Urgent Need for Disaster Plans – New Ransomware Threats

Urgent Need for Disaster Plans – New Ransomware Threats

January 5, 2017 by Jinx Davis Christmas and New Year was devastating for several of our business clients and Andy Pizer and the staff spent the holidays working. Due to these events we beg, plead and urge you to understand the destruction that cybercrime and disaster...
The Gift of Connection

The Gift of Connection

Millennium Group’s Seasonal Ruminations ( and a little video, too) by Jinx Davis and Andy Pizer We were tardy to think about Christmas this year.  Holiday activities are easier to discard with age and there are no children in our immediate life that prompt us to...
More Choices & Less Trust  – The Marketing Challenge

More Choices & Less Trust – The Marketing Challenge

It is the day after the US Presidential election.  Time to pause and think. Marketing exists because we have more choices than we need and less trust than we want. – The Story of Telling We tend to think of marketing as the thing we do last when we’re ready to...
Honor the Unfinished Work – Business as a Process

Honor the Unfinished Work – Business as a Process

When I was in graduate school in theater, we were taught a cardinal rule:  Honor the process and do not strive for the endgame. When you are developing a dramatic character, directing a play, choreographing a dance or producing a film – it is essential to honor...
Color Blindness – How an App Created Empathy for a Co-worker

Color Blindness – How an App Created Empathy for a Co-worker

“Is this one green, or brown?” my colleague asked me under the yellow light of a networking cabinet. The cables he had pried apart in his fingers were faded with age, and under the tint of the aging bulb, even I had to squint to make sure I wasn’t giving him the wrong...
The Challenge of Staying Relevant

The Challenge of Staying Relevant

Can we change? Jinx Davis, Millennium Group He was elderly; probably well into his 80’s.  He arrived at the office with a cart of filthy computers, old printers, and a wad of power cords.  He wanted to have us work on the computers and make one of them connect to a...