Tag: Computing

High-End Home Builds: Owner’s Rep or Technology Consultant?

There is a growing chasm between homeowners and the construction process, whether it’s a renovation or ground-up build.  The void is technology.  Overcomplicated or oversimplified, it doesn’t take long to see why it can cause issues for the builders and designers, as well as the owners. Past experiences with home technology can sometimes bring up […]

Written by on April 2020

Cybersecurity 101: Identify the Risks – Part One

The first place to begin with understanding cybersecurity and how it affects your business does not involve any technological expertise.  Security vendors and products exist by the hundred lauding protection and to a certain degree play on fear-mongering.  That is not to say they are wrong about risks, but the risks might not apply to […]

Written by on April 2020

Cybersecurity 101: Foundation

Cybersecurity has become a household term yet remains mysterious in its meaning. Most initial reactions stem from movies and television, some hooded hackers with complex jargon dancing across screens. Maybe some have read about breaches happening all over the world performed by nation-states or groups with comical names. The reality is that cybersecurity is applicable […]

Written by on March 2020

Technology in Business for 2020 and Beyond

Each passing decade pushes technology higher up on the food chain within businesses large and small. Traditionally speaking, the end-users are coined as consumers. We consume pieces of technology to do our jobs and run our companies whether a physical machine, piece of software or online service. The varying dependence on these should one go […]

Written by on March 2020