Month: August 2017

Does This Stat Show IBM was Wrong about Telecommuting

7% or less than 2 out of 25 workers feel productive in the office during normal business hours According to a recent
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Lack of Cybersecurity Training Just Cost 8 Million Dollars

The Cybersecurity problem gets worse by the day and as we have covered before, there is an increase in attacks
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Hypocritical? Apple Comes out as Pro Net-Neutrality

Apple, like much of Silicon Valley is pro Net Neutrality. In a letter titled: In the Matter Restoring Internet Freedom
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Burning Man Live Stream

If you ever wished you could leave work and go to Burning Man but you can’t because you have rent
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Coinbase: Killing the Goose that Lays the Golden Cryptocurrency

How Bitcoin and the Free Market can Screw up Bitcoin and the Free Market The beauty of cryptocurrencies and ICOs
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Google Could Lose it’s Trademark

Is Google a generic term like Kleenex, Dumpster and Realtor– unworthy of protection with a trademark symbol? The case is pending. Dr. Wikipedia
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Tesla Model X Beats Lamborghini Aventador

Lambo Engineers Should be Hiding Under Rocks Having your supercar beaten by an SUV is beyond embarrassing. Heads should be rolling
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Ellen Pao and California Senate Point to a Huge Valley Harassment Problem

Ellen Pao has a new book coming out “Reset.” you might recall she was a poster child for Silicon Valley
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Intermedia Anti-Phishing Tools for Small Business

Large companies generally have IT teams to deal with phishing attacks but really, there is no perfect defense from a
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Maybe Net Neutrality Needs to Apply to Silicon Valley

In the debate for net neutrality, its been left versus right for about a decade. Silicon Valley, and Democrats are
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