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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Three Easy Tips to Successfully Tackle Project Management

Many companies get overwhelmed with the scope of large projects. Here are a few tips to make sure you bring in a project on time and in budget:

Simplify the project goals:  Too often companies create projects with multiple, potentially conflicting goals.  Suppose that a company wants to do a technology refresh because the codebase uses an obsolete technology […]

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    24/7 Cyber Security: Questions Small Retailers Should Ask an eCommerce Site Provider

24/7 Cyber Security: Questions Small Retailers Should Ask an eCommerce Site Provider

‘Tis the season for scammers – so providing secure commerce capabilities to customers is high on the list of small retailers

By their nature, small retailers don’t have the skills, expertise or infrastructure to provide their own eCommerce capabilities. Knowing that, the key to providing secure commerce capabilities to their customers is using well-known (large) providers that have the […]

By |December 5th, 2013|Blog|Comments Off on 24/7 Cyber Security: Questions Small Retailers Should Ask an eCommerce Site Provider
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    Expert Advice on the Pros and Cons of Developing a BYOD Policy – Commentary by Paul Hill

Expert Advice on the Pros and Cons of Developing a BYOD Policy – Commentary by Paul Hill

December 4, 2013 — Mobile Fever

As BYOD becomes more acceptable in the workplace, the concerns of IT leaders continue to grow. We interviewed 22 mobility and BYOD experts to provide some pros and cons around implementing and developing an Enterprise Mobility BYOD strategy. (Click here to see comments from other 21 consultants – http://bit.ly/18lWT7y)

Paul B. Hill, Senior Consultant, SystemsExperts

Paul B. […]

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    A Tale of Two Browsers: Chrome v. Chromium – Commentary by Paul Hill

A Tale of Two Browsers: Chrome v. Chromium – Commentary by Paul Hill

November 26, 2013 — LINUX Insider

Chrome or Chromium more secure? Numerous security experts place their bets on Chromium, suggested Paul Hill, a senior consultant at SystemsExperts. “Chrome’s code has to be able to tie into Flash Player, for instance,” Hill explained. “So more code is involved to integrate with other third-party products. This all introduces more complexities and more […]

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