After the dot com bubble, Paul Graham wrote an influential essay that drew lessons from the crash. While the tech bubble didn’t burst in quite the same way, it has certainly lost some air. Discover the key lessons from the current tech landscape which would shape a brighter future.
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The main reason for Microsoft 365’s banning is the conflict between the European GDPR and the US CLOUD Act. Moreover, EU laws require businesses to have on-premise private servers for compliance. Find what led to the ban, and how businesses can stay compliant.
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The new and stricter cybersecurity guidelines require federal agencies to get NIST accreditation. Further, agencies should improve communication and perform frequent checks to ensure protection from intrusions and hacks.
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Throughout her life, and 70-year reign as Britain’s monarch, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was an eager, early adopter of technology but criticized the irresponsible use of it. Her majesty maintained a preference for human communication aided by technology.
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Cybersecurity has open positions at all levels. An experienced cybersecurity architect can expect to earn over $150,000. Demand is only going to increase with time, which means you should act now to get your foot in the door.
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Instagram allowed minors to set up public accounts that displayed their contact information. While the company points out that it had resolved these issues, the fine is now confirmed.
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Tech manufacturers are looking to move away from China due to increasing labor, manufacturing, and shipping costs. Learn all about this move and its potential effects on the global tech market.
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US officials have forced the biggest US chip manufacturers, Nvidia and AMD, to stop flagship product sales to China. Learn why this ban is happening and what consequences it may have on global markets.
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