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It’s Time for Government Agencies to Secure Their Multicloud Environments

Multicloud environments can be extremely challenging to organize, manage and secure.

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What is the 'New Normal' for IT Modernization?

Given that protocols requiring social distancing are likely to remain in effect for some time, the likelihood of workers returning to offices at pre-pandemic levels seems slim.

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Vaccine Chaos Is Looming

The COVID-19 vaccines furthest along in clinical trials are the fastest to make, but they are also the hardest to deploy.

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Women Equal Men in Computing Skill, but Are Less Confident

Women in STEM careers remains around 24% even though women make up almost 50% of the overall workforce.

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How Nontraditional Hires Can Fill the Tech Talent Gap

Individuals with a high emotional intelligence, creativity and problem-solving skills can be well-suited to IT roles.

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Addressing Insider Threats with Event Triggers 

An insider threat program that incorporates financial triggers can help identify at-risk individuals.

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Google Shows Huge Panic Attack Rise During COVID

Researchers found a major jump in searches related to anxiety, panic attacks, and treatments for panic attacks, especially remote and self-care techniques.

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The First True Smart City Blossoms in Georgia’s Peachtree Corners

The city founded the Curiosity Lab, a huge facility designed to help industry test new technology.

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The Supply of Disinformation Will Soon Be Infinite

Disinformation campaigns used to require a lot of human effort, but artificial intelligence will take them to a whole new level.

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On TikTok, the Trump Administration Is Adopting China’s Own Vision for the Internet

Until recently, the United States has been a staunch opponent of data localization laws.

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The Need for Unified Data Protection in the U.S.

Innovative businesses should be fighting to get federal privacy legislation to get the most out of data while simultaneously protecting customer information.

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Teens Want COVID-19 Advice that Gives Them Safe Ways to Socialize – Not Just Rules for What They Can’t Do

As the pandemic continues, public health messaging will have to help young people find ways to socialize safely and speak to them in their language and on their platforms.

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Good Nutrition Can Contribute to Keeping COVID-19 and Other Diseases Away

Many Americans don’t consume nearly enough of the essential nutrients our bodies need to function properly.

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Why Data Lakes Are More Powerful for the DOD than Commercial Industry

The ability to share information about fleets, weapons systems, supply chain and adversarial intelligence is too much of a draw to ignore the power of a data lake.

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Inclusion Starts with Better Management – Here's What Employees Say about Making Diversity Work

To fully tap into the positive outcomes of diversity, organizations need to focus on inclusion.

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Faked Videos Shore Up False Beliefs about Biden's Mental Health

These deceptively altered videos have become a major element of disinformation campaigns that wield falsehoods in an effort to sway voters.

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The Path Toward a Holistic Zero Trust Architecture

The Defense Department's anticipated guidelines should inspire more organizations to follow such a model, moving zero trust from a buzzword to reality.