Stress—we all experience different levels of it. Some more than others. As entrepreneurs and small business owners, we have the benefit of feeling our own type of stress. Not that it is more or less than anyone else, but different factors can play into our levels of anxiety and pressure. Sure, we’re our own boss,...Read More
The United Nations Security Council released information that cybercrime is up 600% since the pandemic began. Healthcare facilities and organizations have been at the top of the list globally, as targets of these attacks. Why? When I first got into the workplace technology business in the late 1990s, a company called Polycom released a new video conferencing product...Read More
50 years ago this April, three astronauts traveling through space on their way to the moon had a problem. A big problem. It took a huge team on the ground in Houston Command, support personal from all over the country, and a nation praying for their safe return to solve the problem. Simply put, their...Read More
The workplace and workforce have been dramatically altered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Telework, home offices and the technologies that allow these environments to operate have been around for years. The pandemic has just rapidly pushed these environments and technologies into the forefront. Overnight, companies like Zoom have gone from just another video...Read More
Put on your shades and embrace the bright future of today! Back in my early days as a young technology salesperson, (I sold copiers and fax machines now called multifunctional digital output devices) I attended my first ESOP shareholders meeting at Marco business products! The CEO and co-founder, Gary Marsden, and his management team strutted...Read More
Today, May 1st, 2020, I am in the midst of the third major economic downturn, (recession, collapse, retreat, bear market, whatever you would like to call it) in my entrepreneurial career. The Dot.Com bust in 2001 launched my first successful business endeavor. (My wife often reminds me of the many attempts previously.) I didn’t know...Read More
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