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Data Breach: Tons of Health Data Has Been Exposed Because We Never Learn

Return of the Hack It happened again! Once more, a whole lot of data has been leaked, and now tons of personally identifiable information is floating around cyberspace for anyone with a […]

What grid computing architecture is and how it might help you

Power Grids and Grid Architecture

What grid computing architecture is and how it might help you

You might be familiar with the works of a power grid, where various sources of electricity are linked together to supply power to a certain geographical location and the consumers who live […]

When it comes to enterprise software, it’s the left side of the curve that matters

Enterprise Adoption: Where Should You Be?

When it comes to enterprise software, it’s the left side of the curve that matters

The Rogers adoption curve, also known as the diffusion of innovation theory and the framework that coined terms like early adopters and laggards, is something most organizations are at least vaguely familiar […]

Why the H1B visa controversy has been in the news and what its future might hold

Decoding the H1B Dilemma

Why the H1B visa controversy has been in the news and what its future might hold

While much of the debate surrounding immigration has centered on the southern border, a separate debate of potentially equal consequence is shaping up in America’s tech industry. Already controversial before the 2016 […]

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Dark Data and What Could be on the Horizon

Technology’s pace may come at the cost of data privacy

If you go to a library or a café these days, you might spy some open laptops with a Post-it note or a piece of tape covering the built-in webcam. While many […]

Why government needs to catch up to technology’s breakneck pace

Legislation: Falling Behind the Times

Why government needs to catch up to technology’s breakneck pace

Information technology has quickly become an essential component in many facets of our personal and professional lives. It’s so ubiquitous that you could forget just how much we rely on it. From […]