Coolest Pet Tech Ever Created

February 20, 2017

In 2009, an Amazon representative told Forbes, “The most significant year-over-year growth is technology applied to pet training and behavior.” Eight years later, pet tech is in high-demand, so much so that the massive and popular Consumer Electronics Show (CES) now features an entire section of booths solely dedicated to our furry friends. This year […]

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Why Choose the Cloud? Benefits of Cloud Computing

February 15, 2017

In their 2016 State of the Cloud Report, Right Scale showed 95% of companies surveyed reported using the cloud in some form. Of those respondents, 18% said they were using the public cloud only, 71% said they were using a hybrid cloud, and 6% said they were only using a private cloud. As cloud computing is […]

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The Truth About Healthcare Cybersecurity

February 7, 2017

From 2015 to 2016, our country saw the number of Healthcare Cybersecurity breaches double. Since then, security breaches across all fields have continuously been on the rise, with 2017 ushering in some of the largest identity theft hacks in history. No one likes to hear that any personal information has been compromised, but it gets […]

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January Jobs Report: Largest Jobs Gain in Four Months

February 6, 2017

The first Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report of 2017 revealed 227,000 jobs were created in January 2017. A total of 39,000 jobs were created in the professional and business services sector, and the unemployment rate saw little change at 4.8 percent.

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Chatbots: The New Interface for Technology and Daily Life

February 2, 2017

“Hi, Alexa. What’s the weather?” Talking to Amazon’s voice-activated digital assistant via the Echo or Dot can be addictive. And it’s popular: These items sold out during the holidays. Their success with everyday consumers gives weight to what the tech world is saying: Chatbots are the new apps.

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Dawn of the New Collar Jobs

January 19, 2017

Historically, the United States workforce has fallen in to either a white collar or blue collar category. White collar work was typically considered administrative, taking place in an office setting, while blue collar careers surrounded manual labor and were heavily focused on an industrial setting. In recent years, however, a new category has emerged called new […]

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