Cybele Negris

Networking without fear: tips for both introverts and extroverts

So much of success is still based on who you know – I didn’t truly grasp this until my 30s and avoided networking like the plague. In an article for Business in Vancouver last year, I confessed my...

Impostor syndrome is genuine threat to women’s workplace advancement

So here’s my dirty little secret: I’m an impostor. There, I said it. It only took me 20 years and lots of sleepless nights worrying about what other people might think. But now that it’s out in the...

How a $135 million auction affects the domain name industry and your business

The cost of protecting assets and creating a new revenue stream

Eight business technology trends that will dominate 2016

Here are some of the top technology trends that every business needs to be aware of in 2016. If your business isn’t already thinking about these things, you might be missing some key opportunities....

A selection of apps and tools to boost your productivity in 2015

Work smarter, not harder – that’s one of my resolutions for 2015. Here then are some of my favourite tools for working smarter.

New program facilitates one-stop access to innovation resources

There are many resources such as funding programs, expert advice, mentorship programs and more that can help small businesses accelerate.

With dark clouds on horizon, don’t put all tech eggs in one basket

While cloud services are convenient, accessible from virtually anywhere and available most of the time, outages can hit even with the largest and best service provider

Tabulating some of 2013’s top tech buzzwords

SoLoMo has become a popular term recognizing the importance of using social media, local search and mobile devices together for a company’s customer reach

How to protect your business from fake trademark infringement and “domain slamming” scams

What the fine print actually says is that by paying the fee, you have authorized the transfer of your domain away from your current registrar

Security best practices for your mobile devices

You are responsible for any charges (calls or data) made on your phone until you get the provider to disconnect it