Registered Vs. Licensed Architects: A New Law Changes Terminology

When a law changes, it’s not uncommon for there to be questions. After all, we all want to obey the law, right? Well, an upcoming change in the architectural world, which will go into effect November 1, is raising some eyebrows and causing a lot of concern…more than normal. And, I get it. But, let me be the first to reassure you, it’s not as worrisome as it sounds. You see, the Iowa Architectural Examining Board recently updated its rules due to a new law, which changes terminology from … [Read more...]

Now Debuting: The Grinch Who Stole Your App Credentials

‘Tis the season for holiday shopping! I know, that line is incredibly cliché, and between now and when the holidays are over, you’ll likely hear it again and again in stores, on advertisements, and through the media. But it’s true. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday right around the corner, stores decked out for the holidays, and online deals beginning to pop up everywhere you look, that “cliché” is right on. This year, though, just like in years past, shopping should come with a warning label. … [Read more...]

Now Debuting: The Grinch Who Stole Your App Credentials

‘Tis the season for holiday shopping! I know, that line is incredibly cliché, and between now and when the holidays are over, you’ll likely hear it again and again in stores, on advertisements, and through the media. But it’s true. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday right around the corner, stores decked out for the holidays, and online deals beginning to pop up everywhere you look, that “cliché” is right on. This year, though, just like in years past, shopping should come with a warning label. … [Read more...]

Protecting the Keys to Your Kingdom

If you were asked to give all your company’s money, data, and details about your employees to a stranger on the street who will watch over it for you…would you? Seems crazy. That’s a lot of very important information you’ve just been asked to simply hand to someone. Here’s the thing. You’re probably already doing this (in a very roundabout way). What I’m talking about specifically relates to third-party vendors. Today, many companies depend on third-party vendors to collect, store, and process … [Read more...]