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Jeremy Knauff
on May 21, 2021

Remote Employees “are least engaged,” says WeWork CEO, Sandeep Mathrani

During The Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything Festival on Wednesday, WeWork’s CEO, Sandeep Mathrani, made the claim that employees who are most comfortable working from home are the least engaged segment of the workforce. He stated, “It’s also pretty obvious that those who are overly engaged with the company want to go to the […]

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Sarah Marshall
on March 4, 2021

When Will Tigera IPO?

Tigera has reached Series B funding status since its founding in 2016 and may be ready to go public via IPO. The company has a comparatively high rate of growth, at around 7%, begging the question, when will Tigera file an IPO? It’s not always in a company’s best interest to go public, but based […]

Jack Giroux
on January 22, 2021

Google’s Fight With Australia, Explained

Australia and Google are going at it. Google is threatening to shut down its search engine in the country. If a polarizing bill that benefits the media becomes a law, Google will shut down in Australia. The law would allow media outlets to earn money from Google or Facebook simply from searches and likes.  Australian […]

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on January 16, 2021

StartUp ‘NeverEnding’ Goes Full Nerd, with Rich Virtual Worlds to Shed Tired Stereotypes

Jamie Van Doren says that being bullied as a child was a big inspiration for why his startup NeverEnding wanted to create an inclusive experience. The platform, which allows users to create customized characters, brings together the worlds of gaming and community for one exciting experience. We sat down to chat with Van Doren on […]

Cyber attacks increase threefold, cybersecurity has 4 million unfilled positions
Stewart Rogers Stewart Rogers has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on January 14, 2021

Cyber-attacks increase threefold, yet there are 4m unfilled cybersecurity positions

In 2020, the world experienced an unprecedented increase in cybercrimes amid COVID-19. In fact, data breaches increase 273 percent in the first quarter, compared to 2019, according to a new study from cloud computing company Iomart. Thanks to the additional vulnerabilities that opened up as people work from home, moves to take everything digital and conduct all […]

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Julia Sachs
on January 8, 2021

Parler Employees Say Apple Is Trying To Remove The App From The App Store

John Matze, CEO of Parler, says that Apple is unfairly trying to hold Parler accountable for the content on its platform in a post that was published to Parler on Friday. A screenshot of Apple’s inquiry posted on the Parler app reveals that the company is threatening to remove the app from the app store, […]

Charles Sosnik
on December 27, 2020

Does Child Privacy Even Matter?

In the economy of the near future, a majority of people will work as independent contractors for global companies. They will be defined, sorted and hired by data (information) gleaned by algorithms designed to search the entire data biosphere. Had a rough childhood? You’re probably screwed.

Larry Schwarberg
on December 21, 2020

Larry Schwarberg: How to Stop Holiday Shopping Scams

Online marketplaces and express shipping make last-minute holiday shopping relatively convenient and easy, making it easier for holiday shopping scams to pop up. An 31 percent of Americans wait to do their shopping between Black Friday and Christmas day. Christmas is now just days away and many shoppers are looking to buy presents online and pick them […]

Innovation & Tech Today
on December 15, 2020

What You Need to Know About 5G, According to Experts

Smart Tech Leaders from Verizon and Fybr Give Their Opinion on the State of 5G According to Statista, there are currently over 1.5 billion 4G subscribers around the world, a number that has ballooned substantially since 2010, when there were only a little over a million subscribers. However, especially in the smartphone age, we’re always ready […]

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on December 14, 2020

Chatbots are Eyeing Your Healthcare Now, Too

Bridging the gap between man and machine is no easy feat. Advancements in artificial intelligence have assisted computers in their communication with humans in order to simplify daily life and tasks. This technology has led to the creation of dialogue platforms such as chatbots, which are aimed at streamlining such interactions.  At their core, chatbots […]

Jaime Luis Aldecoa
on December 10, 2020

Startup Klir takes on those nasty amoebas in water, with software

Irish startup, Klir, is looking to become the real-life Powerpuff Girls when it comes to keeping water safe and consumable. Already considered a pioneer in the “water-tech” industry, the scientists at Klir recently created a solution for deadly, brain-eating amoeba that swim in water. Just like the Amoeba Boys in the cartoon show, an amoeba […]

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on December 1, 2020

With Streaming Becoming More Prevalent in 2020, You Better Be Connecting to the Internet With a VPN

Today’s age of entertainment and media has gone completely digital. With every major cable provider now rushing to release its own native streaming platform, the fight to win customer’s loyalty on choosing their new “streaming package” becomes more aggressive—domestically and abroad. Consequently, all streaming opportunities aren’t created equal. For those who reside abroad, the ability […]

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