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Mobile Attacks Are On The Rise – Is Your Business Ready?
Is your business ready for mobile malware attacks? Most businesses in 2018 have staff and leaders who use mobile devices for business purposes, whether they are using personal or company devices. It is easy to understand why. With mobile devices, accessing work emails and opening shared files on the go is easy and efficient. Mobile […]Read Post
Why Colorado Businesses Need Multi-Factor Authentication
With the constant rise in technology, businesses everywhere are trying their best to stay ahead of the game. The recent advancements in technology have been impressive to say the least, increasing efficiency and productivity. But with these benefits, there is also a rise in cyber attacks. That being said, staying secure on the web is […]Read Post
OpenAI’s robotic hand doesn’t need humans to teach it human behaviors
Gripping something with your hand is one of the first things you learn to do as an infant, but it’s far from a simple task, and only gets more complex and variable as you grow up. This complexity makes it difficult for machines to teach themselves to do, but researchers at Elon Musk and Sam […]Read Post
Twitter acquires anti-abuse technology provider Smyte
Twitter this morning announced it has agreed to buy San Francisco-based technology company Smyte, which describes itself as “trust and safety as a service.” Founded in 2014 by former Google and Instagram engineers, Smyte offers tools to stop online abuse, harassment, and spam, and protect user accounts. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but this […]Read Post
Net neutrality is dead — what now?
As of June 11th, the legal protections against content discrimination on the internet are gone. As far as the FCC is concerned, net neutrality is dead. The policy’s fate was sealed back in December 2017, when FCC chairman Ajit Pai’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order was approved in a 3-2 vote along party lines. Pai’s order, […]Read Post
Everything You Need to Know About the Plan to Kill Internet Passwords
GIF Passwords just don’t work all that well for our modern-day websites and web apps: They’re insecure, they’re hard to remember, and they’re a lot of hassle to manage for only the basic account protection that they provide. Now Chrome and Firefox are leading the charge to kill off passwords on the web for good. […]Read Post
AMD and Nvidia, the two biggest manufacturers of graphics chips, are getting a new competitor — Intel
Thomson Reuters Intel will release its own line of graphics chips in 2020. They’ll be designed for enterprise and consumer applications. Intel’s GPUs will compete with those from AMD and Nvidia, which could lead to more competition in the GPU business. Intel is getting more serious about the graphics chip business, where it currently […]Read Post
Does Your Workplace Have a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy?
We are in the business of making sure you are prepared for whatever today’s ever-changing technol-ogy environment will throw your way. One of the biggest current trends is Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD. BYOD is exactly what it sounds like — your employees using their own devices in the work-place. As this practice becomes […]Read Post
Researchers Develop Tech That Lets Surveillance Cameras Text to Say Hello
Researchers at Purdue University have found a new way to get surveillance cameras to “talk” to the people they see. The system is called PHADE, which stands for “private human addressing,” and it enables cameras to send messages to people’s devices when they’ve entered a specific area without collecting their personal data. Instead of using […]Read Post