The virtual war didn’t stop when the pandemic hit. It raged on more tactically and maliciously than ever before.

Telehealth has been a buzzword in the industry for years — and has seemingly had its progress thwarted for about that long by restrictive regulations and a relative lack of insurance coverage. COVID-19 appears to have changed all that in the space of a few weeks. The technology got to flex i…

As with nearly every other facet of life in the pandemic, the future of events remains unclear. When COVID-19 hit Nashville this spring and safer-at-home orders followed, weddings were postponed, fundraising galas went virtual and corporate gatherings, festivals and personal parties were can…

Jeff Jowdy’s role as president of Lighthouse Counsel, a consultancy firm for nonprofits, allows him to put his years of experience in nonprofit leadership and fundraising to work helping charitable organizations develop strategic initiatives, raise awareness of their mission and find donors.…

Like so many people, I started drinking whiskey in college — always mixing it with some kind of sweet, carbonated beverage. I was keen on moving past the Sloe Gin Fizzes and Mad Dog 20/20 of my youth and I wanted to prove my worldliness. The sugary soda I insisted on adding to my whiskey mig…

A survey published last year by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, an industry group better known as (ISC)2, featured some stark statistics: The number of people employed in cybersecurity jobs around the world stands at around 2.9 million — but the estima…

The appearance and usage of large-scale retail spaces nationwide are rapidly being altered.

Halfway through a year that has been a whirlwind of change, it’s more apparent than ever that our organizations — for-profit or nonprofit, private or public, corporate or civic — need all the good advice and guidance they can get. Boards have had to do some heavy lifting in 2020 and there’s …

As our cover story illustrates, companies responded to the shock of COVID-19 with a wide range of strategies. Those whose shares are traded on stock exchanges have had to do so in much more public ways. Here are overviews of how three publicly traded companies from different parts of Middle …

Clayton Nicholas is founder and CEO of Nashville-based Vibronyx, a veteran-owned business process outsourcing company focused on the defense industry. Located in Brentwood, Vibronyx offers strategic consulting, data management, data integration, advanced analytics and cybersecurity.