The whole world has gone digital. These are just the times we live in, and this can leave e-commerce business owners feeling like a dime a dozen out there.
Web designing is anything but easy. Those that persevere in an industry that is constantly evolving are a special breed indeed – half artist, half technologist. So what does it take to be a successful web designer?
When you think about protecting your family, you may envision things like having strong locks on the doors and windows, making sure everyone gets a flu shot in the winter and advising your kids to be very careful when they are on the internet.
Because of the COVID-19 global pandemic, many businesses have asked their employees to work from home. As each member of your team is preparing a home office space and familiarizing themselves with Zoom
You’ve left the office behind with barely a glance. You’re adamant you won’t miss the camaraderie of office life and those water-cooler moments. But how do you know you’re going to enjoy working remotely, be it from home or your local coffee shop?
In this day and age, we all need to figure out way to make our money work harder for us. For some, that just means stretching things a bit further. Others with more mature finances may be looking to optimize their portfolios and strengthen their positions in a range of areas.
Even if you don’t own an online business, chances are high that you’ve conducted business online. Whether you’ve logged into your online banking account, bought a lightning deal through your favorite online retailer, or shared family photos on social media, your information could be compromised when using the internet.
Maybe the current COVID-19 pandemic has you working from the kitchen table, or perhaps you have always been a freelancer who thrives in your home office. Or perhaps you have been concerned with some obvious “phishing” emails that have shown up in your inbox last week.
Identity theft is on the rise again and COVID-19 has provided new opportunities to scam people with fake posts and emails. COVID scams include fake vaccines or “miracle cures,” scam employment posts, fraudulent investment sites, and fraudulent e-commerce vendors for test kits, sanitizers, and masks
With more people working from home, shopping online, or just spending time surfing the web as a result of COVID-19, identity theft scams and cyber attacks are