Technology News

Corporate Theft: Who Holds the Keys to Your Kingdom?

Bill Kowalski |

One thing that I’ve learned throughout my career is how overly trusting people in the workplace can be. I cannot count the number of times I’ve investigated a case where a long-time bookkeeper embezzled millions of dollars from a company, simply because the associate was like an entrusted “member of the family” and given the “keys to the kingdom.”

Brad Nellis
Technology News

Five Questions with Patrick Antos

Brad Nellis |

We’ve been working hard this year on deployment of the strategic plan that the NEOSA board laid out. One of the most prominent aspects of our plan centered on the talent needs of our members. So I’m very pleased to announce that Patrick Antos has joined our team, effective Monday, September 22, 2014.


Brad Nellis
Technology News

Congrats to Local Tech: Inc. 5000

Brad Nellis |

Inc. Magazine recently released its Inc. 5000 list, great to see so many awesome companies from the Northeast Ohio on the list. All told, fifty-three companies from NEO are on the list, more than Columbus and Cincy, which is cool.

Brad Nellis
Technology News

Five Questions with the High School for Digital Arts

Brad Nellis |

There’s almost always something cool happening in local tech, from conferences to awards, to networking and more. But I recently met up with Marsha Dobrzynski, and she’s doing something REALLY cool, she founded the Cleveland High School for Digital Arts.

Brad Nellis
Technology News

Lessons from the Deal

Brad Nellis |

Selling a car is not that hard, selling a house is a lot harder. But selling your software company, now that can be challenging.