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Give Yourself A Cloud Safety Net

By Editor, published on Dec 9, 2016

When cloud tech first made its debut in the world of business, many people were scared off by the security risks, and decided to stick with their in-house, physical servers. As cloud security has become more sophisticated, these concerns have begun to die down. However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be thinking about security when it comes to using the cloud! Here are some of my best tips for creating a cloud safety net for yourself.

Read the User Agreements

All of us have been prompted with a massive column of text at some point that we didn’t want to read, and all of... (more)


Top Reason Why You Need to Encrypt PDF Files

By Editor, published on Dec 6, 2016

PDF files are the most popular type of files used in an office setting and there is every possibility that it could contain some very confidential information, business secrets and things are should not be shared, printed or edited by an unauthorized persons. The encrypt PDF function comes in handy to solve this problem. This function will help you encrypt PDF files in order to prevent unauthorized editing, printing and sharing of these documents.

Ways to Encrypt PDF

Encrypting PDF files can be done in several ways but there are three most recommended ways to do it, let... (more)


Could You Be Using Your Spare Time More Effectively?

By Editor, published on Dec 5, 2016

Time. It’s something we don’t seem to have enough of, but yet many of us still get time to watch television or enjoy pastimes and hobbies. So could we be using this time more effectively? The answer is yes we could. Let’s face it, at this point of the year especially there is much focus on our current financial situations. With gifts to buy, a festive feast to cater for, more money is being spent than would normally be and some of us can suffer the consequences. That might be increasing debt because more stuff is going on the credit card, or just getting ourselves into a bit of a financial... (more)


Simple Ways To Create More Time To Work On Your Business

By Editor, published on Dec 5, 2016

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Some days it seems as though everyone is busy. We come to work early, work through our lunches and stay late, but our to-do list never diminishes. Just as soon as we’ve ticked off action points, several more take their place. This can be a problem for entrepreneurs and business owners, as it prevents them from moving the business forward. However, there are several steps you can take to work more efficiently and create time in your schedule.

Cut Travel Time

A recent survey revealed that efficiency is one of the main concerns for business owners. When... (more)


5 ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Fraud

By Editor, published on Dec 4, 2016

Most people nowadays are accustomed to having unlimited digital access to information 24/7 - 365 days a year. We live our lives both in the real world and in the virtual word simultaneously. Loading onto the world wide web, as much personal information as we need to help our daily activities run smoothly.

But at what cost? Relying on the probability that “everyone does it, so it must be safe” isn’t a viable option. Although most of us are harmlessly going about our business online, reading the latest news, looking up new restaurants nearby our area, using social media to connect or... (more)


How to Approach the International Trade Business

By Editor, published on Dec 1, 2016

Ever wondered how your supplies and equipment gets shipped over from the other side of the world? It’s most likely a combination of land, air or sea logistics. Sometimes your orders will be shipped over in a large freight container, other times they’ll travel through the air in a cargo plane, and the final journey is most likely done with a truck or van.

The combination of land, air and sea make up most of the international trades we deal with today. It’s a lucrative business with the potential to work for some big brand companies. After all, not every business is large enough to have... (more)


Work On The Road? Don't Get Stuck!

By Editor, published on Dec 1, 2016

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Many of the world's biggest industries are based around one thing; transport. With all of the technology we have, there isn’t any other way to travel from A to B. We have to use some sort of vehicle. A lot of people don’t own their own vehicles, though. So, they rely on other forms of transport to get around.

This is where your business comes in. If you make money from getting people around, then you’re a part of this massive industry. This means that you have a lot of responsibilities. Even if you're a small business or self-employed, you still have to... (more)


The Boss's Manifesto: How To Lead The Best Team You Can

By Editor, published on Nov 30, 2016

Being a boss isn’t easy. Nor should it be. It shouldn’t be a job that goes to just anyone. Competence is important, but it’s only the beginning of being an effective leader. Whether you’re an employer or a manager, you are going to have to play a lot of roles and juggle a lot of balls. Here, we’ll look at how you manage all those different duties more effectively and efficiently. We’ll look at not only how you shape your management style, but your employees and the entire business itself.


Lighting the beacon

At the top of the pyramid, one of the most important... (more)


Investing In the Forex Market: Things to Know

By Editor, published on Nov 30, 2016

If you are a retail trader in stock market, there is nothing wrong when you considered the forex market to be a tougher terrain to trail on. But ever since the online trading has become popular, people from all parts of the world are showing huge interest in trading in the currencies. If you are novice in this field and want to learn more about the forex market before you start investing, check out some of the important aspects that are discussed below.

Forex Market in comparison to the other variables of the stock market

The trading in the money market is not done through any... (more)


Could Greyhound Racing Enjoy a Renaissance?

By Editor, published on Nov 30, 2016

Few sports have had such a challenging existence as that of greyhound racing. But despite criticisms over the mistreatment of animals and dwindling racetrack attendances, it seems that greyhound racing could be having something of a revival in recent years.

This comes in the face of many governments and institutions making the controversial decision to ban the sport in many areas. Despite greyhound racing having been in existence for well over 100 years, public perceptions surrounding the sport have failed to catch up to many initiatives that have sought to make the sport much... (more)


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