Business & Technology

Have you updated your cyber policies for remote work?

We received a notice from one of our clients today detailing their expectations for vendors visiting their locations in this time of pandemic. It made me think about other policies that may need updating for the times. For instance, do your cybersecurity policies, standards, and procedures address remote work? If not, now is a good …

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5 signs your project may be in trouble

5 signs your project may be in trouble

You’ve got a project underway, but something just seems…off. You’ve got all the elements – project plan, roadmap, resources – but it’s not progressing the way you thought it would, and you can’t really say if it’ll be delivered as planned. You think you need help, but you’re not certain where to begin or if …

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Upgrading to MS Teams? Avoid this common misconception

Like many organizations, you may have found that business trends or the current environment are driving you to adopt collaboration software. If you’ve chosen Teams, you’ve got a robust platform with a clean user interface. Don’t let that interface fool you, though. A common mistake in implementing Teams is seeing the high functionality and overlooking …

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Product Owner – The forgotten Scrum role

Sure, everyone wants to be a Scrum Master. It’s easily the most recognizable Agile role. Even people unfamiliar with Agile have heard of it. I mean, “Master”…right? But what about the Scrum Product Owner? Scrum Pr… what? I had the opportunity to become a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) by attending Angela Druckman’s …

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Four reasons your compliance training is missing the mark

Compliance training is rarely a team favorite. In fact, many employees might look upon it as a burden, something to sit through out of obligation. This is likely due to dull, off-the-shelf online learning solutions or poorly designed learning programs that fail to consider easy-to-avoid common practices. While the least-effective cybersecurity training programs can have …

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Pink Elephant Unicorn 4.5 cyber capture the flag

January 19th-20th @ 5pm | Free What does a Pink Elephant Unicorn have to do with cyber security? Join Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Northeastern University Seattle for a free “capture-the-flag” competition to find out! How does it work? Working clue to clue to solve cyber puzzles, participants learn what makes a computer security system vulnerable, …

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The 4th NEXTCon: AI NEXTCon Seattle 2018

  January 17th-19th @ 8:00am | $125 Join us at the 4th AI NEXTCon, the leading technology conference for AI hosted around the world. AI NEXTCon Conference Seattle brings together top technical engineers, practitioners, influential technologists and data scientists to share solutions and practical experiences in machine/deep learning, computer vision, speech recognition and NLP. The …

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The wisdom of changing for the better

Eastern philosophy has given us many things to strive for in our lives and workplace like minimalism, self-awareness and meditation. But there’s one practice that’s been around for some time, but starting to grow traction in offices, and it has the power to improve so many little things. Kaizen, translated as, “continuous improvement,” or, “change …

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