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Why We All Can Be, and Need to Be, a Social Superman

SocialSweetSpot
Let’s reach for the stars as Social Supermen. Let’s choose to achieve the “ultimate peak of perfect development” defined for humans by the race of Supermen from Krypton; Let’s not chose the depths of destruction defined by the Supervillians…or the Social Superbullies.
Why We All Can Be, and Need to Be, a Social Superman

Web Security: Are You Savvy?

3Hhoopla
We are all out there: surfing, posting, responding, blogging and purchasing all on our very own personal computers. Our computers are an extension of ourselves and as a result we are lulled into believing or feeling that we are all safe – that Web security doesn’t apply to us. Think about this, the last time you went online shopping, surfing, researching or downloading information onto your computer did you even stop to think about the potential risk you had exposed yourself to?
Web Security: Are You Savvy?

The Future of Business Is Wearable Tech

Rick Delgado
While wearable tech introduces new security concerns, that shouldn’t stop organizations from considering these devices. Research the benefits and incorporate the ones that make sense. Work closely with IT in order to build security solutions, allowing you to gain the productivity of new technology without compromising your data in the process.
The Future of Business Is Wearable Tech

Five 2015 Digital Marketing Trends for Your Consideration

markwschaefer
It’s a popular time to look into the crystal ball for the next year and make a few predictions. It is also what I love to do most: think about what’s next! Here are some potential digital marketing trends for 2015 that have my wheels turning.
Five 2015 Digital Marketing Trends for Your Consideration

BYOD 101: A Quick Look at the Risks and Rewards

Rick Delgado
Mobile device management solutions will provide IT with a way to minimize risk. IT will be able to lock down device functionality, limit access, guard against security breaches, and protect critical data. Companies will be able to put BYOD to work for them and manage users effectively.
BYOD 101: A Quick Look at the Risks and Rewards

Are You Kidding Me, Facebook? Oh, You Got It Right

TamaraDull
We know marketers are working hard with advertising platforms, such as Google and Facebook, to make sure we’re seeing the “right” ad at the “right” time. Do they always get it right, though? Here’s an entertaining story about a colleague’s run-in with one of Facebook’s ads.
Are You Kidding Me, Facebook? Oh, You Got It Right

Taking the First Steps Towards Internet Anonymity with Facebook Rooms

Eric Haskell
Facebook Rooms, the new introduction from Facebook, is taking anonymity a step forward. This invitation-based chatroom allows users to start conversations in a private manner, if necessary. Besides, the users don’t need to divulge their own identity, which is a new thing to Facebook.
Taking the First Steps Towards Internet Anonymity with Facebook Rooms

Essential Social Media Security Tips For Business

Rick Delgado
Allowing access doesn’t mean you have to grant permission to every social site. There are many social sites less secure than others. Help your employees not only understand which sites are disallowed, but why. If employees understand the reasoning, they are far more likely to follow proper guidelines.
Essential Social Media Security Tips For Business

Be Mindful of What You Post on Social Media: What Goes Online Stays Online! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Irfan Ahmad
Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Instagram - nowadays it seems there are too many social networking sites to keep track of. But do you know that the small components of your online activity can be pieced together to build a larger, more invasive profile?
Be Mindful of What You Post on Social Media: What Goes Online Stays Online! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Your Employees Are Your Biggest Security Threat

Rick Delgado
The first step to avoiding major problems is to know what the problems may be. This is not always easy, but asking questions could help you avoid the most common mistakes. More companies are becoming aware of the role they have in educating their employees in the BYOD program.
Your Employees Are Your Biggest Security Threat