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Remote Work: The Future of IT

Remote work opportunities are on the rise thanks to innovative technology that makes telecommuting and virtual collaboration more effective than ever …

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WannaCry? No, It's Worse in New Ransomware Attack

A wave of ransomware attacks strikes computers across much of the planet, leading some to wonder if WannaCry has made a return.

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Surface Pro, Surface Book, Surface Notebook: The Choice Is Surprisingly Easy

I've been using Microsoft's latest versions-or, in some cases, the only versions-of its Surface PC line of products. Each is very different in terms o…

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Two Technologies That Showcase Good VR Could Cost $20K

This month, there were two interesting product announcements. The first was in regard to very high-resolution displays that should arrive in VR headse…

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Popularity of Voice Recognition Gadgets Highlights Need for Speech Analytics

Voice-activated personal assistant platforms such as Amazon's Alexa continue to grow in popularity, making lives easier in all sorts of ways. As such …

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Can Machine Learning Defuse the Ticking Time Bomb of Open Recalls?

Did you know that 150 million vehicles have been recalled in the USA since 2014? That's 38 percent of all the cars in America. And, according to Recal…

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Remote Work: The Future of IT

By: Special Guest     6/28/2017

Remote work opportunities are on the rise thanks to innovative technology that makes telecommuting and virtual collaboration more effective than ever before. Remote work flexibility has long been a primary benefit offered to IT/tech professionals, and now companies are expanding remote flexibility t…

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WannaCry? No, It's Worse in New Ransomware Attack

By: Steve Anderson     6/28/2017

A wave of ransomware attacks strikes computers across much of the planet, leading some to wonder if WannaCry has made a return.

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Surface Pro, Surface Book, Surface Notebook: The Choice Is Surprisingly Easy

By: Rob Enderle     6/27/2017

I've been using Microsoft's latest versions-or, in some cases, the only versions-of its Surface PC line of products. Each is very different in terms of use and has its preferred usage. So let's get to it…which Surface product is best for you?

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Two Technologies That Showcase Good VR Could Cost $20K

By: Rob Enderle     6/23/2017

This month, there were two interesting product announcements. The first was in regard to very high-resolution displays that should arrive in VR headsets this year that are at eye resolution. The other, even more interesting but farther out product, is a haptic suit that could give you virtual touch.…

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Popularity of Voice Recognition Gadgets Highlights Need for Speech Analytics

By: Kayla Matthews     6/21/2017

Voice-activated personal assistant platforms such as Amazon's Alexa continue to grow in popularity, making lives easier in all sorts of ways. As such gadgets become more widespread, there is a growing need for what makes them viable in the first place - speech analytics.

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Can Machine Learning Defuse the Ticking Time Bomb of Open Recalls?

By: Special Guest     6/20/2017

Did you know that 150 million vehicles have been recalled in the USA since 2014? That's 38 percent of all the cars in America. And, according to Recall Masters, 50 million of them will be hitting the roads this summer-just in time for summer's road trips. The open recall epidemic is one of America's…

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Technology and Ties: 5 Reasons Gen X is Taking Over in Business

By: Special Guest     6/20/2017

The generational clash in the workplace between Millennials and Baby Boomers gets all the hype. It reminds me of the debate over who would win - Muhammad Ali or Mike Tyson in his prime, because both have completely different styles and valid reasons why they would win.

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For Amazon-Whole Foods' Future, Look to Zappos, Not Robots

By: Doug Mohney     6/19/2017

Amazon's bid for Whole Foods is obvious and brilliant. There's a lot of crazy talk about how Whole Foods will get turned into people-less stores like Amazon's experiments in Seattle, but I think that's bunk. If you want to truly understand why buying Whole Foods is a brilliant move for Amazon, look …

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Know the Rules and Tools for Stronger Financial Services Cybersecurity

By: Special Guest     6/19/2017

How can cybersecurity solutions help financial services organizations meet requirements and stay compliant? Let's take a closer look at some of the examinations mentioned above to get a better understanding.

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Telecom CEOs Face Personal Risk When Reputational Attacks Occur

By: Special Guest     6/19/2017

When corporate reputations are damaged in today's unforgiving culture, individuals in corporate leadership take the heat as stakeholders seek satisfaction through blaming, shaming and directing their anger and disappointment toward the most visible personification of the company they can find - usua…

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Women-Owned Agency Tells Its Culture Story

By: Paula Bernier     6/16/2017

Primitive Spark Inc. is a digital design agency with experience in applied technology, content strategy, digital strategy, enterprise user experience, and user research. It's a majority women-owned business. And it has a corporate culture that allows for flex time, remote work, unlimited vacation, a…

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AI Systems Increasingly Taking Jobs from Millennials

By: Steve Anderson     6/16/2017

Those looking for work, particularly millennials, are going to have to face off against artificial intelligence systems that can do the same jobs.

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Malware Caused 2016 Ukrainian Power Outage

By: Paula Bernier     6/14/2017

Malware called CRASHOVERRIDE or Industroyer was likely to blame for last year's power grid attack in the Ukraine that left Kiev in the dark for an hour. And that malware represents the most dangerous threat to industrial control systems since Stuxnet.

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IoT Brings Inmarsat to a World Beyond Satellite

By: Doug Mohney     6/14/2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the factors moving Inmarsat from a satellite connectivity company into technology solutions.

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Why the Smartphone Market Works and Why Apple Wants to Kill It

By: Rob Enderle     6/12/2017

The smartphone market has been vastly different largely because, like the PC market before it, it has always been vendor rich. Yes, Apple has a big part, but you generally always have a choice of several strong alternatives that are moving more rapidly. Granted, Samsung moved a tad too rapidly, and …

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Music Tech: Big Things Coming Down the Pipeline

By: Anna Johansson     6/12/2017

For years, the music industry was largely left alone by tech innovators. However, it seems as if we're in the middle of a boom. New ideas are being brought to market at an astonishing pace, which begs the question: What does the future hold?

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