Five Things You Should Read

October 12, 2017

Compliance lessons from Hollywood's worst-kept secret, the invoice dilemma for small businesses, and tactics to survive networking.

Hacking Is Inevitable, So It's Time to Assume Our Data Will Be Stolen


It’s time to plan for what happens after our data is stolen.

Sexual Misconduct vs. Speaking Up

Compliance Week (subscription may be required)

Harvey Weinstein set the stage for his downfall decades earlier, when he began an extensive pattern of sexual misconduct and workplace predation that made him one of the worst-kept secrets in Tinseltown.

SMBs Turning To Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Because Of The Cloud


As enterprises collapse their technology and functional stacks through digital, it disrupts their talent model and leads to a new organizational risk.

To Pay or Not to Pay — Why It Shouldn't Be a Question

Accounting Today

For small businesses, unpredictable cash flow and non-ideal organizational structure can cause myriad roadblocks in completing payments in a timely and compliant manner.

Hate Schmoozing? A Former Googler Swears by These Tactics to Survive Networking Events


How introverts can make networking at large events and conference less anxiety-inducing.