, but take a moment to read what follow anyway. If your small law firm had ...

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5 Tips for Becoming a Better Listener

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This post on Intuit QuickBooks is from last year, however I think we can all agree that brushing up on our listening skills is a continuing process and practice makes perfect. Successful entrepreneurs can profit as much from ...

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In the Trenches: Managing Passwords

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Something we all do not like to deal with, but this blog from Intuit QuickBooks by Brett Snyder may be helpful. I can think of few things that are more frustrating than passwords. We need them for just about everything, and ...

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Cloud v. On-Premise Security

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This post from Law Technology Today provides an interesting perspective on cyber-security. Pop quiz! Of the following attacks, which of them breached cloud systems and which of them successfully accessed on-premise systems? ...

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Best practices: third-party vendor contracts

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This Blog from Healthcare IT News, by Erin McCann, takes an approach that is a little bit different. There’s a right way to manage third-party risks and vendor contracting, and there’s the wrong way. And, too ...

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7 Questions of Highly Effective Networkers

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For those of us that might be a bit challenged when trying to connect at your a-typical networking event, here is a list of questions from Law Technology Today’s blog, that may help you out. Whether you’re a lawyer, ...

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How to Search Outside the Lines

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Interesting post and a good read by Lynne M. Geyser  on Law Technology Today’s Blog. Everyone has learned to think outside the box, but you need to learn to search outside the lines. Ordinary legal research works ...

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The True Costs of a Bad Hire

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From Intuit Quick Book’s -Megan Sullivan In a perfect world, employers would be able to hire people based on their merits alone and never have to worry about the repercussions of a potentially bad hire. However, since ...

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Tips for Keeping Your Small Business Data Safe in 2015

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It’s always good to be reminded about data security for your small business.   Take a moment to read this article from Intuit Quick Books, by April Maguire. You’ve probably heard about the recent Sony Pictures ...

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5 Myths About Sales: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Become Better at Selling

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Laura McCamy‘s article in Intuit QuickBooks is a good read. “Everybody is a salesperson,” says Martin Limbeck, a keynote speaker, sales trainer, and bestselling author in Germany, whose book NO is Short for Next ...

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