You Don’t Find Your Purpose — You Build It

“How do I find my purpose?”  by John Coleman Ever since Daniel Gulati, Oliver Segovia, and I published Passion & Purpose six years ago, I’ve received hundreds of questions — from younger and older people alike — about purpose. We’re all looking for purpose. Most of us feel that we’ve never found it, we’ve lost it, or in some way we’re falling short. Read more here   … [Read more...]

Block Hackers from Guessing Passwords with MDaemon’s Improved Dynamic Screening

If you have an email account (and in 2017, you probably have more than one), you are a target. More specifically, your email password is a target and a coveted prize for hackers. And let’s face it – hackers are not going away anytime soon. Because the barriers to entry are so low and the potential payoffs so large, hackers are more motivated than ever to try to steal your login credentials. As an … [Read more...]

Kerio Control: Unified Threat Management Without Complexity

Protect your network from viruses, malware and malicious activity with Kerio Control, the easy-to-administer yet powerful all-in-one security solution. Kerio Control brings together next-generation firewall capabilities -- including a network firewall and router, intrusion detection and prevention (IPS), gateway anti-virus, VPN, and web content and application filtering. These comprehensive … [Read more...]

How to Tell Your Boss That You’re Not Engaged at Work

Many people think of employee engagement as a relatively new idea, but scientists have been studying it for years. William Kahn first introduced the term in 1990, defining it as “the degree of psychological identification employees experience with their job role or work persona.” He noticed that organizations tended to overlook the influence that everyday experiences have on people’s work … [Read more...]

Remote office data backup: How do you deal with all the data?

By Dave Packer The future of work is a big concern for companies of all sizes. The 9-to-5 office workday has given way to employees working remotely from multiple locations, and while there's been plenty of discussion of work-from-home employees, the This tiered approach requires a thoughtful plan for handling versioning, so that organizations can roll back to specific versions of a file even … [Read more...]

Take This Quiz to Figure Out How to Be Happier at Work

We all want to be happy on the job, but what does that actually mean? Is it just being satisfied in your job? Does it mean having fun at work? Are we happy when working conditions are good, our days are enjoyable, and our nights are worry-free? All of these things matter, of course, but there’s more to it. In studying positive psychology as well as consulting to thousands of people around the … [Read more...]

LepideAuditor 17.3 – Now with NetApp Cluster Mode auditing

Lepide has recently launched the newest version of their flagship auditing solution; LepideAuditor 17.3. This new release now supports auditing of NetApp Cluster Mode. It audits numerous versions of Clustered DATA ONTAP, ranging from 8.2.3 to 9.2. With 15 predefined reports, LepideAuditor allows administrators to audit all changes made in files, folders and their permissions on NetApp Filer … [Read more...]

5 Ways Cloud Apps Put Enterprise Data At Risk

By Jennifer Burnham We all love cloud apps. At their best, they make every aspect of our work faster and easier. Your team relies on collaborative tools like Google Drive, Office 365, and Box every day. SalesForce provides one central home for your CRM tools & client database. Projects are accessible anywhere, anytime. For the most part, these apps are inexpensive and intuitive – reducing … [Read more...]

Does Engaging with Customers on Facebook Lead to Better Product Ideas?

Feedback on social media can serve as a valuable source of information for companies, helping them to improve and develop products and services. Examples include Gillette, which launched the very first product for assisted shaving based on feedback inferred from social media, and Tesla, which improved the company’s app based in part on CEO Elon Musk’s reading a customer’s complaints on Twitter. At … [Read more...]

Labs report: summer ushers in unprecedented season of breaches

In this edition of the Malwarebytes Cybercrime Tactics and Techniques report for the third quarter of 2017, we saw a number of high profile breaches targeting the personal information of hundreds of millions of people. While the Equifax breach may have dominated the news cycle, notable attacks against the UK National Health Service (NHS), Instagram, Whole Foods, and Sonic were also reported. In … [Read more...]