From Under the Hoodie: 5 Entrepreneurial Lessons From Mark Zuckerberg

Just a few years ago, the situation was looking dicey for Facebook. The company’s IPO was a disaster, and its strategy on mobile appeared to be in

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How Ag-Tech Ripened Into a Growing Market

With the rise of data-crunching agricultural software, farmers these days are digging as much in data as in dirt.

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6 Strategies to Win the New Initial Public Offering Game

Entrepreneurial tech giants such as Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Mark Zuckerberg have incited changes in initial public offerings (IPO). The new IPO processes have resulted in entrepreneurs setting initial prices higher, raising more money and filing for IPOs more quickly.

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5 Employee Types You Should Recognize to Enhance Your IT Security Policies

All too often, businesses try to use information technology (IT) security policy to bend employees’ behaviors into easily-manageable uniformity. The thinking goes this way: Eliminate individual-use cases and implement one-size-fits-all best-practices security — and you’l eliminate vulnerabilities. The fact of the matter is, however, that each employee shows up with his or her own knowledge, preferences and habits. Your security policy should recognize those differences, enabling your staff to work as efficiently as possible, while providing a convenient way to remain secure.

In this article, CloudEntr VP Tom Smith outlines who you can take your office outliers to create an all-encompassing IT security policy.

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5 Ways to Encourage BYOD and Keep Your Company Data Secure

Technology never stops moving. Last month’s devices, never mind last year’s, can quickly become old news, to be replaced by a plethora of new, increasingly productive devices. While buying a new device, for the consumer, carries barely the weight of buying a new pair of shoes, the implications for businesses and IT departments can be far reaching.
In this piece, CloudEntr VP Tom Smith details how businesses can keep up with the ever changing, fast-paced world of BYOD and now WYOD (wear your own device).

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