Presentations are easily among the most challenging tasks business managers and owners have to do. They have to be lively and interesting, and you have to stand in front of people whom you may or may not know. The last thing you want is to have a presentation interrupted by a personal message or update on your computer.
Each year, for the past five years, Apple has conducted an annual launch party for the iPhone. At each event a new device was introduced to much fanfare. This year’s launch happened on September 10, and turned out to be a bit different from any previous ones.
A common issue many businesses face is keeping their important files, ideas, products and information secure from prying eyes. Many small businesses would like to ensure that their intellectual property is secure, but have only a vague idea as to how to go about doing so, or about who actually owns what.
Typically August through October are months in which a greater number of natural disasters happen, in the northern hemisphere at least. In an effort to drive awareness and help businesses prepare for potential disasters FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Association) has named September as National Preparedness Month.
Let’s face it, the amount of data available to the average small to medium business owner is simply overwhelming, and will continue to grow in the coming years. There’s so much data that it can be hard to gain useful information from it. One popular method is to visualize it, but this doesn’t work well all the time.