Surveys Say … Everyone is Responsible for IT Security Problems!

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Over the last few weeks multiple survey results surfaced, highlighting the need for increased IT security precautions within organizations. The results underscore the “it won’t happen to us” mentality that many organizations have today. Who should be in charge of IT security within an organization? Who are the biggest IT security offenders? The survey results […]

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Study Shows a Loss of Nearly 3,000 Hours Due to Unproductive Workflows

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The world of manufacturing and distribution is a complex one. Every second can impact the bottom line and inefficient protocols and processes will not only slow the facility down but will most likely cut into the business’ profits. Time is Money According to a 2012 survey of 250 supply chain, warehouse and distribution managers by […]

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City Harnesses the Use of Video Surveillance for Citizen Safety

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More and more cities across the country are looking for innovative ways to monitor and prevent crime. Various networks of video surveillance cameras and red light cameras are being used with the hope of curbing crime and gaining better insight on crimes that are committed. Each year the FBI publishes Crime in the United States […]

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