Tag: workplace

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 »

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 »

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 »

7 Mac OSX Easter Eggs You Missed in the Hunt!

7 Mac OSX Easter Eggs You Missed in the Hunt!

Mandy Padgett

Okay, I’m speaking specifically to the Mac OSX users of the world right now. Windows people, feel free to go refill your coffee or do a Ctrl+Alt+Del and unfreeze whatever stuck apps are making your computer lag. I’m kidding. Seriously. Mac OSX users. We all understand that Macs are designed… 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 »

Nurturing a Positive Company Culture

Nurturing a Positive Company Culture

Alyssa Bean

There’s this saying that goes, “Don’t mix business with pleasure.” Alright, I get it, personal life and professional life should be separate, but why can’t business bring pleasure? Here lies the magic of a happy you and happy employees who aren’t staring at the clock every 30 seconds itching to… Read More »

Asset Provisioning? Everything Will Be Alright

Asset Provisioning? Everything Will Be Alright

Janet Schwind

I see the fear in their eyes. I feel their anxiety. Blindly handing over your laptop to be refreshed and just “trusting” that all your data’s going to come back in one piece, well, that takes a lot of faith. As does going on with your workday and all its demands without… Read More »