Category Archives: Startup

Cybersecurity ROI: Still a tough sell

Panelists at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium agree that selling top management on the value of “something that doesn’t happen” is tricky. How do you convince a company board of directors that there is a return on investment (ROI) for something that doesn’t happen? Read here…

Houston, we have a problem…in startup project management

Today I’m talking about failures to launch, for software products that is.  Consider this here a brief introduction for future lectures in essential startup project management because this is an epidemic amongst inexperienced entrepreneurs looking to get in on a red hot dot-com 2.0 industry.  Lets start with a few questions: Are you pushing out […]
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Why we are proud of being veteran-owned

A lot of businesses you see are veteran-owned (including ours), they just don’t advertise it very often.  It may be because of the negative connotations it once carried in previous eras or some other reason altogether, but they should display it loud and proud for reasons I will explain here. Veterans start and operate businesses […]
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