The healthcare industry continues to be a target for increasingly clever cybercriminals looking for ways to make inroads into large amounts of sensitive data quickly.
Current research estimates that there will be around 76 million vehicles in the United States by 2021 — putting the automotive repair industry in an advantageous position as we move into the new year.
In that same year, it is predicted that at least 18% of all U.S. households will depend upon an auto repair service yearly, if not more often, to keep their vehicles in good working order.
While many people have turned to home fitness during the COVID-19 lockdown period, gyms and fitness centers are reopening across the country, bringing the convenience of classes and high-tech workouts back to the table.
Health and fitness represent a $34 billion industry, and nearly 20% of Americans carry a membership to some sort of fitness venue.
Well, 2020 is almost over and it’s been an incredibly trying and long year for just about everyone. The COVID-19 coronavirus has transformed the landscape of business everywhere. If you run a small business, you may have been impacted especially hard.
Plumbers, electricians, contractors, and other trades can benefit immensely through the power of document management technology.
When you are on a tight deadline for an advertising campaign, you don’t want to be stopped by a technology challenge. Marketing firms are under a lot of pressure to perform and meet multiple deadlines at once. Social media means that marketing never stops, day or night. But without the right technology support, a marketing firm can be left in the lurch if something goes wrong.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the country into economic turmoil, changing the way we work, live, and play.
The manufacturing industry is very vulnerable to hacking, and businesses often don’t realize how at risk they really are. This false sense of security can be especially true of manufacturing businesses that don’t collect a lot of customer data and thus assume they don’t need to worry about cybersecurity too much. But data security goes beyond just protecting customer data and includes major cybersecurity problems such as intellectual property theft.
The field of compliance emerged in the 1990s to encourage self-regulation and better corporate practices.
Entwined with a legal and ethical framework, compliance guidelines have grown from structural incentives to wide-ranging legal implications for a number of industries — from healthcare and education to the practice of law.