The benefits of classroom technology can only be measured in how well the students and teachers actually use it. Far too often, teachers and faculty in schools across the world find themselves fed up with faulty A/V systems. Meanwhile, though, the students suffer most, because interactive classroom tech can’t live up to its name if […]
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Google uses many freelancers for a variety of services, but these workers don’t receive the same salary, benefit, or professional treatment as their full-time counterparts even when they work consistently.
Over the last few years, the workplace has seen a rapid expansion of data teams within operations, finance, marketing and HR teams. Data-driven solutions are being employed successfully in businesses of all sizes to solve various organizational challenges, however not all companies are seeing progressive results. To truly analyse data and provide an unprejudiced perspective […]
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, August 19, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
Unmanned surveillance balloons will be drifting 65,000 miles in the stratosphere on his journey from South Dakota to Illinois.
Amazon’s new autonomous delivery robot, Scout, will soon make deliveries in a select area on the West Coast.
Aporeto, a Zero Trust Cloud Security company, announces its cloud network security solution for seamless distributed policy management across Kubernetes multi-cluster and container environments. According to the company, the solution uses a unique application identity-based approach to security instead of relying on IP addresses. Aporeto’s use of identity enables network security policies to now be managed up […]
Major technology companies are fighting against U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s suggestion that encryption backdoors be installed in personal devices, while users should just accept the risk of this potential mandate.
This week, August 12th-16th, 2019: how IP workflows fit into the world of eSports broadcasting, IoT devices for healthcare environments, solving the headaches of cybersecurity with wireless collaboration, and more.
The United States is ‘Not Prepared’ for Serious Cyber Attacks and Politicians are Asking Hackers for Help
Politicians at the DEF CON hacking conference implored ethical hackers to take up the fight against serious cyber attacks — something they said the United States is still underprepared for. According to this article from The Register, a UK-based publication, US representatives Ted Lieu (D-CA) and James Langevin (D-IL) were joined by hackers Cris Thomas, aka Space […]