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The headlines are full of data breach attacks — millions of credit card numbers stolen, health care information hacked — all of it feeding the thriving cyber-crime economy. More often than not, the bad actors...
Section 8 of the United States Constitution authorizes Congress to “promote the progress of science and the useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective...
Any good marketing department can tell you that easy-to-understand contest mechanics are the working engine of an effective online contest. Recently, we have noticed a concerning trend online: Businesses often try to do too...
This year promises to be a big year for health care reform. The controversial employer mandate, delayed one year for larger firms, took effect on January 1. The IRS announced transition rules for those employers to ease the...
The “Bring Your Own Device” to work movement, or BYOD, has drastically changed today’s workplace. In a recent study, Cisco Systems found that 95 percent of the 600 companies surveyed permitted the use of...