Blog: Personal Data Security and the “BYOD” Problem: Who is Truly at Risk?


By: Jill Smaniotto, Associate Manuscripts Editor “Bring your own device” policies are undeniably on the rise in the realm of business IT.  According a recent survey, roughly two-fifths of U.S. consumers working for large enterprises use their personally-owned devices—i.e. smartphones, tablets, or desktops—for at least some aspect of their work.[1]  …

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Blog: E-Commerce and Taxation: Internet Tax Freedom does not Mean Tax Freedom for the Internet


By: Andrew Landrum, Associate Technical Editor The global advent of interconnectivity has led to breakthroughs in communication, innovation, scientific collaboration, and, most importantly, how to spend money in the comfort of your pajamas.  Online shopping has become the way of the future.  No more will store hours, location, or Netflix …

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