Category: Guides

Tips To Improve Your Risk Analysis Skills

Every business faces threats on a regular basis. From classic problems like theft to more modern issues like the possibility of a hacker using ransomware to hold your digital data hostage, you need to have a plan in place for addressing and solving these threats. One way to achieve this is by taking time to

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When Big Rigs Need Help

Have you ever seen a tractor-trailer along the side of the highway as if it was broken down? The logistics of getting roadside assistance for commercial big rigs are complex. There are a few things you as a motorist need to know about the trucks on our roadways and their professional drivers. Training Before anyone

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Prevent Hotel Accidents With Proactive Maintenance Plans

In any business sector, a proactive mindset brings positive results. However, this is particularly true in the hotel industry as well as in other hospitality-focused companies. Hotels must juggle many variables. While solid insurance helps should litigation occur after an incident, the best practice is to work at reducing the likelihood of any unfortunate accidents

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How to Land New Consultancy Customers

There are many fields where working as a consultant can prove valuable and lucrative. However, there are many challenges of consultancy services. Landing new customers is a top challenge for many consultants, but there are steps you can take to improve your chances. Client Portfolio As referenced on http://huntersure.com/, finding and landing new customers poses

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If You Blinked, You Probably Missed the Instagram Bug Let Android Users See Anyone’s Private Photos [Privacy]

Instagram 3.0 might be the best way to browse your friends’ photos, but for Android users, it was briefly a great way to browse anyone’s photos, even the private ones. Fortunately Instagram managed to patch the hole in record time. The bug, uncovered by Cult of Mac, gave Android users universal access to other users’

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Five Scientifically Surprising Facts About Booze [Happy Hour]

People sharing drinks love to lay out the facts of life, love, and, of course, liquor. Wouldn’t it be even better if this cocktail science were actually right some of the time? Here are five bits of booze trivia that smart drinkers can use to blow their buddies off their barstools. It’s Friday afternoon, you’ve

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We Were Totally Wrong About the Sun’s Shape Until Yesterday [Space]

For as long as we’ve bothered to care about heavenly bodies other than our own, we’ve thought that the size of the Sun varies throughout its 11-year solar cycles. Intense magnetic forces, the theory went, rendered it as malleable as a sturdy stress ball. That was a good theory, backed up by decades of data.

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Steve Jobs’ Stolen iPad Taken by Party Clown [WTFriday]

Reread every noun in the headline above—now let’s proceed. After a desperate burglar nabbed $60k worth of gear from Steve Jobs’ former residence, one of his iPads wound up in the mitted hands of Kenny the Clown. Clown. The tablet trickled down to the California entertainer, The Mercury News reports, shortly after the robbery—an apparent

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Museum Is Literally Spitting Out Burned Exhibits [Art]

For his latest exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image in New York City, Berlin-born artist Aram Bartholl has installed a DVD burner into the side of the museum itself. The slot-loading device is practically invisible to the ignorant eye—identifiable only by the thin slit cut into the building’s brick facade, through which blank DVDs

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