Recently on the news there was a story about how a dentist was suing a former patient and her ex-husband because they posted on Yelp that he was a “butcher” and a “crook.” The dentist stated that he believed it was an attempt to gain money from a medical malpractice suit and that they wanted to destroy his reputation. The couple said that they just wanted to warn others about this doctor’s terrible work. As a business owner, this case could really affect you.
Security breaches and privacy leaks from cyber attacks by hackers are becoming a bigger and bigger concern for customers and users of apps and big companies. We’re signing up for much more than we’re bargaining for when we sign ourselves up for a simple app or a service that is meant to make our lives easier or just a little bit more fun. It certainly seems like electronically stored information will never be safe again.
Cyber attacks are increasing in occurrence everyday. We don’t hear about many of them because big companies are able to prevent hackers from infiltrating their systems before it actually happens. However, every so often we hear about hackers who break into big company data, and the repercussions can be brutal. One such recent example is the JP Morgan Chase security breach.
There are many reasons why you may be looking into selling your business. This is a huge decision to make regardless of whether it’s personal, professional, or financial. Here are a few things to consider to get you started
eCommerce is a $1.1 trillion market globally. Yes, TRILLION. The U.S. alone accounts for $384.8 billion of it, so it’s no wonder that a majority of companies conduct business online. However, more and more news stories have been reported about the security of the internet.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Tilt’s General Counsel, Josh Horowitz, to discuss some of the issues he faces as a young General Counsel; actually, as one of the youngest in the game.
Many individuals feel that social media and online content is a virtual free for all. From inappropriate pictures to libel and slander, to critical words about a client or workplace, the Internet may seem like a world without repercussions. However, this is far from the truth.
In this digital age, software startups are popping up all over the world. Actually, there are approximately 1.35 million worldwide tech startups each year. Not only is the competition fierce, but protecting your ideas and intellectual property are of the upmost importance.
There are a plethora of reasons why entrepreneurs choose to establish a startup with a partner. Whether it’s for financial investment, to achieve similar goals, or to divide and conquer the immense obligations a new business requires, partnerships are a viable option for many. However, like a marriage, the honeymoon period doesn’t last forever.
The Internet and social media have become incredible assets to entrepreneurs; you can reach a broader audience, market your goods and services in new and innovative ways, and this transformative medium has created a market of its own for techies and programmers to design web-based apps, software, widgets, cloud configurations, and a plethora of other online tools.