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Google Chrome to Warn Users When Visiting Unsecure HTTP Websites

Google is rolling out more than version 68 of its Chrome web browser on July 24. This also marks the end of the road for HTTP sites (sort of). In an effort to encourage website owners to move over to HTTPS and obtain a valid TLS certificate, Google Chrome will display the words “Not secure” [...]

5 Suggestions for Resolving Conflicts at Work

This article was originally published at the International Association of Women’s website.  To learn more about this organization and its mission to empower women in business click here. The workplace is comprised of a wide variety of different talents, skills, ideas, and tenets. This diversity is celebrated, even embraced; each individual brings something unique to [...]

Social Media Tips for Your Small Business

“It’s no longer a question of “if” you should get on social media, but instead “what” social media you should focus on.” – Amy Dalcanton, Marketing Specialist at Unlimited | Sotheby’s International Realty. Today, our world is hooked on the idea of social media. The ability to explore virtually anything at any time has allowed [...]

Small Business Week 2018: 13 Types of Insurance Your Small Business Needs

With Small Business Week upon us, it’s important to look at protecting your business and livelihood. While insurance can be stressful to think about and expensive to purchase, this is nothing compared to what you will have to deal with should your business be damaged, robbed, or worse, sued. Without proper coverage in place you [...]

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Modernizing Your Payment Processing System

As your business prospers, it’s important to stay on top of current trends and technologies that are relevant to your business including the solutions you use to transact payments. Here are a few things to think about as you bring your payments capabilities into the modern age. Consumers have more options than ever to pay. [...]

New State Wage Rates in 2017

The minimum wage saw an increase in a number of states at the start of 2017. Unless otherwise noted, the following minimum wage rates (per hour) went into effect on January 1, 2017: Alaska: $9.80 Arizona: $10.00 Arkansas: $8.50 for employers with 4 or more employees California: $10.50 for employers with 26 or more employees (for smaller employers, [...]

The Day The Internet Stood Still

It’s almost 2017 and, today, even toasters are connected to the internet. We call it IOT – or “internet of things” – and, in case you haven’t heard, it’s the latest technology wave to hit consumer electronics. Cisco estimates that by 2020, there could be anywhere from 50 to 200 billion internet-connected devices in use. [...]

Visa Tackles the Biggest EMV Issue

EMV has rolled out to stores and credit card terminals around the world. It’s the new standard for secure transactions, and people are encouraged to use their chip-enabled cards whenever they have the option. One of the major complaints about EMV (it may be the only complaint, really) is how long it takes to run [...]