With the growth of 5G comes unique considerations around cybersecurity, open networks, Wi-Fi 6, IoT, and 4G.
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For years, we’ve been hearing about it and promised it will be coming to our local networks. It even was recently the inspiration for not one, but multiple Super Bowl ads. So, what is 5G all about? How fast will it grow, what benefits will it bring, and what infrastructure will it require?
Heather Moyer, CEO and Founder of the award-winning staffing and consulting firm HNM Systems, has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council, the foremost growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders worldwide.
Women earn over 57% of all undergraduate degrees, yet they make up just 27.6% of all CEO positions in the US. Although 2020 was the year with the most female CEOs nominated for the Fortune 500 list, only 37 women were nominated, which makes up around 7.4% of the ranked businesses. Seeing the numbers go in the right direction is encouraging, but significant work remains to bridge the gender gap for women in business.
In the face of this year’s challenges, the HNM team is celebrating making the Inc. 5000’s list of fastest-growing private companies once again.
2020 isn’t our first year being selected, either. HNM Systems moved up the rankings from the lucky number of 4999 in 2019 to 2369 in 2020. Three-year revenue growth of 176% has made this jump possible. Take a look below to learn more about Inc. 5000, how HNM Systems made the list, and what this means for the future of HNM.
In this Q&A, CEO Tiago Rodrigues shares the exciting news about this global Wi-Fi network. We explore OpenRoaming’s purpose, its benefits, and where you can expect to see it available.
In June 2020, HNM Systems President and CEO, Heather Moyer, had the privilege of attending the Association for Corporate Growth’s panel in which three San Diego CEOs discussed key business learnings resulting from COVID-19. We have compiled Heather’s key takeaways here.
As lockdowns lift and communities reopen, we are starting to feel a hint of normalcy return. Living in quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably challenged us and, through these challenges, we have been changed.
Some have been changed as they grieve the loss of loved ones. Others have been changed as they search for a new job and means to live. Some have been forced to work throughout the pandemic, risking their lives, and others have had to work full time while taking care of and/or homeschooling children. In one way or another, most of us have had the opportunity to clear our calendars, experiment with new lifestyles, reflect on our priorities, and reset our lives.
The utility and telecommunications industry have never been more crucial than they are today.
As so many of us have experienced, most states issued temporary shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of COVID-19. Many businesses transitioned to working remotely, while others had to close their doors completely. Despite these shutdowns, several industries have been defined as “essential” and their workers have continued to show up for work.