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Data breaches are quite common in today’s business world. Cyber criminals become savvier every day and many businesses are lagging behind on security. But you don’t have to sit back and wait for trouble. With the right plan in place, you can proactively protect your customers’ information. Read More
I’m a huge football fan that lives in Atlanta. And although I’m not a Falcons fan (I’ve been a Los Angeles Rams fan since five years old) I am definitely rooting for my hometown team to beat the Patriots in Super Bowl LI.
While the Patriots are favored to win game, based on data collected and anal Read More
If you do a lot of collaboration in your small business, you just got a new option that could help make that
work easier. Dropbox officially launched its Dropbox Paper software after more than a year of teasing the product.
In addition, iPad sales seem to be slowing down amid a slump in the table Read More
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is featuring a new breed this year. Actually, it’s featuring a whole new type of animal — cats.
The cats won’t actually be parading around on leashes like the dogs do during the show’s main event. Instead, they’ll be included in the Meet & Compete event, which Read More

DuckDuckGo Gives Business Owners Unique Research Tool

DuckDuckGo Gives Business Owners Unique Research Tool Avatar Posted by lyceum under Products and Services
From 25 days ago
Made Hot by: maestro68 on February 3, 2017 9:57 pm
Of course you know about Google, Yahoo, Bing and AOL, but have you heard of the DuckDuckGo search engine? Well, it’s an internet search engine that emphasizes protecting searchers’ privacy and avoiding the “filter bubble” of personalized search results.

The “filter bubble” is a term coined by in Read More
These eCommerce statistics for small businesses have been collected from a variety of sources.

General Ecommerce Statistics
51 percent of Americans prefer to shop online.
Online buying frequency numbers:
95 percent of Americans shop online at least yearly.
80 percent of Americans shop online Read More
A couple of decades ago, pursuing self-employment in the information industry was pretty difficult. Starting a publication was cumbersome and costly, blogging wasn’t an option and podcasts hadn’t even been dreamed up. For most aspiring entrepreneurs, making a steady living sharing your professional Read More
The gaming and toy industries have often been dominated by a small group of companies with the assets and marketing reach to secure shelf space in retail stores and online traffic. The continued growth of the Toys-to-Life sector, however, is shifting the scales in favor of small businesses and solo Read More
As we turn the page on the calendar it’s always a good idea to make sure you’re wrapping up the old year right and getting the new one off to a great start. We know we have to pay taxes, and we may even appreciate the benefits we get from handing over our money to the government, but we owe it to Read More
If you dread it when a group of teenagers comes into your retail store, you’d better change your attitude. Generation Z — the generation after the Millennials — is growing up, and catering to these consumers will be vital for any retailer hoping to survive.
Why does Gen Z matter so much? For one t Read More

Give millennials a reason to stay - The benefits that can help you retain young talent

Job-changing is fast and furious in the early years of millennials’ careers: Young adults born in the early ‘80s …

Welcome to Martin Zwilling: Contributor of the Week!

We always love the opportunity to salute BizSugar contributors who have helped to enrich the community. And … More
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