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  • 5 Reasons Today's Executives Must Be Social Media Savvy

    Ian Thompson
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    Social media has changed the way people connect. What started as a platform for family and friends to keep in touch has evolved to become a driving force for business growth and a catalyst for social change. I jumped on the trend early with MySpace and was more than happy to trade in my profile for Facebook when it arrived in 2006.

  • 5 Tips for IoT Security Success in 2017

    Ian Thompson
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    The IoT is huge. We speak about it often and for good reason. The Internet of Things as predicted has swiftly grown to become the next industrial revolution. Nearly every new ‘thing’ brought to market for both enterprise and consumers is connected to the Internet.

  • Meet Spark Board-More Than Just a Pretty (Sur)Face

    Ashlee Kittel
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    I’ve got a confession to make. I am a Cisco Spark-aholic. I use Spark with the frequency most people use Facebook or Twitter, meaning all day everyday. Fortunately my team and many of our partners are in the same boat. Since the arrival of Cisco’s flagship collaboration service the internal workflow of our organization has transformed.

  • What Will the True Impact of the IoT Be for Business?

    Ian Thompson
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    My typical workday starts in the same manner each morning-coffee followed by breakfast and twitter. Years ago I read a short article that explained the first few hours of the workday can have a measurable impact on productivity over the following eight. Scrolling through Twitter while drinking coffee in slow, intentional intervals helps me to set the tone for a productive day.

  • 5 Best Practices For BYOD Success

    Ashlee Kittel
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    Bring-your-own-device. Four words that strike fear in the heart of security experts the world over and for good reason. Allowing employees to access company resources from their personal devices can pose serious risks for the security of an organization. Threats range from complex scenarios like a vicious malware attack designed to spy on an employee’s browser history or as simple as a phone forgotten in a cab or restaurant.