Performing a business risk analysis is an integral part of managing a larger company, particularly a publicly held enterprise. The purpose of such an analysis is to determine where business risks lie and to assess the probability that such risks will occur. In some cases, a formal analysis may be performed while in other cases the top management may simply discuss the risks an entity faces.
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As we age, we often become more forgetful. While we understand that this is just a normal part of getting older, some fear that forgetfulness is the first sign of Alzheimer’s disease or some other form of dementia. However, depression in seniors is steadily growing, which can lead to forgetfulness, confusion and other symptoms that…
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Some people might think warnings about IT security threats are overblown. Let’s be clear. Warnings about cyber threats are not exaggerated.
Website In December 2018 the Auditing Standards Board (ASB) of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) voted to approve Statement on Auditing Standards, Forming an Opinion and Reporting on Financial Statements of Employee Benefit Planssubject to ERISA (EBPSAS). The EBP SAS prescribes certain new performance requirements for an audit of financial statements of employee benefit…
The winter months can definitely wreak havoc on your water pipes. One of the most common calls we get in the wintertime is to replace pipes that burst during the latest cold snap.
Managing a B2B inside sales team is not so different than coaching a swim team. You have to have structure within processes and confidence in these processes. One of the most critical processes in sales strategy development is how sales teams use CRMs, or Customer Relationship Management systems.
You wouldn’t ask Anne in accounting or Sam in sales to configure your firewalls, install an encryption solution or apply security patches. Yet most companies consistently make regular employees responsible for one of the most critical pieces of security — the password.
It always seems to happen at the worst possible time. You’re in the midst of a winter storm; the wind is howling and the roads are slick to impassable.