This was my first year attending and I must say the networking with colleagues, peers, entrepreneurs and small business owners was worth the trip alone. Additionally, I learned a few takeaways that I will most certainly use in my current and future business ventures.
You know good and doggone well you need better security practices. Now you don’t need to go as far as to hire a bad-ass security firm that employs ex-con hackers that have been given a 2nd chance to wipe the slate clean by helping the little guy go up against super bad criminals (plot for every techie show for the past 10 years) to see if they can hack your blog, social media accounts, or online invoice service.
On the flip-side, it’s probably a good idea to take a serious look at your security strategy. You can even add it to your little “Vision board”. Here are some quick tips to get your small business security straight for the 0-1-5
I figured I would answer my latest #AskBrothaTech question publicly since there may be other personal or professional folk looking to manage their business expenses just a little better.