Source: bpi.org / Tom Grandy
Like all things in life, if something isn't working there is usually a reason for it. I can't begin to tell you how many times I have been asked the following question, "Tom, the company is growing and sales are up, but rather than making a lot of money we seem to be going farther into debt each month. What is going on?" After working with contractors for the past 27+ years, there are certain things I look for.
As a small business owner, you know that being forced to close your doors, even for a day, is a costly setback. Typically, it’s often the seemingly isolated incident, not the mega-disaster, that causes power outages and the interconnected fallout affecting your clients, employees, and your bottom line.
This October, America will take a major step to mitigate fraud and improve our financial security by migrating away from outdated credit and debit cards that transmit sensitive customer data using magnetic stripes. In 2015, it should not surprise us that a system using essentially the same technology as cassette tapes is especially vulnerable