Good Things Come in Three’s (Audio)

Episode #21 - Stephen Sweeney, COO at 3coast, lists and explains the three points that a business should focus on because they, if done well and consistently over time, will make your business grow. [ca_audio url_mp3="//www.3coast.com/audio/3_things_1-14.mp3" url_ogg="//www.3coast.com/audio/3_things_1-14.mp3" css_class="codeart-google-mp3-player" autoplay="false" download="false" html5="false"]

Technology at Your Fingertips (Audio)

Episode #20 - Jason Kuhn, CIO of 3coast, discusses how a business can improve their processes using the technology they already own right there at their fingertips. [ca_audio url_mp3="//www.3coast.com/audio/Tech_at_fingertips.mp3" url_ogg="//www.3coast.com/audio/Tech_at_fingertips.mp3" css_class="codeart-google-mp3-player" autoplay="false" download="false" html5="false"]

One Secret to Managing and Maximizing Company Cash Flow

Most companies lack good visibility into their spending. Visibility into your spending gives your company a competitive edge by providing insight on how to manage and maximize cash flow, manage and forecast business costs, and monitor supplier performance. Studies show that only 4% of companies have a real-time look into their spending, and 69% have limited to no visibility. Continue reading

The Secret to Better Managing Project Expectations

From project initiation to delivery, expectations should be monitored and managed to ensure success. What are expectations, and who owns them? Expectations are a two-way street between the client and project team, brought together through clear and constant communication. Project expectations are the client’s vision of the results of the service or action provided. This can be stated or unstated. Either way, expectations are critical to project success.
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How Protected is Your Network Against Employee Theft?

Insider theft is on the rise. Displaced workers are abusing their corporate data access to steal, exploit and damage information networks. In a survey of 800 worldwide CIOs, more than 40% agreed that displaced employees were the biggest threat to vital information. International companies are estimated to have lost more than $1 trillion in intellectual property last year. What steps are taking to ensure your most precious asset – your data – is protected? Continue reading