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  • Big Data, Big Impact. How Big Data Analytics Influences Supply Chains By Rocky Osborn
    Some 40 years ago, supply chains were domestic or local, and they presented a pretty simple process. The globalization paired with the technological boom added new moving parts to supply chains, making them complex. Ultimately, big data as a user-friendly and significant asset arrived to change supply chains once and for all. But what was […]
  • Data is the New Currency. Don’t Let It Slip Through Your Fingers By Peter Daisyme
    Flashy modern developments like cryptocurrency, blockchain, and the IoT have been billed as the currencies of the future. When you break it down, though, there is one digitally-driven area of business that has been operating as the “new oil” of the tech era for far longer: data. Data has taken the world by storm in […]
  • Convenience is King: How Digital Pandemic Solutions Reshaped the QSR Industry for Good By Madeleine Wilson
    Over the last year, we’ve published a lot of material about how the COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the way in which customers interact with brands. The Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) industry saw a huge shift in customer behavior and demands. As we start to reopen the world, there’s endless chatter about going “back to […]
  • These 7 Once-Successful Workplace Technologies Are Obsolete Today! Some May Surprise You By Chintan Jain
    It’s not just fax machines that have gone the way of the dinosaur. Increased efficiency and decreased price have resulted in rapid shifts in workplace technology over the past decade. Tools that were at the cutting edge just a few years ago have now been replaced by faster, more user-friendly options. What’s more, employees expect […]
  • Overcoming the Adverse Effects on Ads with Apple’s Latest iOS Update By Liz Papagni
    If marketers have been paying attention, then we know that Apple has been passionate about disrupting ad tracking for a while now. Since 2018, their browser, Safari, has offered considerable privacy options for users. With their latest iOS 14.5 update, however, Apple has really stirred up a storm. Of course, consumers in general are fine […]
  • What Does Ransomware Mean For Your Business? By Sergio Fetter
    For small business owners, the internet has made things a lot easier. In some cases, it is the very heart of the company. Unfortunately, along with the convenience, the world wide web also brings many vulnerabilities. While cyberattacks in larger corporations dominate the news, small businesses are the biggest target. Just a few weeks ago, […]
  • The Challenges of PPC Tracking and Attribution After iOS 14.5 By Mike Johnson
    In April 2021, Apple announced the release of iOS 14.5 and the company’s latest move to give users more control over their data. A new feature called App Tracking Transparency (ATT) requires mobile apps to ask users’ permission for tracking their activity as they use other applications – a technique called cross-app tracking that advertisers […]
  • Top 10 Reasons Why an Antivirus Is Important By Andrew Lopez
    The Importance Of An Antivirus Why do many managed IT service providers place so much emphasis on security? Let’s illustrate with a story. The day begins with you rolling over to your phone to check email. After a shower, breakfast and coffee, and some light workouts, the work day begins. Working from home cuts commute […]
  • Capabilities of Cloud Supply Chain and Logistics By Rocky Osborn
    Back in the day, most supply chains had their strategies built around a more or less stable business environment. While tackling ongoing challenges, the managers had their eyes on cost-effectiveness by introducing lean approaches, establishing cheap local manufacturing, optimizing inventories and supplier base. With the advent of the digitalization era, the business began to revolve […]
  • FBI Recovers Colonial Bitcoin Payment By Ty Mezquita
    In May of 2021, the United States’ largest pipeline, Colonial Pipeline, halted operations due to a ransomware attack. At the time, Colonial Pipeline carried 45% of the fuel used on the U.S. East Coast, running from Texas to the New York Bay Area. The attack was carried out by a Russian-based hacking group known as […]

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