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Third Party Risk & Governance Management

By jhonsonjohn7590, published on Feb 26, 2019

As a responsible business, protecting the company and its clients is essential at all times. However, it’s not only the direct relationship between the organization and the end user that needs to be considered. Third party risks can be equally damaging to the future of the venture, which is why they require your full attention. Immediately

Automated services like Symfact make the process easier than ever. Let’s take a look at why you need to incorporate it into your business strategy.

Why Is Third Party Risk & Governance Management Needed?

Given that... (more)


Max Polyakov on the Role of New Technologies for Business Development

By jhonsonjohn7590, published on Mar 9, 2018

As indispensable parts of our lives, modern technologies continue to develop quickly. Although plenty of different kinds of software exist, most of them are quite similar. This means that new technologies usually don’t go beyond existing solutions. Take for example online accounting software. Accountants are drifting online with the help of these software however there is not much difference between each online accounting software available.

Max Polyakov, the managing partner of Noosphere Ventures, believes that new technologies involved in various means of communication,... (more)


Reasons for An Involuntary Urine Leak

By jhonsonjohn7590, published on Sep 27, 2017

Women tend to experience loss of urine which happens involuntarily. Some women may just lose a few drops of urine when they run or cough. Others may feel an urge to urinate but leak a large amount of urine before they realise. There are others who have both the symptoms. This loss of urine which is not under one’s control is called urinary incontinence (UI).

The urine incontinence occurs because of a problem with the nerves and the muscles that hold or releases the urine. The bladder stores the urine water and the wastes that have been removed by the kidney. The bladder is connected... (more)


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