The Yahoo Mail Breach: What You Need to Know

On January 30th, 2014, Yahoo announced that a group of attackers had obtained an undisclosed number of Yahoo Mail usernames and passwords. The attackers were discovered when they started using those credentials to log in to the accounts and scan them for more information. Yahoo has been reaching out to…

Event Tech Tips for Small Businesses and Nonprofits

 I recently chatted with Corbin Ball, CMP, CSP, MS, renowned events and meetings tech analyst, to get his take on what is up-and-coming in the world of event technology. In addition to having more than 20 years of experience running international technology meetings, Corbin is a highly acclaimed international speaker,…

What the Hula Hoop Taught Me About Business

When I was in the fourth grade the hula hoop was a big craze. My teacher allowed us to bring them to class and encouraged us to enjoy them during recess. Well, I was horrible at it. I tried, but I simply couldn’t do it. So, I proclaimed it was…

The Modern Day Coupon Clipper

Coupons (and the people who use them) historically have some undeserved negative associations. They conjure thoughts of the deal scavenging coupon clipper, who has no brand loyalty and won’t bring repeat business. Understandably this image isn’t the most enticing to small businesses, causing many to shy away from the thought…