NORWALK, Conn.-(BUSINESS WIRE)-Home repairs and maintenance are tremendous expenses of homeownership, yet many homeowners are unprepared to handle the costs. Twenty-five percent of American homeowners have no money set aside to cover the cost of an emergency home repair, according to the inaugural HomeServe Biannual State of the Home survey from HomeServe USA (HomeServe), a leading provider of home repair solutions and turnkey energy-related services. Of those who do have money set aside, 52 percent have $1,000 or less available.
Advanced technologies and access to so-called “Big Data” have transformed the world’s landscape and every industry imaginable along with it. Look no further than the CSC Global CIO 2014-2015 Survey, where 590 global technology executives provided insight into their Big Data investments. It found that 64 percent of IT leaders across all industries are investing heavily in Big Data, and 70 percent of respondents felt their Big Data investments positively impacted business innovation.
HomeServe CEO and Founder, Richard Harpin, explains why the home assistance provider hasn’t been rocked by the Brexit effect yet.
HomeServe CEO and Founder, Richard Harpin, says he believes Britain is a “great place” for international companies to be based.
It is recommended that homeowners tune up their heating systems every year in advance of seasonal changes to ensure that the systems are operating as efficiently as possible.
In a matter of decades, the concept of information security has evolved into a broader and much larger concern for all businesses – and today, thinking that information security is only a tech industry problem may as well be thinking that it’s still about file cabinets.