Katrina Manning

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Katrina Manning



Five Ways to Access Extra Capital for Your Small Business

Whether you’re running a startup or an established small business, it seems to be harder than ever to access capital from banks. But even if a financial institution says “no” to your request for a business loan, that shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your goals. There are funds out there, you just need to know where to look.

New Top Level Domain Names

In order to generate traffic and make money online, you must have a domain name. Why is that? When people think of your company; they think of your domain name. A domain name gives you control over how people see you, whether it be your individual image or company name. If you don’t act quick, someone else can easily purchase the domain name of your dreams, leaving you regretful.

Gamification Examples: Use Them for Maximum Impact

Gamification is starting to become the next big thing in marketing. In a nutshell, gamification is a way of applying the concept of game design, and the thinking behind it, to non-game uses and applications. The idea is to make seemingly mundane activities more interesting and to provide a fresh approach to problem solving that also encourages people to participate.

Financial Accountant Job Description: Plan For a Rewarding Career

Financial accounting is one of the most flexible skills that you can learn. Financial accountants work with every single business in one way, or another, either as an employee helping the organization to manage its day-to-day finances, or as a third party providing different kinds of advice. Independent financial accountants fulfill a number of roles, such as helping small businesses with their annual statements, performing audits and providing external consulting on a wide range of topics.

Bulking Up On Internet Security Now Can Save Your Business Later

Predictions For Future Of Internet Security, Safety Grim As Attack Rates Rise. A 2013 study estimated that the cost of cybercrime last year escalated 78%, with an average cost of $1 million to resolve an attack. Many concerns are raised as predictions indicate that cybercrime will continue to increase in the near future.

Five Things You Absolutely Cannot Do at a Trade Show

If your business is struggling to find new customers and new contacts, you might consider exhibiting at a trade show. Every year, there are thousands of trade shows across the country that offer the opportunity for developing or growing companies to market products to sellers face-to-face. The best part is you get to share your product or service with a targeted and interested audience, while scoping out your competition and building relationships with new customers.

How and Why Small Businesses Are Investing in Cybersecurity

Businesses of all sizes are taking note that cyber threats are continually on the rise. No one is safe. In our digital world, you just can’t be too cautious when it comes to protecting your data. This is true whether your company employs 200,000 or 10 employees. Cyber criminals have no bounds.

Virtual Reality Applications: Poised to Transform the Learning Experience

The Emerging Use of Virtual Reality in our Classrooms Offers Exciting Possibilities. Students often learn about other parts of the world by reading or maybe watching a video. Imagination serves to fill any of the gaps of the unseen and untouched. Now, there is a new type of technology available that can bring that experience to a whole new level: Virtual Reality.
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A look into the business future of Ephox + TinyMCE

One year on from the merger between Ephox and TinyMCE it’s easy to forget the two companies already shared a five-year partnership delivering the most popular open source rich text editor to many of the world’s biggest enterprises. Jeff Olson, Ephox’s SVP Sales, Marketing & Business Development, sat down with Katrina Manning to discuss the business future of TinyMCE.

Why Ears Are the Future of Biometrics

Increasingly, biometric security–which, uses our bodies’ characteristics to verify who we are–is becoming more commonplace. Once thought to be a hallmark of the future, with flying cars and communities living in space, today, many of us are quite comfortable scanning our fingerprints to unlock our phones or open an office door.

Get in My Goldbely: An Interview with Vanessa Torrivilla

Want regional foods delivered to your doorstep such as Magnolia Cupcakes, or how about a Cronut? In the mood for the famous Salt Lick Bar-B-Que? Well, Goldbely is here to make all of your foodie dreams come true. Getting its start as a Y Combinator company, Goldbely had the goal of delivering the nation’s finest delicacies at a fraction of the cost of a plane ticket.

8 Ways Businesses Can Prevent Cyber Attacks

According to a defense outlook report by Deloitte, the wealthier the nation, the more at risk a country is of cyber attack. The US, Japan, Britain and South Korea have been identified as some of the biggest targets. Not to mention, the recent cyber attack on the federal government may have exposed as many as 4.2 million current and former federal employees including investigations for security clearances and other job background checks.


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