Tag: employee

7 Data Protection Strategies for Your Environment

7 Data Protection Strategies for Your Environment

Doug Booth

As the person in charge of data protection and security in your office (or even in your personal life), you may just break out in cold sweat once you realize all the sensitive data your users have stored up on their devices. You wonder, “How in the world can I… Read More »

Data Security in Your Workplace

Data Security in Your Workplace

Mandy Padgett

Data. Arguably the most valuable commodity on earth and easily one of the highest risk. Let’s talk data security. The Data Security Problem Large numbers of our modern-day workforce are equipped with laptops as the primary method for getting work done. There are essentially armies with portable vulnerabilities loose everywhere. Not to… Read More »

3 Ways Old Computers Tax Your Business

3 Ways Old Computers Tax Your Business

Mandy Padgett

Every tool in business has a lifecycle. Your desk chair will eventually lose its spring, launching you backward when you try to sit. You’ll recycle it and buy a new one. Your printer will jam one time too many and one day the paper won’t feed at all, so you’ll… Read More »

Lean Six Sigma 101

Lean Six Sigma 101

Ashwin Malik

What is Lean Six Sigma? Maybe you’ve heard of it before; maybe you haven’t. Lean: The systematic reduction or elimination of waste within a process or system, revealing the aspects of a process that add value and those that do not. Six Sigma: Reducing variation in quality of the products… Read More »

Should Your Business Buy or Lease Computer Hardware?

Should Your Business Buy or Lease Computer Hardware?

Aaron Padgett

For your IT department, buying computer hardware outright can be an extremely expensive capital outlay, especially for cash-strapped startups and small businesses looking to build a product first, reap the rewards later. For such businesses, it may make sense to lease your laptops and electronics instead of purchasing. Even for larger, more established… Read More »

Workspace Photo Perspectives

Workspace Photo Perspectives

Alyssa Bean

What does your workspace look like? They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, here’s a challenge: Take a picture of your office workspace. What does it tell you? About yourself? About your company? What are you communicating to the rest of the world? Does it align with… Read More »

The 5 Pillars of Process Iteration

The 5 Pillars of Process Iteration

Doug Booth

Ever wonder what something as simple as iteration can do to an individual? A team? A company? Look no further! Iteration is a constant. Individually, these two words are polar opposites. Iterate (to obtain successively closer approximations to the solution of a problem or to improve a system) implies movement… Read More »

Career Fairs: From Recruited to Recruiter

Career Fairs: From Recruited to Recruiter

Ashwin Malik

Why on earth would you wear that to career fairs? I’m a recent graduate turned engineer turned writer (a story for another time) at Multiply. Recently, I stepped up to also play a part as company recruiter at a career fair. Having attended my last career fairs as a pleading… Read More »

Interns For Indiana Press Release

Interns For Indiana Press Release

Aaron Padgett

A press release was issued yesterday by the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program at Purdue University, West Lafayette. It describes Multiply’s positive experience with the Interns for Indiana/Interns for Entrepreneurship Program in the summer of 2015, when we hosted Engineering Operations Intern Ashwin Malik for 8 weeks. Interns For Indiana Here is a… Read More »