Why You Should Be Investing In Employee Development

A well-trained and self-assured employee is going to do better work for you. Yet some employers have a hard time viewing employee development programs as anything but a waste of time or money. However, investing in the further education of your employees actually pays off in the long run. We’ve outlined three reasons why investing in the future of your employees through continuing education and training is an important and profitable decision for your business.

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The Hosting Partner HIPAA Compliance Checklist

HIPAA compliance is vital in the Healthcare Industry. Beyond the hefty cost of a HIPAA violation, the irreversible damage to an organization’s reputation can be even more devastating. An escalating number of healthcare providers are turning to a Cloud Hosting Provider to take on the accountability of their compliance.

7 Requirements to look for in a HIPAA Compliant Hosting Partner

Reviewing Your 2017 IT Budget

As 2016 rapidly comes to an end, now is the ideal time to determine what role IT will have for your business in the next year. Whether you’ve exceeded revenue goals for 2016, or are eager to put this year behind you, one thing is certain: 2017 is almost here and changes are happening. Your budget may already be in the works for next year but we urge you to take another look in preparation for 2017. As industries evolve, technology continues to advance.

Here are four items your business can’t afford to miss in the 2017 IT budget:

Compliance and Ethics: An Investment, Not a Cost

Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week places the spotlight on the importance of examining your company and its accordance with industry laws and regulations. Standards are constantly changing due to the increasing accessibility of private information. Having the time or budget to do an audit can be overwhelming. It is tempting to assume that your current resources are up to par and push off a compliance and ethics audit until a later date. However, compliance can and should be viewed as an investment rather than a painful expense.