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Blur your background in a Teams meeting

Not happy with your backdrop in a video meeting? Try background blur. You’ll appear nice and clear while everything behind you is subtly concealed. Note: Background blurring might not prevent sensitive information from being visible to other meeting participants. To start a meeting with background blur, move the blur slider—the one to the right of the

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Global Traffic Spikes. No Panic at the Cisco!

Seemingly overnight, social distancing across the globe has defined a new normal and we’re all on a fast-learning curve to adapt in our day-to-day lives. I’ve replaced physical meetings with video conferencing. I now have virtual “happy hours” with coworkers and friends to share concerns and also to laugh a little, much-needed in these uncertain

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Coronavirus Could Infect Privacy And Civil Liberties Forever

Coronavirus has infected more than just individuals and their bodies. It’s also infected society, which is adapting drastically in order to reduce the number of lives the COVID-19 pandemic claims. Not only are governments adopting new economic and public health measures to fight the coronavirus and its impact, but they’re harnessing big data in ways

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16 best practices for improving cybersecurity

Cisco’s 2020 CISO Benchmark Study links a robust patch policy and collaboration to smaller data breaches. Chief information security officers never seem to get a break, whether the new challenge comes from well-funded adversaries, increased business risk, new regulations, tight budgets, or talent shortages. Cisco’s CISO Benchmark Study for 2020 offers some perspective on the

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How technology is protecting endangered species

Artificial intelligence, the cloud, and smart cameras are being used to catch poachers and track wildlife populations. Cambodia is home to 16 globally endangered species, like the Asian elephant, tigers, and leopards. Conservationists there are working with a Harvard computer scientist to stop the poaching that is pushing so many species to the brink of

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Dell Technologies’ new 86 inch mega monitor is quite the specimen

Dell Technologies’ new 86 inch mega monitor is quite the specimen By Joel Khalili January 25, 2020 The C8621QT features a smaller bezel, USB-C connectivity and is far lighter than its predecessor. (Image credit: Dell) Computing giant Dell Technologies has announced an upgrade to its gargantuan 86-inch 4K touch monitor, and TechRadar Pro got hands on with the C8621QT

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Finally, the world is getting concerned about data privacy

More about cybersecurity Cybersecurity in 2020: Eight frightening predictions The 10 most important cyberattacks of the decade How to become a cybersecurity pro: A cheat sheet Famous con man Frank Abagnale: Crime is 4,000 times easier today Before US presidential news and the COVID-19 coronavirus took over the press, privacy was one of the major

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AI At The Edge: Creating Coordinated Autonomy

Jim Sinur Contributor COGNITIVE WORLDContributor Group  AI Independent Digital Business Consultant Today organizations have to deal with so many emergent behaviors that the notion of central control as the only coping mechanism seems to be receding as a dominant management model. Freedom must be doled out further from the centrist idea by creating goals, constraints, boundaries and

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42 More Cybersecurity Predictions For 2020

“2019 saw the cybersecurity industry start to explore AI-based solutions. In the coming months, cybercriminals will start to do the same, integrating AI and machine learning into their malware programs to bypass and infiltrate targeted systems. Current cybersecurity measures rely on ‘detection and response,’ but as attackers begin to leverage AI to bypass existing solutions,

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