IE3 The Week of June 7: Here’s What Happened
On the move. It’s hard to keep track of employees’ time when they aren’t normally in the office. But some contractors have found a way to thwart this problem, and one such contractor, Thomas Costea, shared his story with IE3. Read it.
Keeping costs down. The past decade has seen some of the highest gas prices ever and it’s really put a hurt on mobile business. Thankfully the cost has declined this year, but there are still a lot things you can do to save money. IE3 takes a look at those things and shares some tips with you. Read it.
The breach came from inside. No wants to be hacked, but in this day and age it’s more likely to happen than not. But what you may not realize is that the reason the breach often occurs in that your employees are not securing things as good as they should be. IE3 explains how to make sure that this isn’t how your company gets hacked. Read it.
You shouldn’t be surprised. Recently the Department of Labor has requested information on the impact of employees using electronic/mobile devices outside the work environment. While this isn’t a surprise, it likely will have an impact on contractors if they purpose a rule. ACCA’s Hilary Atkins has the details on what’s going on and when we might see something official. Read it.
What’s a ton any way? OK, that is sort of a rhetorical question, because we all know what a ton is, but many customers don’t understand what a “Ton of air” is and it makes for some funny situations. So, Building Science Expert Allison Bailes shares how to explain “tons” to your customers in an easy way, so they understand what you are doing in their home. Read it.
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