Turning your office paperless - the benefits The digital revolution has witnessed advances in technology that we could only have imagined of - and this has led to many businesses around the world opting for paperless solutions to be both cost effective and environmentally friendly. With research estimating that companies are spending around $8 billion annually managing their paper use, the switch to a digital solution is no surprise. ...Read More »
Business Continuity You Can Bank On With 53 branches, multiple ATMs, and banking seven days a week at two locations, TBK Bank strives to do the right thing to make customers' lives better and easier. Now, the bank has done the right thing for its customers by doing the right thing for its business continuity program, moving in just six months from a legacy planning tool to a data-centric business continuity management program built on the Fusion Framework(r) System(tm). The power of the solution creates synergies that allow the business continuity program to continue to grow and mature, taking on high priorities that were previously out of scope such as vendor risk management. ...Read More »
Pellet gun shots cause damage to Eugene businesses By Clip Syndicate Eugene Carbide Saw & Machine now has to replace four windows that were damaged ...Read More »
How to Find and Hire Quality Freelancers for Your Existing Business or New Startup Whether you have an established business you'd like to grow or a new startup that you need to build, relying on talented freelancers is one of the best options you have at your disposal. In this guide, we'll look at a few tips and strategies that you can use to find and hire the best freelancers to help you complete projects essential to your business and grow your brand. ...Read More »
Springfield mill still recovering from fire 4 years later By Clip Syndicate The Whitsell Manufacturing fire isn’t the first time our area has lost a major business to a fire. Nearly four years ago, a Springfield mill was destroyed, and that business is still rebuilding one day at a time. ...Read More »
Memorial Day on the beach By Clip Syndicate Last week, Mississippi Coast residents were preparing sandbags for the forecast 50 to 90 percent chance of rain during Memorial Day Weekend, but instead they were able to enjoy temperatures in the high 80s. The unforeseen sunshine prompted many people to hit the beaches for a day of fun while also remembering and honoring those who died in active military service. News 25 spoke to Patt Pigott, the owner of Get Wet Inc., a beach rental service on the Biloxi Beach, who tells us many of his reservations were cancelled over the weekend. Pigott says that the change in forecast brought a last minute surge of tourists to the Coast. “It’s one of those things that could have been a lot better, but could have been a lot worse also. You kind of gotta be thankful for what you got right now because it could have been raining right now. If the forecast could have been a little better we might have had a better weekend.” Pigott says preparing for a storm like Alberto could cost his business nearly $2,000. ...Read More »
Mayor Berke signs minority business initiative By Clip Syndicate Mayor Berke signs an executive order encouraging participation of minority and women-owned businesses in grants and contracts. ...Read More »
Realizing the American Dream By Clip Syndicate Randy Fromm talk about whether or not paying off your mortgage is the best option. ...Read More »
Gaming experts on sports betting in Mississippi By Clip Syndicate This morning one of America’s leading gaming experts, Thomas Shepard, spoke to the Gulf Coast Business Council about the legalization of sports betting in Mississippi. According to the gaming attorney, the landmark ruling could create immediate economic impact. He says Mississippi could have a regional monopoly when it comes to sports betting. The gaming commission has already started to put regulations into place. “They will use what’s known as geo-fencing which is technology used to ensure that an activity can only take place within the confines of a physical location. It will be Wi-Fi cell service available at the property, but it will be geo-fenced so that the betting cannot take place anywhere but right on the property itself.” The commission could vote on the rules at its next scheduled meeting on June 21st which means casinos could start taking sports bets sometime in late July. ...Read More »
The Future of Customer-Facing Apps By Kevin Gardner Today's customers depend on mobile apps in nearly all aspects of their lives. As such, employees are eager to use any technology that improves their productivity. A few years ago, mobile apps weren't fun as they're today. People would only use their smartphones for calculation and reading the latest headlines. However, the opening of the App Store skyrocketed mobile app downloads to 10 million. By June 2015, App Store had over 1.5 million apps in the store and 100 billion downloads. Over time, mobile apps have evolved from entertainment tools to work and life-relied tools. ...Read More »

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