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  • AI is fueling the spread of misinformation. Here’s how to avoid falling…

    Katie Serrano Science & Technology

    You already know to be wary of what you see and read online, but here are tips to help you spot AI-generated content and prevent the spread of misinformation.

  • Technology in retail: How innovative tech empowers SMBs

    Katherine Radin Science & Technology

    Learn more about the advantages of innovative technology in retail and how it can be used to level the playing field for SMBs.

  • 7 ways to balance your work-from-home routine

    Acacia Munoz Science & Technology

    Successful work-from-home routines require boundaries to create a sustainable situation and help maintain a healthy work-life balance. Here are seven steps to follow to reset your work-life balance and set your own routine while working remotely

  • Infographic: Reselling leads to a sustainable future

    Brian Wallace Science & Technology

    Reselling items has another benefit other than personal profit that is sparking a lot of movement — promoting sustainability. People who resell have all sorts of niches that help our planet in different ways — from salvaging parts to repair appliances which in turn keep those parts from ending up in landfills to working on refurbishing tech so that new, harmful tech isn't created. When buyers, sellers, and companies all begin working together and commit to a sustainable future we can start to make a real difference in helping our world.

  • Infographic: The science of analytics

    Brian Wallace Science & Technology

    Many marketing people favor the creative side of their minds over their analytical side. If you're a creative type and go off instinct, you might be leaving a lot of good information (and revenue) on the table. It's time to embrace the science of analytics.

  • Trends expected to accelerate in the biopharma industry

    Jane Marsh Science & Technology

    ​As eco-consumerism rises, individuals call for higher sustainability standards in the medical industry. Research and development are booming, and in the process, are generating surface-level and atmospheric waste. Fortunately, environmental researchers are developing sustainable procedures for biopharma companies to follow. Various trends are rising in the industry, decreasing the ecological degradation associated with production and distribution.

  • Infographic: Could STIR/SHAKEN regulations help make spam calls the exception?

    Brian Wallace Science & Technology

    One of the ways spammers appear more convincing is through call spoofing. By spoofing real numbers that look valid, spammers have caused a decreased trust of all unknown phone numbers. This ultimately hurts valid businesses who are attempting to connect with consumers. Fortunately, lawmakers are working to address the problem through STIR/SHAKEN regulations.

  • Securing your systems for long-term hybrid work

    Mark B. Cooper Science & Technology

    When widespread shutdowns forced an overnight shift to remote work, financial services companies made rapid-fire adjustments to their tech stacks to keep teams up and running. Many of these changes, however, were designed to be temporary. More than a year later, as offices reopen and many organizations adopt long-term hybrid work models, companies should act now to assess the changes they made—and ensure that their software and systems are secure today and into the future.

  • Returning to in-person governance

    Robert C. Harris Science & Technology

    Associations adapted their governance processes during the pandemic. Moving from in-person to online board meetings were significant changes that proved to be effective. However, resistance occurred. Some boards postponed important business, preferring to wait for in-person meetings. A few directors were described as leery of online meetings, believing that the important work had to be conducted face-to-face. In-person meetings are resuming. Directors are assembling inside the boardroom, picking up where they left off. For directors returning to the boardroom, remember these fundamentals to improve results.

  • 8 questions every aspiring business owner must ask

    Patrick Burke Science & Technology

    Do you have what it takes to own a business? Your first answer might be that it depends on the market, but that's only part of the story. So is thinking it depends on your product. The bottom line is it depends on you. If you don’t focus on your own drive, abilities, and tolerance for stress and uncertainty, you’re missing a key part of the equation. And if you start a business without really finding out if you should, you’re making a grave mistake. Say you've got a great idea. You've got a niche service. You've done the research and there’s space for you to grow a company. Before you start looking for a storefront, look in the mirror — by asking these eight simple but vital questions of yourself.

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