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Tips for Your Business: BYOD Can be a Boon to Productivity

Tony Felice, Inline Technology Services | Linktunity Expert |

Employees are increasingly using their own devices to do at least some of their work. BYOD (“Bring Your Own Device”) examples range from accessing company email and calendar remotely to working from home on a computer connected to the company network. Users often prefer to use their own tablets or laptops to access company systems, especially when working remotely.

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Target Your Most Profitable Customers

Jeff Susbauer |

All customers are not created equal. Some are more profitable than others. Focusing on those customers who are more profitable can mean a big bottom-line increase for your business. But how do you do that? Jeff Susbauer, co-developer of the COSE Strategic Planning Course, has identified three key steps businesses should take to find out the answer to that question.

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Emery Electric excels in the spotlight -- and out

Shawn Turner |

We expect things to work and we don’t often think about the people working hard to meet our expectations. It’s easy to forget about those who spend their time working behind the scenes and out of the spotlight to ensure everything is running perfectly. When the call goes out to Emery Electric, Inc., in Twinsburg, the client is sometimes literally in the dark.


Ask the Expert: Are You Ready For the EMV Revolution?

Brendan Hickey, Solupay Processing Solutions | Linktunity Expert |

EMV is a form of contactless payment and is now the global standard for inter-operation of integrated circuit cards, or “chip cards.”  You might also hear EMV referred to as “chip cards,” “chip and PIN,” and “chip and signature.” The term EMV comes from the developers of this technology – Europay, Mastercard, and Visa. Some credit/debit cards already use this technology in the U.S., while other regions of the world such as Europe, China and Canada have been using it for years. EMV uses a small microprocessor that’s embedded into a credit or debit card. Banks and credit card companies want you to use them because they’re more secure than magnetic strip cards.