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BYOD: How to Secure Your Employees’ Devices

Is your company ready to make the move toward greater employee flexibility and system accessibility? If so, you may want to consider extending a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) option to current employees. Before you implement any new practices, however, you’ll need to be sure you’re also prepared to supplement your current security measures to account for the […]


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Why 2016 Is the Year Your Small Business Should Embrace Business Intelligence

In the past, many small business leaders relied on their experience, intuition, and observations to guide their business decisions. While these factors continue to play an important role in running a company, business intelligence (BI) allows today’s executives to leverage concrete data and make more informed decisions about their organization. If taking your company to […]

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CES Update and the Internet of Things Featuring Shanee Birch, Senior Manager of Product Marketing at Frontier Secure

Gain Your Edge is a twice-monthly podcast on all things IT. This week’s podcast focuses on the Internet of Things. Plus, we get an extra bonus – a report from the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. With our guest, Shanee Birch, we explore the implications and applications of the Internet of Things. From smart controls and […]

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Building Your Brand

“A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You earn reputation by trying to do hard things well.” -Jeff Bezos Branding is an essential element of marketing. Done well, a brand should be the guiding light for the organization. Above all, you need to know what you stand for, and it […]


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Fostering Company Culture

Building Leaders A successful organization requires an inspiring and shared mission at its core, something that we have always held paramount at Frontier.   With a strong company culture securely in place, capable leadership follows suit, which goes on to positively impact our employees by creating a supportive environment where they can leverage their talents […]


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Reading into Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions are great motivators to refresh in terms of self-improvement, and to positively set the tone for your upcoming year. They do not always need to be extravagant, nor wholly life-changing. Sometimes simple, viable resolutions can have a ripple effect, naturally leading to larger-scale improvements and an overall sense of betterment. One of […]


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Top 5 Degrees for Aspiring Women Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship matters. It is crucial to fostering innovation and has been key to fueling economic growth in the United States. Seen as symbolic of the American Dream, entrepreneurship inspires a sense of optimism among Americans. While there have been dramatic increases in startup activity across the country, women made up only 36.8% of all new […]


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Frontier Communications Announces Planned Board Chairman Succession

NORWALK, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:FTR) today announced its planned succession in the leadership of its Board of Directors, effective April 1, 2016. Maggie Wilderotter, the Company’s CEO for ten and one-half years and its Executive Chairman since April 1, 2015, will be succeeded as Chairman by Pamela D. A. Reeve. Reeve joined the […]


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6 Tax Deductions Your Home-Based Business Is Missing

Small-business owners: you may be cheating yourself out of hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars in tax deductions because of lazy accounting. Every year, businesses overpay their taxes because they’ve overlooked valuable deductions. These small businesses either aren’t aware of available deductions, don’t keep detailed records, or simply don’t want to do the […]


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14 Things to Remember when Transitioning from a Home Office to a Commercial Office

As a small-business owner working from home, there will come a time when you will have to ask yourself whether you should stay in your home office or make the move to a commercial space. The benefits of working from home are vast — the low overhead and cost of transportation, for example, are top […]


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