Grant Elliott, the President and CEO of Ostendio, a B2B cybersecurity and risk management software company joins Enterprise Radio.
Robert Francis, the Chief Executive Officer at Planned Companies which provides industry leading Janitorial, Maintenance, Concierge and Security services joins Enterprise Radio.
While managing and maintaining the business can take up a lot of your time, energy, and effort, there are other aspects in the business that you may neglect or overlook. One of these is the security.
Dino Iuliano, the Chief Revenue Officer at Planned Companies which provides industry leading Janitorial, Maintenance, Concierge and Security services joins Enterprise Radio.
Being an entrepreneur takes energy, enthusiasm and an extra dash of get-up-and-go. The busy entrepreneur will be traveling a lot, and as they jump from client to investor to supplier, the entrepreneur’s car can get a lot of wear and tear through constant use.
We live in such a fast-paced world now. Most, if not all, Americans either own or have access to a mobile device daily. It is easier now, more than ever, to be at risk of credit card fraud, identity theft, viruses and so much more.
Many people in America have been asking questions about the new debit card chips. Many other countries have adapted to the new chip system called EMV, which stands for Europay, Mastercard, and Visa. This new nationwide system installs a small computer chip into your little plastic card… T uses!
Joe Liu, CEO of MivaTek International Inc., that offers turn-key ultra-secure, video-integrated lines of DIY security, video, safety, home control, and smart care solutions and services that give people greater real-time awareness and peace of mind joins Enterprise Radio.
As a small business, the idea of building a website might seem intimidating. You aren’t a programmer and wouldn’t know HTML if your life depended on it.
Your business data is one of the most valuable things you own. But, did you know that most businesses are “sitting ducks” when it comes to security? It’s true.
As medical recording becomes increasingly complex, inter-organizational collection and sharing of data has become increasingly common. This is especially true in occupational medicine, as maintenance of medical data is pretty much a moving target.
Mr. Derrick Parks, the President/CEO of Metropolitan Protective Services, Inc. talks about the recent Paris attacks and Ferguson, Missouri on this episode of Enterprise Radio. Mr. Parks founded and started MPSI with his background in police law enforcement.