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Professor Mark Skilton

The Big DDOS Attack And What IOT Cyber Security Do We Need?

Professor Mark Skilton | October 27, 2016 | Technology
So what options are there for companies to protect themselves against such DDOS attacks, and for those companies building IOT devices?
Nadya Khoja

[Infographic] A Brief Guide to Microservices and Service Discoveries for Beginners

Nadya Khoja | October 27, 2016 | Technology
What Are Microservices and Service Discoveries? Microservices are independent processes that interact with other small processes and together, shape applications. These applications deploy language-agnostic APIs and are composed of microservices that carry out micro tasks that are singular in nature. In doing so, microservices embody an approach to...
Toby Nwazor

How Does Cloud Hosting Service Impact SEO?

Toby Nwazor | October 27, 2016 | Technology
Image Credit Switching to cloud-based computing service is a progressive move for any business. It is a shortcut to fast tracking activities that will improve online presence of any company. It is no longer news that one way...
William Morrow

A Few Reasons Why Buying Twitter Followers is a Good idea

William Morrow | October 27, 2016 | Technology
When social media networks appeared for the first time, they were used only for communication between people who know each other (in rare cases between people who don't know each other) and for fun. Today, the situation is different because millions of active...
Dr. Alexander Haldemann

The Samsung Galaxy Crisis - to Rebrand or Not to Rebrand?

Dr. Alexander Haldemann | October 27, 2016 | Technology
Samsung's brand crisis is worse than I thought it would be. The real severity of the problem dawned on me last weekend as I prepared to fly back to Zurich after a vacation with my family. Having just boarded the plane, I was busy getting settled in my seat when...
Laiza King

Interactive E-commerce and Why It's the New Future

Laiza King | October 27, 2016 | Technology
Henry Ford famously said that people could order Fords in any color they wanted, as long as it was black. If e-commerce existed more than a century ago, Ford might have been in trouble. In fact, it wasn't long after auto manufacturing became a major industry that customer demand kicked...
Toby Nwazor

10 Tips To Improve Your Website's Performance

Toby Nwazor | October 27, 2016 | Technology
Image Credit Ever been in a situation where you had to wait for minutes before a website completely load-up? It is a very frustrating experience to have to wait before one is able to access the required resources on a webpage....
Parker Beauchamp

Artificial Intelligence and the Insurance Industry: What You Need to Know

Parker Beauchamp | October 27, 2016 | Technology
Artificial Intelligence (AI) encompasses everything from machine learning to the Internet of Things (IoT). Thanks to these tech advancements, AI systems are now able to perform tasks that previously required human intelligence, such as visual and speech processing, decision-making and language translation. From...
Dan Nessel

Mevo Live Event Camera Review, Big Features in a Tiny Package

Dan Nessel | October 27, 2016 | Technology
The Mevo Live Event Camera ($399) is one of those gadgets you would have never dreamed about needing 5 years ago. A camera that can livestream your events, allow you to simulate 6 camera shots and do live editing on your iPad -...
Lt. Gen. Clarence E. McKnight Jr.


Lt. Gen. Clarence E. McKnight Jr. | October 27, 2016 | Technology
Of Bananas and Digital Communications by Lt. Gen. Clarence E. McKnight, Jr. When I was a lad, my father worked on the railroad. I used to accompany him as he organized rail traffic at a central switching station they called the "hump." His job was to align...
Andy Plesser

(VIDEO) Advanced Television Is About Buying Audiences, Not Space: Cadreon's Kumar

Andy Plesser | October 26, 2016 | Technology
Arun Kumar deliberately avoids the term "programmatic" when talking about advanced television's audience targeting potential. "All we're trying to do is take some of the principals behind programmatic. We don't want to buy space for the sake of buying space," says the Global President of Cadreon, Interpublic Group's ad...
Nancy Laws

Vidgo Set to Take Live Streaming to a New Level

Nancy Laws | October 26, 2016 | Technology
Staying connected to the outside world is now more important than ever. Everybody likes to have access to information and entertainment, but it used to be accepted that you abandoned this access whenever you left the house. Likewise, traveling abroad or otherwise being away from home meant that you could...
Laiza King

8 Effective Ways To Build A Solid Online Presence: WEB 101

Laiza King | October 26, 2016 | Technology
Credit As the world continues to evolve, it is important that as business owners, we don't remain static. And seeing as a lot of this evolution has to do with the web, it is essential that we start to take...
Harold Stark

Artificial Intelligence and the Evolution of a Smarter Internet

Harold Stark | October 26, 2016 | Technology
'Let's build a single supercomputer that is smarter than all of humanity put together.' While that sounds ominously similar to what a mad scientist in a fictional universe would say before unleashing a deadly robotic that destroys all humanity, that is exactly the ideal...
Adi Gaskell

Machine learning and the hunt for dementia

Adi Gaskell | October 26, 2016 | Technology
We've seen some tremendous improvements recently in the ability of machines to understand and interpret human speech. Indeed, there has even been tremendous progress in making machines sound more human than they currently do. For this post...
Jack Choros

8 Ways To Protect Yourself Internet Phishing Schemes

Jack Choros | October 25, 2016 | Technology
The Internet can help you do, see, and experience some amazing things. But just like any other great thing, there's also someone who wants to ruin it for everyone else. On the Internet, those people are cyber attackers who go phishing for innocent Internet users to take advantage of. If...
Jennifer Sullivan

I Didn't Unfriend You Over 'Politics'

Jennifer Sullivan | October 26, 2016 | Women
“Why are people unfriending others over politics?” If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard (or read) that question these past few months, I’d have enough money to bail out the Trump Taj Mahal. The individuals posing this query usually chalk the decision up...
Ellie Cachette

Future of Advertising Tech: Manipulation or Personalized Targeting?

Ellie Cachette | October 25, 2016 | Technology
Lately with the political debates going on everyone seems heated about topics, trends, data. Who's story is right, who's story is wrong. The reality is most of social media and content is being tailored to your personal preferences so debating while fun, it is actually less likely with...
Rod Favaron

Why Every Business Needs To Care About Social Customer Care

Rod Favaron | October 25, 2016 | Technology
If there's one thing this year has demonstrated, it's that we live in a social-first world. When Spredfast took a look at how this is playing out in real life, we found that 93% of all brand content isn't promotional - it's real conversations with consumers....
Rob Kall

DDOS Attack Using Internet Of Things On Major Sites Is A Digital Nuclear Attack

Rob Kall | October 25, 2016 | Technology
This hack of some of the world's biggest websites, through interference with DNS functions, might be considered to be comparable to detonation of a digital nuclear bomb.
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