Going Back to College: Alum Alek Pirkhalo on Giving School a Second Chance
Going Back to College: Alum Alek Pirkhalo on Giving School a Second Chance
Read More
Sometimes the path to success is a winding one. It may take unpredictable twists and turns and require you to reinvent yourself, but when you finally arrive at your desired destination, the journey to achieving your goals delivers a sense of accomplishment unlike any other.
Starting a Small Business: Advice for Entrepreneurs from a DeVry Alum
Starting a Small Business: Advice for Entrepreneurs from a DeVry Alum
Read More
There are 30.7 million small businesses—defined as firms with fewer than 500 employees—in the U.S., making up roughly 99% of all businesses in the country. And while many people dream of starting a small business one day, getting your company up and running requires patience, perseverance and an entrepreneurial mindset.
Even Diligent Medical Offices are Vulnerable to Cyber Crime
Even Diligent Medical Offices are Vulnerable to Cyber Crime
Read More
A key to medicine is prevention and treatment. The same is true for computer technology. Many medical offices assume that their technology is protected and secure, but even those offices that take accepted protective measures may be leaving their patient data vulnerable.
Three Technology Upgrades CPAs Should Make Now
Three Technology Upgrades CPAs Should Make Now
Read More
As a CPA, you are increasingly reliant on technology to navigate the world of accounting and finance. A 2019 Sage report suggests that 90 percent of accountants feel that there is a cultural shift in accountancy that leans toward technological adoption.
Palatine IT Company Helps Chicago Charter School Graduate to a More Secure IT Operation
Palatine IT Company Helps Chicago Charter School Graduate to a More Secure IT Operation
Read More
Our relationship with Chicago Collegiate is an important one for us because we recognize the importance of safe IT for schools and not-for-profits. Too many schools experience IT interruption because they failed to upgrade their security technologies, leaving their school vulnerable to hacking that impacts students and faculty," according to Alek Pirkhalo, a partner for Infiniwiz.