Skip to main content

Stories by George Nielsen

George has been in digital marketing for over 6 years and is passionate about helping small businesses to grow. He loves fishing and following his favorite sport teams. He has a B.S. in Marketing and lives with his wife and daughter in Saratoga Springs, Utah.

Utah’s Tech Boom Brings Opportunities and Challenges

According to the recent Cyberstates 2018 report put out by CompTIA, Utah is ranked as the fastest growing tech state in terms of the percentage increase in tech jobs in 2017. There are many other areas of the report where Utah performed strongly and poorly, but things are on an overall upward trajectory. “We’ve witnessed ...

LGBT Divorce Issues

LGBT marriage, divorce, and overall legal chaos

WASHINGTON, July 27, 2014 — Marriage in the LGBT community is a constant uphill battle. With legislation often leaning against their rights, many find it difficult to become legally wed with their significant other. And now, in the age of modern marriage, the problem has extended to divorce. Equal protection of the law, a clause written ...

Botched plastic surgeons

“Botched” TV show reminds why certified plastic surgeons necessary

WASHINGTON, July 17, 2014 — Plastic surgery is a wildly popular way to sculpt the body. However, many eager patients are subjecting themselves to sub par or all-out illegal procedures. Beauty clinics mix the doctor’s office with the beauty salon – and many of them aren’t certified. If you or anyone near you is considering ...

Attracting tech talent as competitive as ever

WASHINGTON, June 13, 2014 — The cyber world is a world of options, and experts in this world are in high demand. Top candidates can afford to be picky. What are things that weigh on the mind of those top tech talents? Pay, brand, perks and wait time are among the most notable. Companies are finding ...

Health Care fraud: A $60 billion problem

WASHINGTON, June 6, 2014 — The cost of healthcare fraud is staggering. It makes bank heists look petty in comparison. Medicaid and Medicare fraud costs the US government as much as $60 billion per year. It makes every taxpayer and unsuspecting victim in the costliest crime in America. The political debate over the Affordable Healthcare Act ...

Heartbleed nearly mended, but OpenSSL still a problem

WASHINGTON, April 27, 2014 – Heartbleed, the OpenSSL bug that’s caused red flag warnings for internet users everywhere, has been patched by most companies affected and most internet users have been informed to update their passwords. However, the problems introduced by Heartbleed are far from over. What it is Heartbleed is the name given to ...