Chris Low

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Christopher Low is a project manager and lead developer with Sherlock Software. He is also the founder and owner of MyTeamPlan, a desktop-based project management software tool that is targeted at small and medium businesses.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Chris Low and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

How to be compliant with data breach notification laws

Establishing role-based access control in the workplace

Establishing role-based access control in the workplace

Access control is necessary, and every organization must implement it in some form.

The rationale behind cryptocurrencies

The rationale behind cryptocurrencies

The modern crypto revolution did not start overnight...

Harnessing the power of Slack bots and apps in the workplace

Harnessing the power of Slack bots and apps in the workplace

All the team chat apps today allow using bots. Slack leads this area with its “apps” that even have the ability to post custom-formatted content directly to the chat. These bots and apps can either be downloaded from the Slack app...

Automating the workplace

Automating the workplace

Automating mundane tasks in the workplace has a significant ROI, because it lets workers focus on what really matters.

Information security policies every business must implement

Information security policies every business must implement

Important information security practices are often overlooked despite all the major hacks discovered in recent years. It is unfortunate that preventive measures are often adopted only after a crippling incident.

What you need to know about single sign-on

Single sign-on is an access control management method that is used to provide login access to various services using a central credentials management server. All other services that are integrated in the central auth server can then...

A comprehensive guide to A/B testing

A comprehensive guide to A/B testing

A/B testing is the strategy to showcase two (or more) different versions of product to different users. User A sees the product version A, and user B sees the product version B. When done on a sufficiently large user base, metrics...

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