If you’re using a personal Box, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive or other consumer-grade file sync and sharing cloud applications, listen up! These applications pose a huge threat to your company because company data can be spread far and wide without central oversight of what information is being shared with whom.
By Mike DuBose In our last article, we discussed the fascinating subject of dreaming and how restful sleep is far better than owning gold. We recently examined eight medical school and university studies by scientists and found common, documented sleep-improvement techniques. Unfortunately, one-third of Americans suffer from sleep problems which
By Mike DuBose Sleep is one of the most fascinating events I have studied over the last decade. The greatest question persists: “Why do most individuals ‘sleep like babies’ while one-third of the population experiences insomnia, frequent awakenings, and unpredictable early risings?” In order to achieve a peaceful night’s rest,
Sleep is a key component for optimal physical and mental health. Many people struggle to get a restful night of sleep. Sleep is when the body has time to repair and regenerate, helps support immune function, and improves cognitive abilities. Poor sleep has been linked to a range of negative
By Mike DuBose Many readers have inquired: “Why do we voluntarily publish articles and how are they developed?” If you knew my background growing up in Darlington on a rural, dirt road, you might wonder, “How did this redneck ever learn to write?” Until I developed this publication, I didn’t
By Mike DuBose with Dr. David Hurst, DMV What happens when our loving animals die? Many children and adults mourning the death of their beloved pets have asked about seeing them again in Heaven. We interviewed seven, senior ministers to explore their beliefs on whether we will see our pets
By Mike DuBose with Dr. David Hurst, DVM We recently shared the physical and mental positive benefits of having pets. We now turn our attention to a sad part of our series—euthanasia—which in Greek means “Good Death.” Deciding to euthanize our beloved pets—even with a poor quality of life due
By Mike DuBose with Dr. David Hurst, DVM In our earlier article, we described how our pets bring us great joy and comfort, along with many physical and mental health benefits. Unfortunately, we will outlive our best friends. Animals leave our lives through a variety of ways such as tragic