A comprehensive library of industry-related technology articles for reps, and the manufacturers that use them. Many thanks to AutoQuotes, KCL, Orgo, and TMC Digital Media for their contributions. 

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On the Bean Bag with TMC: Inbound 18 Key Takeaways
by Eric MacPherson TMC Digital Media

Inbound 18 was in Boston last week hosted by HubSpot. It is our MAFSI Conference.

25,000 of the world's most successful marketers, salespeople, technology geeks, and executives come together every year to discuss go-to-market strategies.

What are our key takeaways? What did we learn this year? Find out in my latest episode of On The Bean Bag with TMC... >>>>>


Importing Information Saves Time & Money
by Orgo, Inc.

One of the questions we frequently get from customers is how do to reduce the amount of time it takes to enter information into Orgo? We have been listening and have developed some powerful tools that are designed to reduce the amount of time required to get information into Orgo. We started by examining the way information is being provided to rep firms from a variety of sources. As a result of this research, we identified some interesting opportunities to work with this information in much more efficient ways. We then proceeded to developed a set of importing tools designed to take the information you receive and quickly import it into Orgo within a matter of minutes. >>>>> 


Ransomware – What You Need to Know
by AutoQuotes

Ransomware has been in the news quite a bit lately. Hackers find vulnerabilities in a victim’s computer system and insert code that encrypts the victim’s files, making them inaccessible by the victim. The hackers will send a decryption key for the “hostage” files only when the “ransom” is paid. A very public example of ransomware recently occurred with the City of Atlanta – hackers infected the city’s computer systems and demanded an approximate $50,000 payment. News reports said the city spent more than $2 million trying to correct the issue, and there has been no confirmation whether the city ever actually paid the ransom.  >>>>>

 


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