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CYBERCRIME: The biggest threat in banking

CYBERCRIME: The biggest threat in banking

Named one of the greatest threats facing our country, cybercrime is increasing at an unprecedented, costly rate.

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HEALTH CARE: Staying on course: Tips for golfing with joint pain

HEALTH CARE: Staying on course: Tips  for golfing with joint pain

Professional golfer Phil Mickelson was preparing to compete in the 2010 U.S. Open when, unexpectedly, his joints started to ache.

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TECHNOLOGY: Putting the “Midwest” in Midwest Mobile Summit

TECHNOLOGY: Putting the “Midwest” in Midwest Mobile Summit

What do an accordion band, epic beards, and mobile technology have in common?

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BUSINESS ADVICE: Seasonality

BUSINESS ADVICE: Seasonality

Adjusting operations for seasonal fluctuations in business is not an easy task. A stable, consistent year-round business is easier to manage due to predictability of needs and (hopefully) profits.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: The changing face of health care

EDITOR'S NOTE: The changing face  of health care

We’re addressing two very big topics in the health care industry in this issue: home health care for seniors and medical marijuana.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Connecting educators and industry

EDITOR'S NOTE: Connecting educators  and industry

This month we bring you our take on President Barack Obama’s historic visit to South Dakota to deliver the commencement speech at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown.

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BUSINESS ADVICE: New or old

BUSINESS ADVICE: New or old

Most businesses must decide when to replace equipment or when to keep repairing what they already have.

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MANAGEMENT: Connecting remote teams

MANAGEMENT: Connecting remote teams

In today’s world, many companies have employees in multiple locations. Staying connected with your remote team members is always a challenge.

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CULTURE: Developing your company’s culture

CULTURE: Developing your company’s culture

Successful companies and consultants have said it over and over again: Positive company culture and engaged employees are essential to success.

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North Dakota’s second season

North Dakota’s second season

As the saying goes, North Dakota has two seasons: winter and construction.

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Software asset value

Software asset value

Every business has the need for some assets (inventory, furniture, computers, software, etc.) in order to support the enterprise.

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AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: New guidance delays small business ACA penalties

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: New guidance delays small business ACA penalties

The rules surrounding the Affordable Care Act are continually changing.

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SDSU research shows benefit of redesigned bridge component

SDSU research shows benefit of redesigned bridge component

A simple modification to precast girder design will add decades to the lifetime of new short-span bridges on secondary roads, according to research conducted in the Jerome J. Lohr Structures Lab at South Dakota State University.

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Cooperative long-term care

Cooperative long-term care

According to the Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services, the demand for long-term care services will increase significantly in the next 30 years.

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TECHNOLOGY: The future of the Sanford Underground Research Facility

TECHNOLOGY: The future of the Sanford Underground Research Facility

In 2001, when the Homestake Mine in Lead closed, South Dakota lost one of its iconic businesses.

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