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5 Legal Considerations When Establishing a BYOD Policy

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While state and federal laws vary depending on your jurisdiction and industry, there are five legal obligations that you are likely to face.
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5 Apple Watch Apps for Small Business

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Whether you already have an Apple Watch strapped to your arm or you're trying to rationalize buying one, here are a handful of business apps to consider.
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In the Trenches: Fixing Our Website

Posted in COMPANY WEBSITE

Learn how a small business evaluated the need to update its website in order to better convert potential clients into actual clients.
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Venice Beach Tech Studio Embraces EMV Technology, and So Should You

Posted in TECHNOLOGY AND SECURITY

As Venice Beach's Tech Studio will tell you, even the most savvy entrepreneurs need to stay abreast of new technology. They're ready for EMV. Are you?
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How to Defend Your Small Business Against Cyberattacks

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A recent report from the National Small Business Association found half of small-business owners surveyed have suffered some sort of cyberattack.
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How to Survive Google’s “Mobile-geddon”

As of April 21, Google revamped its search engine algorithm to favor sites that are optimized for mobile.
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5 Ways to Help Prevent Credit Card Fraud in Your Online Business

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Forrester Research predicts that by 2018, online sales will account for 11 percent of all U.S. retail sales. But along with all that growth comes credit card fraud.
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Hack the Hood Builds Small Business Websites — and the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Posted in COMPANY WEBSITE

The program builds websites for free for Oakland small businesses that need more online visibility.