How Google is Working to Secure Technology

April 24, 2017

They have been called “the defenders of the Internet”: the team of elite hackers hired by Google to find and report zero-day security vulnerabilities – those security flaws that have no known patch or fix, those flaws that are favored by hackers seeking user exploitation. They are the team responsible for finding the Microsoft “Edge/IE” bug, Apple’s […]

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Should You Interview a Job Candidate Again?

April 19, 2017

When you have an important job position to fill, finding a perfect long-term fit can feel like a difficult process. In some cases, you might not be certain of which top candidate will ultimately be the best choice for the role. Other times, you may not have access to enough candidates whose skills match what […]

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The Ethics of Encryption

April 13, 2017

Our modern age of one and zeroes has brought countless conveniences to everyday life. At the same, the incredible technology we rely on to stay connected, help us get things done, and improve our lives comes with its own unique and still-emerging challenges. Data security is one of the big concern in the new digital landscape, and […]

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March Jobs Report: Three Month Decline in Unemployment Rate

April 7, 2017

According to the latest jobs report, the unemployment rate in the United States declined to 4.5 percent in March. More than half of the 98,000 jobs added to the economy were professional and business service sector jobs, showing strong job growth in the tech sector.

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Security in the Age of the IoT

April 3, 2017

In 2016, Gartner estimated that 6.4 Billion connected devices would be in use. Plugging all aspects of daily life into the Internet is no longer hypothetical – it is happening on a massive and global scale. But with the Internet of Things (IoT) comes glaring security issues that have yet to be fully addressed. These […]

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The Meteoric Rise of Renewable Energy Technology

March 29, 2017

For most of human history, we have received most of our energy from sunshine, fire, muscle power, and wind. With the industrial revolution, coal-fired steam engines quickly gave way to petroleum-based fuels and internal combustion engines. When electricity came into use, it was produced by either hydropower, or some type of thermal plant that utilized […]

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