Awards aren’t just feel-good pieces of metal or widgets to be added to your website. They can also drive your recruitment, whether you’re hosting an awards program or have won an award. Here are six reasons why.
Read the interview below with Award Force’s Technical Director Kirk Bushell to learn about how to add security to your program, and what Award Force is doing to ensure your program’s security and integrity. Want to learn more security for your application management system? Watch the Award Force Academy webinar.
Carl (Award Force Academy): We all know security is important and have an idea of what it is, but, if I'm being honest, it's kind of a big grey area for many of us. We hear things like data encryption, SSL, ISO, GDPR, PCI DSS, and a lot more; but what does it all mean?
Just like there’s more to winning an award than standing on a podium to rousing applause, there’s more to running an awards program than the actual award presentation.
Before that culminating special moment, there’s a complete lifecycle of events, from pre-awards planning and judge invitations to the entry period, judging, and announcing of the winners. As we like to say, there are more moving parts in an awards program than a bag of Lego.
Grab your popcorn, clear your calendars! Awards Season is here and it’s time for some always entertaining red carpet fanfare. But, if you’re an awards event planner, it’s also the perfect time to reassess what makes an awards ceremony successful and what makes it a Twitter target for something gone wrong.
Life is busy, we know. With what feels like a million tasks to do every day and constant reminders from our productivity tools, it can be hard to keep up with it all.
But your awards, recognition or grants program shouldn’t feel that way, and Award Force is here to help.
We’ll help you cut down on the noise– all those extra tasks that need to be simplified and streamlined.
This cartoon by @officeguycartoons.com recently floated around the “office” at Award Force (Slack 😊). Since we are a company that develops software to help organisations recognise excellence in their field, the cartoon was both apt and thought-provoking.
Spam traps are a tool used by ISP’s to identify and track spammers. Essentially, they are an unmanned email address that alerts an ISP anytime an email lands in its inbox. If by some chance you send an email to this address, you get flagged as a spammer and you will find it extremely difficult to get any of your email delivered.