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New changes in crypto

Cryptocurrencies may have started as something only for techies or people trying to skirt government regulations. Still, now crypto is increasingly useful both for spenders and for investors. For a while, it seemed that governments were waiting for the cryptocurrency...

When do biometrics fail?

Biometric security used to be something we saw in movies and dismissed as something for the distant future. Biometrics is no longer exclusive to spy movie bunkers; they are in everyday devices like cell phones. Security features based on unique characteristics seem...

Red flags for a merger

Joining your business with another can help you both achieve new levels of success or simply to remain afloat during a difficult time. When two business entities decide to join together, it can help both business owners make a significant shift. If you are considering...

Should my employees sign an NDA?

Your employees can be a tremendous asset. Without your staff, you may not be able to reach as many clients trying to work on your own. Employees can also be an incredible risk. Although many employees might be well-intentioned and unaware of the consequences, a member...

Should I “friend” employees on social media?

Often, employers want employees to have the impression that they care about them. Caring for employees can come in degrees for different workplaces and bosses. You may think that the easiest way to show your employees that you care is by following them or “friending”...