Android smartphones provide amazing connectivity and convenience but this accessibility and customization but can come at the price of personal security. Mobile security software can provide the safeguards you need for your device and information.
Methodology for the appraisal process may change based on the asset being valued, but the end goal is always the same – establishing monetary value. Hotel valuation, a highly specialized process, is different from valuing any other cash flowing real estate as the appraiser must give consideration to four elements: land, business, improvements, and personal property. Join the Hotel Investor’s Marketplace Webcast on March 5, when Adam Cowart, MAI, Senior Appraiser and Director of Operations for Cowart Hospitality Services and HBI President Tony DeGeorge will discuss new trends emerging in hotel valuation, how hotel lending criteria has changed in recent years, and what impact this has on the valuation process.
ESET security researcher Lysa Myers reports on developments in healthcare IT system security that she observed attending the recent HIMSS conference in Orlando. Find out what is being done to better protect patient data privacy.
More and more companies are moving away from a centralized physical structure and allowing employees to work from home or remotely when traveling on business. In 2013, there were an estimated 28 million small businesses in the United States. These businesses have generated over 65% of net new jobs since 1995.
So how do small businesses or for that matter, businesses of any size, keep up with competition in the USA and internationally? One of the answers is to incorporate the concepts of a “virtual business” and employ the rapidly evolving technologies generally called cloud communications.
Some of the topics to be discussed:
- Telecommuting: The ability to have employees work from their homes or while traveling on business yet appear as if they are working from the office.
- Be Local, Act Global: The ability to expand into new markets or even countries, without having to expand your office.
- Contingency Planning: How a virtual business can become more resilient in light of natural or manmade disruptions to business.
Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, has been sold to enterprises for over 10 years. It is the defacto telephony platform technology used in today’s market. VoIP is also complex, as it is an ‘app’ that runs on the data network, and has an effect on data network design, SLAs, and throughput.
Attend this upcoming BrightTALK Webinar and learn:
-How VoIP is different than traditional digital ‘TDM’ Telephony
-Risks associated with staying with legacy TDM technology
-What is a high reliability VoIP model (as with TDM digital)
-How VoIP differs from UCC
-How VoIP affects your data network, routers, switches, and cabling environment, and what possible options are available
-Leverage VoIP for Disaster Recovery purposes
-Why Network Assessments are crucial to VoIP deployments
-What key areas VoIP can reduce your annual telecommunications costs
From this webinar. you will take away a baseline for what VoIP is, why it is a must for your enterprise, and strategies for avoiding risk with older technologies while leveraging VoIP advantages and savings.
According to Infonetics Research, the VoIP industry will grow to $76.1 billion by 2015. It is safe to say that VoIP is here to stay, making it crucial to stay up to date with the latest industry shifts to ensure easy, cost-effective and efficient communications within your business.
Join industry experts in this panel session as they discuss the impact cloud computing and mobility are having on the VoIP industry and what this means for your enterprise. Attend this webinar and participate in the discussion in real time.
The panelists will discuss:
- the drivers for moving to cloud, the different types of cloud and its benefits for small and medium businesses and enterprises
- the security concerns of moving to the cloud
- mobility strategies and BYOD
Getting the budget for the security program your organization needs can be a challenge in todays business environment.
In this webcast, We will explore the impact of enhanced security programs on security performance, productivity and profit and discuss how to quantify and present this information to key decision makers..
You will learn:
• Which factors will make your program relevant to management
• How to sell it without using fear, uncertainty and doubt
• What to consider while preparing your business case
• Things to consider when computing the ROI of your program
• How to deliver your presentation to management
In just 45 minutes. you will learn how to make a compelling business case for your security vision. Register today!