Do you sell a product, solution or software platform that runs unmanned in a public venue? Is the mission of your business to scale nationwide? If the answer is yes, you are also in the network business, and your future is ownership. Your business is not going to hit critical mass if you rely on a 3rd party or your customer for network connectivity and Internet access. Gone are the days of the shared enterprise connection. You’re living on sandy beaches if you think someone else will provide the backbone for your product or service. Continue reading “Why is my solution not scaling?”
On June 24th I logged in to my Avast Business Console to check company-wide defenses. As a customer of Avast Business Antivirus, I rely on them for securing my endpoints and giving me a console of actionable items to rectify, ensuring corporate-wide security. To my shock, every machine in my network was reporting “In Danger” in big red letters. Seeing this kind of thing instills fear into the general population and to anyone in my position. Avast has a moral responsibility to secure business machines, and offer products that reliably protect. While still a business, they have a greater need to be truthful, transparent, and steadfast. When you see something like this, coming from them, you should emotionally react. Continue reading “Avast Patch Management is Lying to You. They Have a Moral Obligation to Pull it From Shelves! You Could Be Exposed.”
Like it or hate it, Facebook changed the world forever. Online communications and the social media revolution was built upon the foundation that Facebook laid. Unfortunately business also changed in 2004. The idea around venture capital, IPO’s, and the forever funded enterprise was solidified. We were robbed of what Facebook could have been. The tech bubble, silicon valley economics and an introverted college student drove fame and fortune over a generational legacy; and we were left with what we have today. Continue reading “The World Missed Out on What Facebook Could Have Been”
Privacy, security, and neutrality are the tech terms of 2018. During every other time in recent history, ideas like these were manifested into websites, platforms and apps. Hobbies at first, this software would mature with the help of professional investors. But what happens when the investors are sultry sex workers?!
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