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Roseann Freitas

Ransomware Attacks Are Rising. Here’s a Plan for Protecting Your Small Business.

Over the July Fourth weekend, a cybercrime operation infiltrated a network-monitoring tool powered by software company Kaseya, taking hostage 800 – 1,500 small and medium-sized business files. REvil, the operation responsible for the attack, demanded $70 million to release the files.

COVID-19 Relief Is Still Out There. Here’s A List Of Options For Your Small Business.

Small businesses needing financial assistance as a result of the pandemic can still connect with economic relief programs offered on both the federal and state levels.

Trustdemic

Trust is in shorter supply right now. According to the 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer, a pandemic and its resulting economic instability produced an overall increase in mistrust among U.S. citizens.

Hiring a Reliable and Trustworthy Contractor

Tips for hiring a reliable and trustworthy contractor.

Hawaii Locals Should Seek Trustworthy Help as Flooding Continues

If your home or business experienced damage as a result of these week’s flooding, it’s important to connect with repair services you can trust.

Back to Business Series Recap with the Small Business Administration

The four-part, weekly webinar brought in-demand topics to businesses of all sizes. Here’s what you missed and how you can get caught up

5 Things to Know About the Second Set of PPP Loans

As PPP2 loans start roll out, it’s important to note how this most recent opportunity for aid differs from its predecessor.

Add Trust to your Online Holiday Shopping List

With the scarcity of hot ticket items and looking for the best price, consumers can find themselves at the short-end of a con

How to Build an Agile Company and Team

Agility is the ability to adapt, change, or respond to an outer stimulus in a speedy, yet effective manner. Something every business should adopt.

How Restaurant Owners Can Plan for a Lengthy Pandemic

Navigating COVID requirements is challenging, especially for the restaurant industry. Depending on the city, county, and state, restaurant owners must limit their building’s capacity, require the use of face masks, sanitize facilities, and follow contact tracing guidelines. Beyond requirements, here's what restaurant owners can do to further the safety of their customers.

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