Tools And Hardware

What’s the difference and do you need both?

Staying safe online is becoming more and more difficult to achieve. Not only do threats increase in complexity and frequency, but protection methods also become threat-specific, making it harder to understand the different protections each security tool offers and whether or not you need them. Two of the most misunderstood …

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Why IoT Developers Need Access to Better Tools [Q&A]

IoT devices pose a number of challenges for developers, including security concerns and having to work with limited hardware capabilities. We spoke with François Baldassari of connected device specialist Memfault to find out why it might be better for IoT device developers and engineers to have the kinds of DevOps …

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Review of the week: Auto, Security, Ubiquitous IT

securitythe Government of the United States The agencies have warned that the Russian military is using a Kubernetes cluster to attempt distributed and anonymized brute-force access against hundreds of government and private sector targets around the world. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Federal …

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Global Hardware Toolbox Industry Growth, Size, Sales, Supply Chain, Production Revenue 2021 (Endura, BOSCH, Santo, Great Wall Precision) – KSU

Hardware Toolbox MARKET WITNESSING AN AMAZING GROWTH. World Hardware Toolbox Market Research Report 2021 – Global Market Outlook, Industry Intelligence, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast to 2025This research report consists of statistically analyzed quantitative and qualitative data on the Global Hardware Toolbox Market. It provides a comprehensive analysis of …

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GitHub Copilot is a paired AI programming where you, the human, still have to do most of the work • The Register

GitHub unveiled a code completion tool called Copilot on Tuesday that shows promise but still has some way to go to meet its goal of programming AI pairs. If you’re wondering how well it works, in a service FAQ, which is available as a limited “tech preview”, GitHub admitted: And: …

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Microsoft is removing its PC Health Check tool because it didn’t say why you couldn’t have Windows 11

Microsoft announced Windows 11 last week and introduced a new set of hardware requirements for the updated operating system. If you want to know if your Windows PC is compatible, you can use the official PC Health Check app for the task. Unfortunately, many Windows 10 users found their systems …

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Resilient Southwest Florida’s Vital Resource United Way Pandemic Steve Sanderson

This past year has been exceptionally difficult for our community and all of Southwest Florida. Our United Way responded to over 8,300 calls to our 2-1-1 non-emergency hotline, with requests for help accessing medical and mental health care at an all-time high. Even those who did not call for help …

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Microsoft claims its own customer support tools have been compromised by SolarWinds hackers

Microsoft claims that some of its customer support tools were accessed by the Nobelium hacking group, which was also connected to the SolarWinds attacks, due to the compromise of a Microsoft customer service agent’s computer. Microsoft said Reuters that the agent had limited access and could see things like the …

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Out of the “Minority Report” script and in home offices everywhere

Benzinga met with Peter Holst, President and CEO of Oblong, Inc. (NASDAQ: OBLG), at the Global Small Cap conference in May and found out that the company will grow almost entirely in cloud computing over the next year. While the pandemic is said to have accelerated this development, remote collaboration …

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