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Will your company embrace AR for training?

Here's a short look at some of the use cases to support AR/VR in enterprise and government staff development and training.

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When should the data breach clock start?

Time is of the essence when a data breach occurs. The tricky part is figuring out exactly when a company first knows about a breach, and how long it has before making it public.

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BCG shows how to use AI the right way

Consulting firm BCG is using artificial intelligence to help companies improve business process efficiencies.

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Apple can support sideloading, while protecting the rest of us

There’s been a tumult of regulatory activity aimed at Apple, and the company now faces a tidal wave that will eventually force it to open parts of its platform.

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How to stop worrying and love zero trust

If you want to work remotely from home — or stay on the move as a digital nomad — you can thank zero trust for making that possible.

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How not to upgrade your enterprise technology

Just like the original Macintosh GUI, everything works better when you put your users at the center of change.

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As Omicron wanes, where does that leave working from home?

The trend toward remote work is basically in the same place it was before: it's often still the best option for the best workers.

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On browsers and bugs

While most computer users focus on desktop and mobile device patches, it’s important to make sure browsers are kept up to date as well.

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Nvidia GTC: Building the digital you

In the not-too-distant future, we could all be running around in multiple places as digital avatars.

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The trouble with hybrid work

Hybrid work — that's the answer! Employees can work part time in the office, part time at home, right? Problem solved! (Maybe not.)

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iCloud goes down: Live by the service, die by the service

Every enterprise (or consumer) should invest in multiple layers of backup to maintain data integrity, and should try to ensure key services still function in some way, even when servers fail.

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You can't keep quiet when you're hacked anymore

If you try to hide that your business has been hacked or you've paid ransomware, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency would like a word with you.

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Microsoft, its partners, and the ‘last-mile problem’

Microsoft recently unveiled changes to its partner program that shift the emphasis from customer to support to sales, sales, sales.

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Enterprise AR will be dominated by Apple and Magic Leap

Magic Leap's next-gen headset has two features that make it great for enterprise applications.

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Do svidaniya, Kaspersky — goodbye

Can you trust a Russian company with your technology? Your security? No — not with Vladimir Putin calling the shots when push comes to shove.

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The productivity takeaways from Microsoft’s partner update

Microsoft made changes to its partner program this week that should lead to a better match between skills and needs.

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Apple leads the 5G transition, reports claim

Driven by interest in the iPhone, sales of 5G-capable smartphones exceeded those of 4G devices for the first time in January.

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Are we destined to work in the metaverse?

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg says we'll eventually work all day in virtual reality. I think he's wrong; here's why.

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