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Susan Brown
Micro Business | Entrepreneur | Business Blogging
Micro Business | Entrepreneur | Business Blogging
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Tools and platforms may come and go, but PDF is still one of the most popular document formats for sharing Tools to Edit PDF Files information across devices. This is due to the fact that most devices can open a PDF for the recipient to read without losing any of the original formatting regardless of which software was used to create it. These documents can also be password-protected.

But what if you need to add comments or even significantly edit PDF files across multiple devices? Luckily there are platforms out there that will help you to do just that.

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Safeguarding your company’s intellectual property, financial information, and reputation should be a vital part of your business’ strategy. Find out where you and your employees can get cybersecurity training you need.

@UMDLaw
https://www.facebook.com/UMDLaw/
#ad

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If you are a frequent visitor to Growing Your Biz, then you know that I’ve often written about the issue of cybersecurity and the need for smaller businesses, in particular, to make sure they are doing what they can to protect their data.

While there are many kinds of cybersecurity training programs available, one new program that many small businesses owners and their management team may want to consider is the online Master of Science in Cybersecurity Law program from the University of Maryland Carey School of Law.

For more info about the cybersecurity training program at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, you can find them on Twitter:@UMDLaw and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UMDLaw/

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There are no shortage of employment “experts” who will tell you that unlimited vacations, “play areas,” and thank you notes are the path to happy and motivated workers. But, let's be honest: for many businesses such benefits are out of place and they can actually be a real turnoff.

#productivity   #employeeengagement   #smallbusiness  

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The holiday of Chanukah falls out during the darkest time of the year- both physically and spiritually. On these cold, long winter nights, it can be challenging to not feel a little down- even if you are a night owl and you enjoy the cold, and even if you are generally a positive person. On the spiritual side, the glow of the Yomin Noraim may have begun to wear off over the past two months, taking any resolve and clarity you may have achieved along with it.

In other words, it's a hard time of the year...

http://bit.ly/2gFde4V #Chanukah #Hanukkah #judaism

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As more and more business processes, such as payment processing, accounting, marketing and advertising, customer service, and order creation are not only digitalized, but connected to the Internet, data backup, security, and recovery have become an essential part of doing business.

#ad, #DataStories

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Managing small business finances is one of the less sexy aspects of running a business, but it’s the key to long term business success. One of the most common issues we have found among startups is a great deal of financial chaos. Often this is due to the fact that the entrepreneurs behind these ventures did not plan their financial side properly.

#smallbusiness   #startups   #businessfinance  

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With all the emphasis on the current way consumers are using the Internet and social media to help them make their purchasing decisions, we have seen an overwhelming amount of disconnect between big companies in particular and the customers they are trying to reach. It’s as if the marketing basics have some how been taken out of their marketing play book.

#smallbusiness #onlinemarketing  

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