Reasons why you should learn how to make safe money transfers online

People send money to other places and countries for various reason including paying employees and supporting family members. Hence, it is important to know how to make safe money transfers online and why you should learn it.

How to make safe money transfers online

Some of the ways to make safe money transfer online are discussed subsequently.

Read online reviews to choose the right app

It is important to use the right app for your money transfer needs. This is one of the ways you can be guaranteed that your online money transfer is safe. One of the ways to know the right app to use for your money transfer needs is to read a list of money transfer services reviews. When you read reviews, you will know the apps that other customers have certified to be good and those they have started to be problematic. Furthermore, you will know … Read More

Amesite CEO Dr. Ann Marie Sastry Scheduled to Appear Today on Fox Business Network’s CAVUTO Coast to Coast

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Amesite Inc. (Nasdaq: AMST), an artificial intelligence software company providing online learning ecosystems for business, higher education, and K-12, announced today its CEO, Dr. Ann Marie Sastry, is scheduled to appear today on Fox Business Network’s CAVUTO Coast to Coast which airs weekdays at Noon ET.  

Dr. Sastry will discuss the latest in the future of work, training, and learning in addition to the role tech and artificial intelligence will play in preparing the economy for the new normal. 

About Amesite Inc.

Amesite is a high-tech artificial intelligence software company offering a cloud-based platform and content creation services for business, university and K-12 learning and upskilling. Amesite-offered courses and programs are branded to our customers. For more information, visit https://amesite.com.

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Hashtag Trending – US labour board dunks on Google; The dire future of business travel; COVID vaccine supply chain targeted by hackers

The U.S. labour board dunks on Google for allegedly spying on workers who were organizing employee protests and firing them, LinkedIn gets chatty about business travel, and a COVID vaccine supply chain gets targeted by hackers.

It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Friday, December 4, and I’m your host Alex Coop.

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The U.S. National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint against Google recently, alleging the tech giant violated American labour laws by spying on workers who were organizing employee protests, and then firing two of them. The labour board says Google’s behaviour in this case is a huge no-no and actually illegal. The reaction online has been pretty consistent – few people are surprised about the tech giant’s actions, but that doesn’t remove the frustration many feel when it comes to preventing workers from unionizing and fighting for better working conditions.

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2021: new risks and regulations continue to pose challenges for business

Accepting a new level of data risk

There is no way around it: remote work is here to stay. For businesses, this poses a major challenge, especially as consumers continue to accelerate e-commerce trends and begin to live more of their lives online. The inherent danger of remote work settings stems from the fact that when employees work beyond the four walls of an office, the network becomes more exposed and dispersed as employees share information across workstations. Once employees open their laptops from home, it becomes substantially more possible for new risks to be introduced to a corporate network.

And while organizations will have to come to terms with accepting this new level of risk, that does not mean they have to give up in the face of data breaches and compliance fines. The first step in accepting this new level of risk is to thoroughly understand all the

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Seoul Fintech Lab to Hold Online Meet-up With Singapore Fintech Association on December 10

SEOUL, South Korea–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 4, 2020–

Seoul Fintech Lab (SFL) will hold the online ‘Seoul Fintech Meet’ with Singapore Fintech Association (SFA) on December 10.

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Seoul Fintech Lab holds the online ‘Seoul Fintech Meet’ with Singapore Fintech Association. The online meet-up focuses on networking and thus is held on an online platform that enables interactive communication. The online meet-up in Singapore will start at 4 p.m. on December 10 (KST). There are pitching session of SBCN, XQuant, Finhaven, Fin2B, and 800m, the five SFL startups participating and presentations ‘Seoul, the City of Fintech and Innovation,’ and ‘Support for Fintechs in Singapore’ to provide detailed information about supports necessary in entry to the market. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Seoul Fintech Meet is a part of ’10X Extension in Singapore,′ a program for promoting the global market entry of the SFL startups.

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Best online sales and deals happening now

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We rounded up the best sales and deals happening online today, with savings at Hydro Flask, Tushy, Adidas, and more. 

Deals in this story are subject to change throughout the day. The prices listed reflect the deal at the time of publication. For even more deals and savings across the web, check out Business Insider Coupons.

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Sony’s are the gold standard in wireless noise-canceling headphones. For a limited time, you can pick up a pair for just $278, one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen on these recently-released headphones.

With up to 22 hours of battery life, these Wireless Bluetooth enabled headphones are comfy on your ears and expertly cancel out any and all background noise. While this isn’t the lowest price we’ve ever seen, this is

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Choosing the best business course in the pandemic

A proliferation of MBA formats — part-time or full-time; on campus or online, or a mix of the two — led to a generation of students switching courses before the start of the academic year.

Uncertainties created by the pandemic and institutions’ ability to teach face to face — or offer meaningful online alternatives beyond Zoom — has made many prospective students rethink their choice of MBA. So what is the best course to choose in the current circumstances?

Ashkan Azar had been teaching English as a second language for nearly six years in Qatar and South Korea, as well as Toronto, where he grew up, when he decided to pursue an MBA to move into a management role in the education sector. “I needed a new challenge,” he says. “But I had no formal management training.”

Azar decided to study in Europe, because schools there offered shorter courses. He

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Eaze’s Momentum business accelerator invites applicants

Minority business owners in cannabis have a lot up against them. They need a business plan, capital, marketing savvy, and more. For the second year in a row, Eaze is helping underrepresented business owners with what they truly need to have staying power.  

Eaze’s Momentum business accelerator is the brainchild of Eaze’s Director of Social Impact, Jennifer Lujan. After a successful first year of the incubator, Jen set her eyes on scaling the program.

“We started in California and Oregon, and this year we’re focusing on including applicants from all over the country.  Our advisory committee has members from different states and different areas of the cannabis industry because building strong and sustainable cannabis businesses takes a little bit of everything,” says Lujan.

The advisory committee that picks the ten winners includes buzzworthy leaders in marketing, policy, technology, and sports. Besides having cannabis in common, the group also have passion

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Deer Park resident’s business offers kids a virtual visit from Santa

Some children won’t miss the Christmas tradition of a one-on-one meeting with Santa Claus this year, thanks to the virtual know-how of Deer Park resident Alec White.

The 23-year-old recently created Personalized Santa Videos as an online service. It draws on his experience as an actor at Deer Park High School and a budding filmmaker at the University of Houston, where he graduated in May with a bachelor of arts in media production.

White, who honed his approach to the St. Nick role — including a hearty laugh — when he entertained kids as Santa in 2018 at Moody Gardens in Galveston, had been wrestling how to offer a safe Santa service amid the pandemic.

“I came up with the idea, thinking that with the holiday season just around the corner and COVID-19 still hindering celebrations, everyone needs a little visit from Santa,” White said.

“However, I knew there would

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Why 2020 Has Been The Perfect Year For Online Daters Looking For Something Serious

We are in the midst of Cuffing Season, the time of year when dating activity rises as more singles actively seek committed relationships. Cuffing Season in 2020 might at first blush seem at odds with the reality of the continued surge of the Covid-19 pandemic and the newest round of stay-at-home orders around the U.S.

However, far more than a season, 2020 could more aptly be called Cuffing Year, as it has caused a seismic shift in how many have approached finding love in 2020.

“People are being more intentional about dating” reports Rachel DeAlto, Match’s Chief Dating Expert. (Full disclosure: I’ve previously worked with Match.) Match has rolled out new features in 2020 such as Match Dates, where members can mutually indicate serious interest and move to a separate inbox where they can video chat. According to DeAlto, Match’s in-app video use is up and will remain a feature

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