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Speed matters: How Ethernet went from 3Mbps to 100Gbps… and beyond

Ars Technica  Iljitsch van Beijnum 06/29/2023 10:46 am Categories:Tech View non-AMP version at arstechnica.com EnlargeAdrienne Bresnahan | Getty Images With Ethernet turning 50 this year, Ars is resurfacing this feature on the development and evolution of Ethernet that was originally published in 2011. Although watching TV shows from the 1970s suggests otherwise, the...
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Employees want remote-work tools, not in-office mandates

Employees want remote-work tools, not in-office mandates, Atlassian says As back-to-office orders stir discontent, half of those employees who work outside of the office say they do not have remote-work tools, Atlassian study shows. By Charlotte TruemanSenior Writer, Computerworld | JUN 15, 2023 As companies tweak their remote work polices in the wake of the pandemic a new study from col...
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4 Industries on the Brink of Technological Disruption

Rob Enderle July 4, 2022 4:00 AM PT One of the stories told in management classes as an example of a recurring mistake companies make when their industry is transitioning focuses on buggy makers at the turn of the last century. Those that figured out they were in the personal transportation business pivoted to cars. Most of the others that thought they were only in the buggy business became exti...
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Our love of the cloud is making a green energy future impossible

Image Credits: Erik Isakson / Getty Images Mark Mills @MarkPMills / 9:30 am PDT • April 25, 2020 Contributor Mark Mills is the author of the book, “Digital Cathedrals: The Information Infrastructure Era,” and is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a Faculty Fellow at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering, and a partner in Cottonwood Venture Partners, an energy-te...
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Microsoft: 99.9% of compromised accounts did not use multi-factor authentication

Speaking at the RSA security conference last week, Microsoft engineers said that 99.9% of the compromised accounts they track every month don't use multi-factor authentication, a solution that stops most automated account attacks. The cloud giant said it tracks more than 30 billion login events per day and more than one billion monthly active users. Microsoft said that, on average, around 0.5%...
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Apple exec confirms cryptocurrency is on company radar

After indications earlier this year that Apple might be interested in cryptocurrency, a company exec this week confirmed the company is indeed interested in digital money, as it has "interesting long-term potential." By Lucas Mearian Senior Reporter, Computerworld | SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 After announcing support for digital signatures and public and private encryption keys, which could be...
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Apple needs two more Android apps

Apple needs two more Android apps Apple won’t truly succeed with iMessage or Apple Pay unless it expands beyond the Appleverse. By Mike Elgan Apple likes to change the world. The introduction of the iPhone in 2007 and the launch of the iPad in 2010 mainstreamed touchscreen phones and tablets, respectively. That was world-changing. This change took place via products Apple makes ...
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Microsoft and Facebook’s 4,000-mile transatlantic internet cable Marea is now complete

Microsoft and Facebook’s 4,000-mile transatlantic internet cable Marea is now complete Paul Sawers A new subsea cable connecting North America with mainland Europe has now been completed, promising to meet the growing demand for cloud services with a capacity of 160 terabits per second. The 6,600km (4,000 mile) transatlantic cable, nicknamed Marea, lies more than 17,000 feet below the Atlantic ...
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Credit Agency Equifax Cracked, 143 Million Consumers Exposed

Credit Agency Equifax Cracked, 143 Million Consumers ExposedBy David Jones Sep 8, 2017 10:04 AM PT Consumer credit reporting agency Equifax on Thursday said it suffered a major criminal data breach that exposed personal information of as many as 143 million consumers in the U.S. between mid-May and July of this year. The attack exposed a range of sensitive personal data, including names, addres...
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Please join Lake Norman IT Professionals on the brand-new yacht “Carolina Grace” for an extraordinary networking event to benefit E2D

Lake Norman IT Professionals Charity Sunset Cruise to Benefit E2D by LKN IT Professionals Event Information Share this event Date and Time Thu, October 12, 2017 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT Add to Calendar Location Lake Normans Brand New Yacht "The Carolina Grace" Kings Point Marina Cornelius, NC 28031 Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lake-norman-it-professionals-ch...
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