Mark Barrenechea

Security is Job 1: Machines vs. Machines

By Mark Barrenechea | December 11, 2019

Digital is redefining cybercrime and cyberwarfare Cyberattacks today are multi-stage, hard to discover and highly targeted. Some security threats are

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This Company Hires Gig Workers—as Employees

By Wired | January 13, 2020

A California law requires many contractors to be treated as employees. One temp agency startup might stand to benefit, by

Wearable Tech Jobs Of The Future

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Wearable Technology is a very exciting industry and the sky’s the limit with new possibilities for businesses and consumers. The new technologies will make our lives easier in terms of convenience, while in other ways more complicated due to learning curve of each new product.

Lets take a look at wearable tech in the workplace.

As Dan Price added, “Ultimately, wearable tech in the workplace that is implemented in the right way could lead to a happier, more productive and more motivated workforce. Get it wrong and it could backfire, with employees leaving or sabotaging the system…”

So what will wearable technology look like in the workplace? Included is an infographic by AdeccoUSA which takes a closer look at 7 Wearable Technology Jobs That Will Change The World.

Wearable Tech Jobs

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Karen Gondoly

Lessons Learned When Moving to the Cloud

Moving to the Cloud Lessons At Leostream, we work with organizations around the globe that are moving workloads to the

5 Ways New Technology is Having an Impact on the Energy Sector

Tech Energy Sector We’ve discussed here in the past how cleantech (a blanket term that includes technologies that affect recycling,

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Enabling Business Strategies – The Cloud Paradigm

The Cloud Paradigm The cloud is not really the final destination: It’s mid-2015, and it’s clear that the cloud paradigm