There are times when even big companies in different industries took a short while before knowing that they were under cyber-attack. As business technology continues to evolve, so does cybercriminals and their tactics.
According to a study, there is an attack happening per 39 seconds around the globe. Unfortunately, it is not only large companies that are put at risk and experience these cybercrimes. The cost of these cybercrimes has also soared up to $2 trillion in loses last year and half of these attacks targeted small businesses.
You’re a small business owner with a to-do list as long as the line of people waiting to buy toilet paper during a pandemic. With so much to do, it’s no wonder certain aspects of marketing get put on the back burner. When you do find some extra time in your schedule, however, make it a priority to turn your attention to the small business marketing tasks you’ve been ignoring.
Between keeping the books balanced and developing the goods and services your customers will love, the work of a small business owner is seemingly never-ending.
Healthcare providers and organizations of all sizes are embracing digital technology. The federal government's passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) pushed the healthcare industry towards digitization. The government’s goal was that all medical organizations, regardless of size, would implement a universal medical record system so healthcare professionals could improve patient care coordination.
Thanks in no small part to both the ubiquitous nature of high-speed, broadband Internet connections in the United States and the rise of high-quality video collateral, the online education business isn't just popular - it's booming.
According to one recent study, over six million Americans are currently pursuing some type of online education. This is a number that has been rising steadily over the last few years.
In 2020, it is easier to grow your startup as compared to the last ten years. You only need the will, website, and ideas to grow no matter what the niche is. And once you have developed your website, the next big thing in digital marketing. It is impossible to grow your startup without showing an active presence on the internet. Starting from the launch of your product to introducing it to the people, you have to stay consistent in boosting your website’s traffic.