This is the question that many of us are asking ourselves in light of recent events. The revelation that Cambridge Analytica, an upstart voter-profiling company, improperly accessed, stored and potentially misused data from millions of Facebook profiles without user consent has left many feeling confused, angry and insecure. The hashtag #deletefacebook was rampant on Twitter […]
The Partner The Electrical Training Institute is one of the nation’s premier training centers for the Union Construction Industry. This advanced apprenticeship program is a joint venture of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 481 and the National Electrical Contractors Association. The Institute offers apprentices highly skilled trade experience and career development in the […]
It’s not difficult to see that technology has reshaped our world over the past decade. The business sector in particular has experienced huge shifts as a result of innovative technology; large corporations and small businesses alike are adjusting the modulating technological landscape. 2018 is well underway, and as we move forward, we must anticipate what […]
A recent market study performed by the U.S. Small Business Administration revealed some disconcerting information. According to the study, the majority of small businesses recognize that technologies are changing businesses across industries and agree that technology could be leveraged to achieve better outcomes for their respective organizations. However, in spite of this, 66% of small […]
AIS recently received the William G. Mays Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award, presented by the Indiana Minority Business Magazine (IMBM) during their 13th Annual Champions of Diversity Awards Dinner. This incredible award is one of only three distinct honors given at the event, and it recognizes AIS as an organization that has garnered business success while […]
In large corporations the Chief Information Officer (CIO) manages the IT infrastructure and ensures that technology aligns with and facilitates broader business objectives. Unfortunately, most small to mid-sized organizations cannot afford to finance this full-time, executive position. Luckily, there are ways to effectively leverage technology while controlling costs. Virtual Chief Information Officer (vCIO) services offer […]
Today’s ever-evolving security landscape can be incredibly intimidating. Now more than ever, organizations face the heightened threat of serious breaches against limited IT resources and inadequate defenses. Managed security services provide small to mid-sized businesses with much-needed security resources at affordable costs. Consider the following 5 reasons to make the switch to managed security.
In exciting news, AIS recently received the William G. Mays Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award, presented by the Indiana Minority Business Magazine (IMBM) during their 13th Annual Champions of Diversity Awards Dinner. In the entrepreneurial spirit of this incredible honor, AIS has launched two new premium services:
The Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality regulations were put in place in 2015 during the Obama administration when Democrats controlled the F.C.C. These rules were dismantled just last month by a vote from the now Republican controlled F.C.C. led by the commission’s new chairman, Ajit Pai.
“Your face is your password.” You’ve probably seen Apple’s recent promotions of the iPhone X and its Face ID capabilities. With Face ID, your iPhone X will recognize your face and open at a glance, whether you are in total darkness or have grown a beard. Apple is not the only tech company embracing facial […]