As malicious software gets more advanced, data loss prevention measures are more important than ever. HCSS recommends taking the following precautions to help avoid these viruses.
Archives for January 2017
President-Elect Donald Trump has suggested a possible $1-trillion infrastructure package that would modernize America’s infrastructure. Many are skeptical of the proposed plan, but what if he actually does what he says, and he is able to come up with the money in an efficient manner without wasting a lot of taxpayer dollars?
HCSS employees will be manning three booths at ConExpo as well as serving as guests at two of our partners’ booths.
When my eldest son left for college last year, it hit me hard how fleeting our time with our kids is, so I looked for fun projects to do with my two younger boys while they are still at home. When a co-worker showed me this picture of a cool race car created from a Mazda Miata, I knew this would be perfect.
Along with New Hampshire’s Keene State College and a coalition of contractors and industry associations, HCSS has helped to create the industry’s first accredited Construction Safety degree plan.
During the slower economic times of 2009-2011, New Jersey-based contractor RE Pierson focused on creating more estimating efficiency so that, when the market picked up, their estimators could produce more bids without increasing their staff.
Indiana-based contractor XL Industrial Services, Inc., is seeing both cultural and business benefits from implementing HCSS Safety in the field.
In 2016, HCSS expanded into a new building at their existing location in Sugar Land, TX, just outside of Houston.
The HCSS Cloud hosting service is now able to run your non-HCSS software as well as your HCSS software.