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     If you remember someone who lived through the Great Depression, you have a story about their quirks. There was the grandmother who saved aluminum foil for months; the uncle who never turned on the heat or air no matter how cold or hot it got; the elderly neighbor who died with way too much cash in odd places throughout his home; or the guy who cut the ignition on his truck and coasted down every hill to save fuel. We shook our heads at them then and marvel now at how the Depression affected them for life. Read More

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     If you are not educating your employees on cybersecurity best practices, you are missing the biggest opportunity for improvement in your entire cybersecurity profile. Your employees have business-need access to a lot of important data, and their ability to protect that data — or to inadvertently let it walk out the door of your organization — is strongRead More

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    The primary purpose of the coalition is to support a more competitive and balanced marketplace in public golf that is both supportive of the golf course owner, operator, PGA professional and the golf consumer. This will be accomplished by promoting adoption of online tee time guidelines and best practices among technology companies, online agents, marketers, golf course operators, general consumers, and the media.Read More

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