Kayla Matthews

Kayla Matthews

Higher-Ups More Likely to Break Policy, Data Breach Survey Finds

Data Protection Policies In an ideal scenario, the people at the highest levels of an organization would be the most likely to abide by data protection policies. Then, their positive behavior could set an excellent example for everyone at the

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What You Need to Know – IoT and Real-Time Operating Systems

Real-Time Operating Systems A real-time operating system, or real-time OS, appears to execute tasks while using a single processing core simultaneously.  However, what’s really happening is that the tasks’ response time is so fast that they only seem to happen

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7 Technology Trends to Look for in 2020

Leading Tech Trends 2020 Cloud computing has become the norm. As of 2019, 94% of IT professionals were using the cloud in some form or another. This widespread adoption means that although it was once a novelty, it has now become

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Profit-Driving Strategies for 2020, Backed by Data

Profit-Driving Strategies Since 2019 is coming to a close, the time has come for businesses to evaluate what they can do to propel profits in 2020. The vast array of possibilities can make an enterprise’s leaders feel overwhelmed about which

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6 Reasons More Organizations Are Adopting Zero Trust

Organizations Adopting Zero Trust The zero trust model is becoming more commonplace in security. It’s based on the realization that threats exist inside and outside of a network. Limiting those requires verifying a person’s permission to access something during every

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Load Banks and Data Centers are Contributors in Renewable Energy Success

Renewable Energy Success People may not initially think of data centers and load banks as being directly connected to the success of the renewable energy sector and the rate of renewable energy adoption. But, both of them have a surprisingly

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6 Automation Struggles and How to Overcome Them

6 Automation Challenges Automation can help your company save time by freeing up the schedules of workers who regularly engage in repetitive tasks at while on the clock. Such technology can also streamline workflows by cutting out unnecessary steps. But,

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Online Lottery Scams Are Unfortunately Alive and Well

Fake Lottery Scams Are Alive and Well: What to Look For You’ve just won $50,000! Or, perhaps you qualify to go on a ’round-the-world cruise or drive away in a brand-new car. No matter the prize, it will always seem

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Here's How AI Startups Are Doing in 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

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

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

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

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

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

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