How to Prepare your Small Business for Cyber Monday

November has officially arrived, which means the department store music is no longer out of place as the holiday's are officially upon us. Along with the festive season, comes a twenty first century adaption-...

Fighting the Fall Back Fallout: Time Management Tips for the End of Daylight Savings

November 4th―save the date. No, not because it’s Matthew McConaughey’s birthday... this year, Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends on Sunday, November 4th at precisely 2:00am. This ritual setting-back of our clocks can be like its...

How Cloud Storage Can Help Your Small Business In A Disaster

As the news reminds us everyday, disaster can strike at any time and without warning. From fire or flood all the way to a zombie apocalypse, a disaster can take out your business. However,...

How to Prepare your Small Business for Global Expansion

So, you’re considering expanding your business internationally? Global expansion can open the door to a host of benefits. You could gain a competitive advantage, create opportunities for growth and diversification, and access new talent...

What Labor Day Teaches You About Employee Appreciation

On Monday, September 3rd, the United States celebrated Labor Day. Although everyone enjoys the holiday for their own particular reason—a day off work, a barbecue in the park, the final day of the year...

How Working From Home Can Make your Small Business More Efficient

In a recent State of the American Workplace report (GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com) it was revealed that 43% of employees spent at least part of the week working from home. Advances in technology have made this possible...

Three Key Steps to Preparing a Disaster Recovery Plan For Your Small Business

June marks the beginning of hurricane season in the Atlantic, which means that many Americans are facing dangerous storm conditions, evacuations, and potentially devastating property damage. Aside from the usual worries regarding family safety...

Online Sales Tax Exposed: What Amazon’s Decision Means for E-Businesses

As sales tax revenues continue to downward spiral, the online sales community is destined to become a piggy bank for the government. A recent decision by Amazon triggered what could be a nationwide wave...