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How Masculinity Contests Undermine Organizations, and What to Do About It

How Masculinity Contests Undermine Organizations, and What to Do About It

Mark Leech/Offside/Getty Images From Uber to Nike to CBS, recent exposés have revealed seemingly dysfunctional workplaces rife with misconduct, bullying, and sexual harassment. For example, Susan Fowler’s 2017 blog about Uber detailed not only her recollections of being repeatedly harassed, but what she described as a “game-of-thrones” environment, in which managers sought to one-up and…

Embracing the potential of tech in legal, compliance – Compliance Week

The business landscape for all sectors is changing rapidly. Digitalization and the use of Big Data, enhanced technology, profiling tools, and artificial intelligence (AI) are all poised to transform the way that in-house corporate teams function, enabling businesses to achieve process improvements, reduce costs, and obtain a valuable understanding of their customers’ needs. The International…

How Brands Appeal To The Canna-Curious

How do you appeal to new consumers who are interested in partaking of the plant for the first time? These entrepreneurs have built their businesses on answering this question. Image credit: Bob Riha Jr | Getty Images November 1, 2019 5 min read This story appears in the October 2019 issue of Green Entrepreneur. Subscribe…

Budget: Turnover limit for audit of MSME accounts now at `5 crore

Written by Aashish Aryan | New Delhi | Updated: February 2, 2020 12:56:47 pm “In order to reduce compliance burden … I propose to raise by five times the turnover threshold for audit from the existing rupees one crore to five crore,” said Sitharaman. Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises (MSME), which have a turnover up…

Building on your trust: Announcing SOC 2 compliance

Innovation doesn’t matter if it can’t be trusted, and that’s why we are committed to ensuring we deliver the highest standards of security for our customers. That has always been a guiding principle here at Intercom from our very earliest days. We aim to constantly deliver the most innovative products to our customers but we…
Nuno brushes off Football Leaks claims

Nuno brushes off Football Leaks claims

By PA Sport Last Updated: 23/11/18 3:42pm Nuno Espirito Santo was Jorge Mendes' first client Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo is "totally convinced" the club has no case to answer following the latest allegations made by Football Leaks. It has been claimed the relationship between Wolves and agent Jorge Mendes breaches Football Association rules.Published…

A government investigation found that Homeland Security mistakenly admitted some ‘potentially high-risk’ travelers into...

Global Entry, the US program that allows pre-approved travelers to get speedy clearance into the country, has serious security flaws.Those shortfalls were exposed by the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general in a new report last month.In four cases, travelers who should have been flagged were deemed low-risk. Additionally, some officers did not verify the…

HP targets businesses with its latest Chromebooks

What HP is really touting, though, is the "advanced security, flexible access, and simplified orchestration of Chrome Enterprise." Specifially, it said that its "Device as a Service" (DaaS) that's aimed at IT departments for security compliance, hardware health and more now supports Chrome Enterprise devices. That should scare Microsoft a bit, as both Dell and…
Startups: Embrace Cybersecurity Priorities From Day One

Startups: Embrace Cybersecurity Priorities From Day One

Amid the exuberance of the startup process, it’s easy to forget about the importance of cybersecurity. According to a 2015 report from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, only 29% of companies with less than 50 employees understand the steps needed to improve their cybersecurity efforts, a number much lower than more established companies. However, some…
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“Everything as a service” is coming—but we’re not there quite yet

you will service us — Getting there—if it's really what we want—means solving a few still-unsolved problems. Rob Pegoraro - Sep 10, 2019 2:00 pm UTC Enlarge / Artist's impression of the datacenter as a service.Aurich Lawson / GettyFor the past decade, information technology and cloud computing vendors have increasingly pushed the virtualization and abstraction…

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Donald Trump. Alex Wong/Getty Images The New York Times reported. The Trump Organization has licenses to run four city-owned facilities, such as the Trump Ferry Point golf course in the Bronx, The Times reported Wednesday, adding that in some instances the Trump Organization pays rent to the city while in other instances the president's namesake…

Members of Facebook’s ‘Crypto Mafia’ Reportedly Getting Cold Feet About Libra...

Human billionaire Mark Zuckerberg applies sunscreen to his human head using his human hand at the annual Sun Valley Conference on July 12, 2019 in Sun Valley, Idaho.Photo: Getty ImagesAt least two of the 28 entities that have signed on for Facebook’s planned Libra currency are now getting nervous about the project, according to a…

Baidu Censors the Internet in China—So Do Microsoft and Apple

Protesters carrying the numbers 6 and 4 to mark the date of the attack on demonstrators in Tiananmen Square in 1989.Chan Long Hei/Getty ImagesBaidu and social media platform Tencent block Tiananmen-related posts and pages to comply with the country’s authoritarian internet rules. Some US companies do their bit, too. Apple and Microsoft censor information in…

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