Posts in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs)

Guidelines for Setting Camera Field of View

August 8th, 2019 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “Guidelines for Setting Camera Field of View”

“While it may seem simple, setting up a security camera’s field of view is critical to its overall effectiveness in protecting your business or home.”

– Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security


Security cameras are a useful tool in protecting your business or home; however, setting them up correctly significantly affects their usefulness. One important aspect of setting up a security camera is its field of view. Getting the proper field of view for your specific application takes a bit of skill and some patience as well. Forget about the rules you follow when taking a photo or recording video for entertainment purposes and remember what you need these cameras to “see.”

This article by ERIC OLSON for Security Infowatch provides you with some critical guidelines that will help ensure that you get your cameras set up correctly to see the whole picture.

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How To Avoid The Most Common School Security Design Mistakes

August 8th, 2019 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “How To Avoid The Most Common School Security Design Mistakes”

“If you are responsible for or concerned with physical security in your school or facility, this article, and related webinars could help you avoid critical mistakes.”

– Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security


Having good security equipment is only part of the equation, as pointed out in this article by Ray Bernard for SECURITYINFOWATCH. Shortcutting proper security design in the rush to “do something” can have devastating consequences for educational and other types of facilities. According to Bernard, there is a typical security design mistake that occurs in many types of facilities, but the impact of it can be significantly higher on schools, whose incident response requirements are greater than many other organizations.

Check out this valuable article and the links to related webinars to learn more about the most common security mistakes. While much of what is covered is common knowledge among trained and experienced security design consultants, security practitioners and others responsible for facility physical security risk management it may be helpful to you when implementing a new system or updating your current one.

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The Rise Of Insider Threats: Key Trends To Watch

July 16th, 2019 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “The Rise Of Insider Threats: Key Trends To Watch”

“Internal cyber attacks are on the rise and must be taken seriously. How do organizations prevent them? Get the latest insights here from TechBeacon.”

– Glenn Baruck, eDot


When it comes to security threats, companies have to prepare for a variety of issues. Insider cybersecurity threats have always been a concern but are becoming more prevalent as systems continue to be more interconnected. In a recent study conducted by Cybersecurity, Insiders showed that 53% of the organizations experienced an insider attack themselves. As these numbers continue to grow, 64% of organizations surveyed said they are now putting their focus on detecting insider threats and preventing attacks from happening. Also, 86% already have or are working on creating a program to prevent insider attacks.

There are many new developments in this fast-paced area, and keeping up with the latest best practices can be a challenge. This recent article by Yuri Martsinovsky for TechBeacon gives a good overview of what is happening and touches on some of the latest preventative measures companies are employing.

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The Dangers Of Breach Fatigue-And How To Take Action

July 11th, 2019 Posted by Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “The Dangers Of Breach Fatigue-And How To Take Action”

“Data breaches are costly! However, you can do more to prevent them by combating breach fatigue within your organization.”

– Glenn Baruck, eDot


Fact: According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, 9,033 data breaches have been made public since 2005, or about 1.77 breaches a day, on average. In light of these staggering numbers, experts say that breach fatigue is now common amongst consumers. Also, what we are now learning is that the breach fatigue also exists within organizations as well, and it presents a significant problem.

One of the significant dangers of breach fatigue is complacency, both in individual employees and within organizations as a whole. So how can business and technology leaders combat the risks of breach fatigue within their employees and broader processes? Learn about how you can take action against organizational breach fatigue and in this recent article written by Jadee Hanson, for TechBeacon.

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Customer Satisfaction 101: A Guide

June 7th, 2019 Posted by Marketing, Sales, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs) 0 thoughts on “Customer Satisfaction 101: A Guide”

“Business 101 sometimes needs revisiting. Without a satisfied customer base, you have no business.”

– Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies


As business owners, many factors influence sustained success. One major component that is the undisputed champion of successful companies is customer satisfaction. In most markets, the essential truth is that if you do not satisfy your customers, someone else will. Also, if your customers are not happy, there is a high likelihood that they will tell someone else about their bad experience. Finally, even if you have outstanding closers when making the initial sale, if you cannot sustain a high level of customer satisfaction odds are that your customers will not return to buy from you again.

Therefore, if you are a business owner or a marketer, it is critical that you make sure your customers stay happy with your business. However, how do you do that? Well, that’s where this helpful infographic guide from knowledge base software provider Helpjuice comes in. Initially shared by Vahe Habeshian for MarketingProfs, this quick and easy read will provide useful insights on satisfaction impact, drivers, measurement metrics, and principles.

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30 Years of the World Wide Web: A Detailed Timeline

May 31st, 2019 Posted by Marketing, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “30 Years of the World Wide Web: A Detailed Timeline”

“30 years may seem like an eternity, but in the realm of history, it’s just the blink of an eye. Check out this cool infographic to uncover the brief 30-year history of The World Wide Web.”

– Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies


Hard to imagine but “The World Wide Web” was conceived only 30 years ago, in March 1989! It was the brainchild of British engineer and computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, who then went on to create HTTP, HTML, a browser and WYSIWYG editor for webpages, and later the URL structure we now know. Little did Berners-Lee know that his original vision would forever alter the way the world shops, communicates and goes about almost everything in our daily lives.

This brief insight and fun infographic by Vahe Habeshian for MarketingProfs reveal the history of The World Wide Web and its unparalleled growth into the fabric of our society.

Bonus link! Here is a fun piece from FastCompany about MIT cracking the code on the internet time capsule MIT just cracked open historic time capsule

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