Change your clock; change your password

Spring is traditionally a time when people do a deep cleaning of their homes. Have you thought about taking this one step further and doing a digital security deep clean? We recommend reviewing at least every quarter to minimize the risk of identity theft. Here are four steps to get you …

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Create a Secure Password

Change your clock; change your password

Now is the perfect time to protect yourself and your organization by changing your passwords. Every day hackers steal confidential information because of weak passwords, but not all hackers take what they need and leave—some may continue accessing your account, either to monitor your data or continue stealing information over …

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Office tenants try to measure remote work productivity as they weigh shrinking footprints

Why Now is the Time for a Closer Look at Your Real Estate Strategy

This article appeared originally on BIZNOW about our friends at Cresa. Software company LogMeIn had most of its 3,500 workers commute into the office daily before the coronavirus pandemic. Going forward, almost none of them will.After seeing their employees could be productive at home, LogMeIn’s executives in October introduced a long-term, …

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Visionaries v. Leaders: Who Does Your Organization Need Most?

Visionaries v. Leaders: Who Does Your Organization Need Most?

Is there a difference between a visionary and a leader in an organization? If you posed the question to a C-suite professional who’s led by a so-called “visionary leader,” they might say that a visionary and a leader are one in the same; any individual can exhibit both qualities. While …

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Department store to distribution center?

Department store to distribution center?

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated many consumer trends that were already emerging, the most significant being the scaling back of in-person retail and the scaling up of on-line shopping. Both of these developments have had major impacts on commercial real estate. On the retail side, as in-person shopping has decreased, …

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California real estate taxes: The potential impact is tremendous

California real estate taxes: The potential impact is tremendous

With election season upon us many are watching to see what happens in California with Proposition 15, also known as split-roll. The measure increases funding for schools, community colleges and local government by changing the property tax assessments structure originally set by Proposition 13 in 1978. Residential, agricultural and smaller …

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Change Readiness for Individuals

Change Readiness for Individuals

Change is an inevitable part of life, especially now as it’s accelerating to a never-before-seen rate. With this in mind, even if we don’t catalyze change ourselves, we’re bound to get swept up in its wake at some point. So, rather than being caught off guard when this occurs, it’s …

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When a Crisis Becomes an Opportunity

The First Important Steps to Navigating Ambiguity

“When written in Chinese, the word crisis is composed of two characters—one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity.”  – John F. Kennedy In times of great uncertainty, the first impulse is to be cautious. Yet, history has shown that those who follow through on new and bold ideas can …

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