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In April, 2015, The SEC issued cybersecurity guidelines for money managers and investment advisers. These guidelines provided best practices for mitigating information leakage risks and improving data security. Too often many smaller investment houses may not have knowlegeable staff to implement these SEC best practices.
New requirements for merchants will cause a significant shift in business liability for certain types of credit card fraud. But many business owners are not ready and even more have not heard about this change in payment processing.
Businesses rely on information technology to improve productivity, share information and reduce the time it takes to communicate. Despite how important information technology is to their success many small businesses tend to manage it poorly. For the most part this has to do with the depth of expertise and investment of time that is necessary to ensure that software, hardware, networks and telephony are maintained to promote maximum stability and security.
Every small business in Arlington, Virginia relies off of technology to enhance productivity, but that gain can quickly be wiped away in the event of an unforeseen disaster. Such an event could wipe out an unprepared company due to the loss of time and inability to perform critical business functions. Here are five critical tips to help ensure your Arlington, Virginia small business survives the most common disasters.
Now that Linux is no longer a new word in the small business vocabulary it’s time to consider where it may fit in to your company. Running a small business has a lot to do with managing resources efficiently and enhancing productivity wherever possible. Open source software can help.
Open source software has been around for decades, but the modern open source movement has completely changed the software landscape. It used to be that a small business seeking to run an e-mail, web, file or voice-over-IP server, let alone workstations had to pay through the nose for proprietary solutions that while often were well supported, were so cost prohibitive that the financial overhead imposed significant margin compression.