B2B companies are urging their technology leaders to re-think their approach to protecting their systems and data, which raises the critical question:
In the olden days, outbound marketing was called “marketing.” Remember KFC’s “Finger lickin’ good” and Rice Krispies’ “Snap, crackle, pop”? The emergence of the Information Age has created a whole new class of marketing called inbound marketing.
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Everyone laughed, and now I’m out of the will.
When it comes to surviving a pandemic, your business will need to rely more heavily on digital marketing strategies. The sudden disappearance of live events and conferences, and storefront closures is pushing businesses toward online communications now more than ever.
Now, more than ever, cyber criminals are attacking SMBs (small- to medium-sized businesses). With so many workplaces implementing new bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, cyber security is paramount.
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Think of it like this:
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Small businesses and large enterprises may seem worlds apart, but they face many of the same cyber-security threats. In fact, modern-day cyber criminals continue to target SMBs simply because they tend to have tighter budgets and less security.