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Top 10 physical security trends from the past decade

January 23rd, 2020 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “Top 10 physical security trends from the past decade”

“Often as we venture forward it is prudent to look back to see how we got here. The 2010s were an important decade for security and helped set the stage for our journey into the future.”

– Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security


It’s 2020, a new decade that will bring new security challenges and fast and furious innovation in the security industry. As we look forward to learning how to keep up with new threats and the tech to foil them, it is an excellent time to look back on the past 10 years of physical security innovation.

This article by Tracey Ades for Security Infowatch highlights ten of the most critical security trends of the 2010s and touches on how they changed security and may impact the future.

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The 10 Biggest Takeaways From CES 2020

January 14th, 2020 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “The 10 Biggest Takeaways From CES 2020”

“Foldable phones and laptops, high-speed computer chips, next-gen smart devices, and more, it was all there at CES 2020! Here are the ten biggest takeaways from the tech experts at CRN.”

– Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies


The Consumer Electronics Show is the largest technology show of the year, and you know we love technology! From 5G to robotics, AI just about everything in tech is on display at CES. We get excited about technology and are pretty sure you do too, so we’re happy to share this quick summary by Kyle Alspach, Dylan Martin, for CRN that highlights what they found to be the 10 Biggest Takeaways from this year’s extravaganza.

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6 Reasons Why Desktop Computers Are Better Than Laptops

January 10th, 2020 Posted by Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “6 Reasons Why Desktop Computers Are Better Than Laptops”

“Laptops for business are all the rage and offer many benefits. However, don’t count out the desktop computer just yet when considering computer purchases for your business.”

– Glenn Baruck, eDot


Business applications and the way we interact with computers are evolving. As laptops continue to increase in popularity, if you’re a small business owner, there are several considerations to take into account while deciding whether you and your employees should use a laptop or desktop computer at work.

If you are in the process of making this critical decision before you jump to conclusions, take a look at this article by Aaron Smith for Small Business Bonfire to get the 411 on laptops vs. desktops for you and your team.

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Experts weigh in on cybersecurity predictions for 2020

January 7th, 2020 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “Experts weigh in on cybersecurity predictions for 2020”

“As security teams and CSOs try to keep up, numerous new cybersecurity threats are lurking in 2020. Experts recommend cyber vigilance and a proactive strategic approach to avoid becoming a victim.”

– Glenn Baruck, eDot


A new year brings new threats. After grabbing headlines throughout 2019, cybersecurity threats are not going away in 2020. In fact, according to a recent survey of a prominent panel of cybersecurity experts, cybersecurity threats will increase in 2020 and will bring a new set of challenges for CSOs, IT departments, and security managers as the reliance on cloud applications and the IoT expand. This article by Steve Lasky for SecurityInfoWatch.com highlights The Top 6 Cyber Threats of 2020 identified by their panel of experts.

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31 Customer Service Stats to Know in 2020

January 3rd, 2020 Posted by Marketing, Sales, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs) 0 thoughts on “31 Customer Service Stats to Know in 2020”

“Price and quality are still important, but according to these stats, the customer experience may soon be king.”

– Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies


It’s a new year and a new decade. If you are in the business world, depend on customers for the success of your company and have approximately four minutes to spare this article is for you! We all know that excellent customer service is traditionally viewed as one of the essential ingredients to business success but has often taken a backseat to competitive prices and product quality. However, as we move forward into the ’20s, statistics indicate that customer service and the overall customer experience are gaining importance as customers focus on brands that provide additional value beyond the initial purchase.   This short article by Swetha Amaresanand for HubSpot takes a look at some thought-provoking customer service statistics that every customer-focused business person should be aware of moving into the new decade.

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Portland plans to propose the strictest facial recognition ban in the country

January 2nd, 2020 Posted by Security & Surveillance, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs), Technology 0 thoughts on “Portland plans to propose the strictest facial recognition ban in the country”

“Big brother is watching. Facial recognition has been a breakthrough for law enforcement and private security, but there are many concerns about the increased use of this technology.”

– Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies


In terms of security, facial recognition has provided authorities and private businesses with many benefits since its inception. The downside, however, has been the increasing concern from citizens and lawmakers concerning privacy issues. Specifically, many are worried about the use of facial recognition and the tracking of their distinctive features by governments and private companies. As the federal government plods along on developing new privacy laws, some cities are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to facial recognition technology.

This five-minute read by Sean Captain for FastCompany highlights the major concerns, what Portland, OR, is proposing and how it may set a precedent for other states as the debate continues.

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