Technology & Business
Larisa Redins is a writer and editor with degrees in both Arts and Biological Science. She writes and edits articles, blogs, website content, proposals, case studies, white papers, technical, PR, and marketing copy for a variety of international websites, magazines, and other clients.
Please contact her here or at [email protected] with any inquiries.
"Larisa and I have worked together for close to seven years. With that depth of knowledge about my writing style, she knows my voice and maintains that integrity from project to project. Larisa is my go-to-editor! She crosses industries with ease - even within my education industry. Further, her accuracy and precision of language brings life to my work"
Kathy Dames, PhD
"I had the pleasure of working with Larisa on many writing projects for about a year. I was always very impressed with the quality of Larisa's work. Larisa right away understood what I was looking for with minimum explanation on my end. Larisa always delivered quality and well-researched work on very technical finance related topics, and everything was done on time and often working within tight deadlines. Larisa is a very nice person and just a pleasure to work with. I recommend Larisa with full confidence and I trust that she'll do a great job on anything she works. Thank you!"
Global Regulation at FXCM
"In today’s business world, it is extremely important to achieve the “WOW” factor in order to attract consumer attention and business success. Ms. Redins definitely achieved this goal when she rewrote our copy for a new car immobilize press release. On other occasions, we used her writing skills with equally impressive results.
In order to get the readers optimal attention, it is definitely worth having her look at your material – no matter how well written you think your current material may be. As the old saying implies “it is hard to see the forest when we are in midst of it” - whatever the product, service or idea one may have"
Copyland Digital Printing
Technology & Business
Without a doubt, cyberterrorism poses a real threat to governments, organizations and individuals around the globe. In today's high-tech world, all types of computer networks are logical targets for all sorts of adversaries. In fact, according to a figure from U.S. officials, an astounding 60,000 new malicious computer programs are identified every day.
The race to the bottom for investment costs just got put on steroids by the blockchain. Trade.io has developed a semi-decentralized application that can verify data regarding investment trades on a blockchain. It's expected to be released Jan. 29. The application ensures that the data provided by brokers has not been changed and is 100% transparent to investors.
Only a few Windows password managers offer improvements over the browser-based password managers built into Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. But with so many fake and ineffective products out there, it's really hard to know which PC password managers are actually secure, easy to use, and affordable.
Healthcare & Pharma Fraud Whistleblower News: Medicare Billing, Pharma Manufacturing, Marketing, Distribution Fraud
Apple has been enjoying a seemingly endless day in the sun with the success of its consumer-oriented iPod, iTunes and iLife products. However, there was a time not so long ago when the company made no secret of its aspirations to become a major enterprise player -- only to get a cool, if not cold, shoulder.
It's that time of year again. If you've already taken care of the bigger ticket items on your shopping list, the next step is to get down to the smaller, stocking-sized gifts to add a little extra delight to your Christmas, belated-Chanukah, or Festivus.
While some small business owners still think that social media is just a "trend," social media marketing has proven to be an excellent and cost-effective way to promote your small business. After all, social media allows you to personalize your business brand and develop business relationships with both potential and current customers.
Discover what a confidentiality agreement is, why a confidentiality agreement is necessary, and the dangers of not using a confidentiality agreement. When you're running a business, there are a lot of things to keep track of. One thing that may not be at the top of your list but is still important?
In addition to losing weight and quitting smoking, we suggest adding some of these computing-related goals to your list of New Year's resolutions for 2013.
Chocolate - much like fine wine - has hundreds of flavored nuances that can best be appreciated by following a few tasting guidelines. While a person's first impulse may be to devour a favorite chocolate immediately, it is advisable to savor the experience and enjoy this indulgence slowly.
In these challenging times, we are all looking for ways to make life a little easier. One way to do this is by wearing loungewear to work. Believe it or not, many businesses are adapting to the new "casual office look" and allowing their employees to wear comfortable everyday basics.
By Larisa Redins Summer is the time to get outdoors and have some fun. And what could be more fun than spending a day on the water kayaking or paddle boarding? Or how about exploring nature with an electric bicycle?
Larisa Redins Participating in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon can be both an exhilarating and intimidating experience for first timers. That said, with proper preparation and a great support system in place, you have a good chance finishing this marathon with a smile on your face. Why Run this Marathon?
Without a doubt, the Shamrock Shuffle successfully brings runners out of winter hibernation mode. Often recognized as the start of the outdoor running season in Chicago, the 34th annual Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle 8K offers runners a definite spring challenge. This scenic run begins at 8:30 a.m.