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Hackers Use Google to Steal Corporate Data and What it Means for Your Organization

Sophisticated hackers recently used a previously unknown strategy to cover their tracks in an elaborate scheme to steal data from corporate and government computers. If you deal with sensitive digital information of any type, you need to be aware of this attack and the ever-evolving threat that hackers like this create. The issue was first… Read more »

Salary Negotiation – From the Candidate's Perspective

A salary negotiation can be both a golden opportunity and a major source of anxiety. As a new hire, you don’t want to hold out for too much, or make your employment entirely incumbent on compensation. But at the same time, you want your skills and experience to be appropriately valued by your employer. You… Read more »

The Squires Group, Inc. makes BBJ’s Top 50 Woman-Owned Business List

Annapolis, MD, September 12, 2014 – The Squires Group, Inc. (TSGi) announced that it has been named in Baltimore Business Journal’s (BBJ) 50 Largest Woman-Owned Business list. BBJ publishes this list on an annual basis and the ranking is based on prior year revenue. TSGi was ranked #9 on this list published on September 5,… Read more »

ServiceNow – What is It and What are the Latest Trends?

If you have been involved with IT in any capacity over the last 10 years, you have probably heard the name ServiceNow. That is because in just a short period of time, this platform-as-a-service provider has become one of the major players in the world of IT management. And with the company increasingly servicing the… Read more »

Top Managers Know How to Let Their Employees Excel – Here's a Few Tips

As a manager, the majority of your goals can be accomplished by focusing on just one – bringing out the best in your employees. After all, if your team is going above and beyond, you are likely keeping costs in check, meeting deadlines, and maximizing your productivity. Unfortunately, getting the best out of people is… Read more »

Career Look In – Medical Education Development Coordinator

The rapidly transitioning field of healthcare is producing a number of new job opportunities, including positions for professionals that have experience with grant application and development. As healthcare administrators of all types try to evolve their service offerings, they are turning to Medical Education Development Coordinators to work with offices of higher education and government… Read more »

Is Now the Time to Implement the “Next Version?”

The pace of technological change is faster than ever, and that is creating an unexpected dilemma for many companies. Technologies that they have relied on for years are quickly becoming obsolete, while the price and capability of new technologies is improving all the time. That is forcing companies to ask if now is the time… Read more »

How do You Hire the Right People for Below Market Compensation?

  With there being so much competition these days for a limited number of contracts and a selective group of customers, some businesses are finding that they have to cut compensation in order to lower overall costs. This is especially true in the federal marketplace where labor rates are one of the only budget items… Read more »

Recipe Corner – Strawberry Trifle

Ingredients: 1 pound of strawberries, diced 16 oz tub of Cool Whip Large box of instant vanilla pudding mix 1 pound cake, cut into small chunks 14 oz can Sweetened condensed milk 1 tsp almond extract 1 ½ cups cold water Mix water, sweetened condensed milk, almond extract and pudding mix together. Chill in the… Read more »