Kayla Matthews

Kayla Matthews is a technology writer dedicated to exploring issues related to the Cloud, Cybersecurity, IoT and the use of tech in daily life. Her work can be seen on such sites as The Huffington Post, MakeUseOf, and VMBlog. You can read more from Kayla on her personal website, Productivity Bytes.
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Here’s How AI Startups Are Doing in 2019

By Kayla Matthews | July 18, 2019

AI Startup Growth Now that artificial intelligence (AI) is part of the mainstream, companies are rapidly investigating what they can do to develop new AI technologies that will make society better and translate to substantial profits for their startups. These

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5 Cybersecurity Trends Defining 2019

By Kayla Matthews | June 7, 2019

5 Cybersecurity Trends The cybersecurity industry continually evolves to meet changing needs and adopt new technologies. As such, it’s appropriate to take a look at annual trends. Here are five of them for 2019: 1. A Greater Reliance on Hackers

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The California Consumer Privacy Act: What You Should Know

By Kayla Matthews | May 14, 2019

The California Consumer Privacy Act GDPR or the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation effectively altered the way that businesses interact with European citizens. It doesn’t matter whether a company is located within the boundaries of Europe or not —

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40% of Organizations Are Leaving Office 365 Data Vulnerable

By Kayla Matthews | April 17, 2019

Office 365 Data Vulnerable Microsoft Office 365 is a popular platform for individuals and organizations alike. But, recent research shows many organizations are apparently too dependent on Office 365 by using it as a backup service. More specifically, a study

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What You Need to Know About Google’s New AI Board, Coral

By Kayla Matthews | March 20, 2019

Google’s Coral Dev Board Thanks to the Rasberry Pi, tech enthusiasts quickly got accustomed to single-board computers (SBCs). As the name suggests, they’re complete computers built on single circuit boards. Due to their small size but full functionality, SBCs make

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How to Tell If You’re Using Unethical Data

By Kayla Matthews | February 25, 2019

Unethical Data When people think of unethical data, instances of knowingly tweaking information to make it show misleading conclusions often come to mind. Indeed, that’s one kind, but the coverage here relates to the information companies get through suspect means.

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Addressing Third-Party Security Vulnerabilities in 2019

By Kayla Matthews | January 15, 2019

Third-Party Security Vulnerabilities Organizations and businesses often spend a lot of time worrying about internal security, both online and off. Infrastructure is often put in place with security front and center, as a means to mitigate potential risks and data

Fake Tech Support Centers Raided in India: Scams Uncovered

By Kayla Matthews | December 18, 2018

Scams Uncovered – Fake Tech Support Computers are fantastic until they don’t work as expected. Then, people often get flustered and anxiously wonder how to make their machines function normally again. Scammers at fake tech support centers — frequently based

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6 Robotics Industry Predictions for 2019

By Kayla Matthews | December 17, 2018

Robotics Industry Predictions It’s clear that robotics will have a dominant influence on 2019, but how might it play out? Here are six possibilities: 1. The Potential for Drone Deliveries Will Become More Apparent Although many people are frustrated that

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This New Antenna Can Now Support Multiple 5G Communications at Once

By Kayla Matthews | December 11, 2018

Multiple 5G Communications Although the widespread commercial rollout of the 5G network happens in 2020, numerous telecommunications companies are testing new technologies and will present 5G-related advancements in 2019. For 5G’s arrival to be successful, though, equipment must exist to

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The Lasting Damages of a Data Breach

By Kayla Matthews | November 27, 2018

Data Breach Damages Data breaches make an organization’s representatives painfully aware of the common phrase, “Time is money.” They scramble to recover lost information and limit the reach hackers have. It’s undoubtedly important to take those immediate actions, but affected

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Do Gun Owners Deserve Data Privacy, Too?

By Kayla Matthews | November 19, 2018

Gun Owners and Data Privacy That the United States witnesses an unprecedented number of mass shootings in an average year is beyond dispute. What we’ve made contentious is where we go from here. No matter how you feel about guns