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Author Archives : Jamie Ziglar

Congratulations to Jamie Ziglar!

On March 9, 2021, Posted by , In News and Events, With No Comments

We’d like to give a huge congratulations to our CRO, Jamie Ziglar! Jamie has taken on the honor and role of Corporate Walk Chair for the 2021 New Orleans Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night event; for the last two years, he has served on the Executive Committee of Light…

Artificial Intelligence: Better Living (and Working) through Automation

On January 19, 2021, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Artificial intelligence, also referred to by the simpler term AI, has long been the holy grail of futurists, science fiction authors, and fantasists alike. Even before we established the concept of computer science, the notion of mechanized entities capable of learning, thinking, and acting on their own was a popular subject for…

Touchless Business: A New Era

On January 14, 2021, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected individuals and businesses across the globe in a manner that rings with permanence. Many businesses that were previously successful are now left baffled as to how they should adjust their business models. To work effectively in this new age of touchless business, we need to adopt…

Automating Business Processes – How Can You Be Better?

On January 7, 2021, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

If last year taught us anything, it was that small to medium businesses need to adapt with the times if they want to stay open. Social distancing and crowd restrictions drove all of us to figure out ways to retain our clientele without dealing with them face-to-face. Online business transactions,…

Are Your Apps Dangerous?

On December 21, 2020, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Apps make the modern technology world go ‘round. If it weren’t for apps, smartphones and other mobile devices wouldn’t be nearly as useful. Of course, there are many factors to consider before using an app. You should ask yourself, could this be a potentially dangerous app? This is especially true…