After three weeks of learning about the harvesting and manipulation of our personal information by Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, and last week's high-profile questioning of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the key takeaway seems to be the very disturbing realization that absolutely no one knows who is supposed to be protecting your privacy.
In an effort to attract the best recruits, programs across the country have poured millions of dollars into constructing lavish, state-of-the-art athletics facilities.
The online design tool allows people to create custom map posters to commemorate their “favorite city, birth place, first kiss, or any important place in time.”
When John Rozelle began cutting stone in 1991, his operation was so primitive he sometimes jokes that he used to work in his bare feet.
For even a small business, responding to a data breach can be a major expense and a costly distraction from managing the enterprise.
There's almost no way you don't know something about the Cambridge Analytica-Facebook snafu.
Often, I raise an eyebrow when I see a company or colleague hire a college intern to manage their social media.
The best ideas often come to us from outside our own fields of practice, so recently I jumped at the opportunity to attend a day-long workshop with Greenville’s Design Thinkers Group.
In spending nearly two decades working with business owners and leaders, I often see some of the same stress I have when buying a car in their faces as I talk to them about their website.
In a pond dominated by large tech giants, TPM Inc. might appear to be a small fish. But the Greenville-based enterprise has continued to punch above its weight with its focus on providing a depth of resources, innovation, and quality customer service.
If you’ve been in business for a cycle or two, you’ve already learned one crucial lesson: Studies and reports are where good ideas go to die.
Chris Gesswein has more than 20 years of experience bringing various technologies from concept to market working as a new product development and technology transfer specialist for early-stage startups as well as large multinational companies.
The school, known as Carolina Code School, offers a 12-week full-time web development immersive course to prepare college students and working professionals for a career in software development – no coding experience required.
From 2008 to 2017, patents granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office that have at least one inventor living in South Carolina outpaced the national trend.
The firm invested more than $4 million in 20 companies across the Southeast and closed its second co-investment fund with more than $3 million in committed capital.