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  • By Justin
  • Posted on 10/04/2018

Do Small Businesses Need An NDA

Most people have been asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) once in their life. It appears to be a standard practice for companies to ask for one. What is an NDA to be exact?

It's a contract that ensures that a company's sensitive data is not being shared without some type of permission. Anybody who signs the NDA promises to keep confidential and proprietary information private. This contract can be one-sided or mutually agreed upon, depending on the information to be protected.

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  • By Justin
  • Posted on 10/01/2018

7 Key Tips To Help Business Owners Ease Their Tax-Time Burden

A small business owner cannot afford to file their taxes late, as tax penalties for doing so could hit 5 percent a month. Small business owners need to make sure they file their taxes on time each year by staying organized and getting the tax documents together way ahead of time. What are some time and money saving tips that small business owners need to keep in mind to ensure their business taxes are not as painful?

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  • By Justin
  • Posted on 09/25/2018

Cloudflare Offering New DNS Resolver Service

Cloudflare has launched a DNS service aimed at increasing your Internet speed and ensuring it stays private.

The service - 1.1.1.1 - is a real DNS resolver that anybody may use.

According to Cloudflare, it's the "Internet's fastest, privacy-first consumer DNS service." Although people can choose to use Google DNS and Open DNS, Cloudflare is putting heavy attention on privacy using its own DNS service with the promise it would delete all DNS query logs in 24 hours.

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  • By Justin
  • Posted on 11/01/2017

Anonymous Business Owner Claims Groupon Making Huge Accounting Mistakes

According to one small business owner using Groupon to attain new clients, an accounting oddity cost her $2,000. She’s sharing her story in the hopes that other small business owners are not caught unaware when they work similar third-party sites.

The owner spoke a condition of anonymity because of her contract with Groupon, which has a clause that stipulates that nothing derogatory can be said against the site.

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  • By Justin
  • Posted on 10/23/2017

MIT Graduates Receive Digital Diplomas Due To Machine Learning Partnership

More than 100 MIT graduates were issued digital diplomas as part of the university’s pilot project using Bitcoin’s blockchain.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) provided the diplomas via the Blockcerts Wallet app, giving graduates to share a tamper-free and verifiable digital version of their certificate with people including potential employers.

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