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Pam Baker
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freelance journalist and book author
freelance journalist and book author

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Part 2 in my series explores whether election meddling amounts to an act of war. Is cyberwar a thing or not?
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Part 1 of this two-part series is about how data-crazed companies are letting their greed overcome good sense. And how that will be their and their victims downfall
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To brag or not to brag? That is not the question. Of course one must brag. But do it with finesse and win over the C-suite like this...
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Looking to get more from your IoT data even faster? Edge computing can help you with that. Here's how it works, and how to use it.
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In the ongoing battle of profits vs #privacy, what can (or should) we do to protect our privacy AND our freedom of speech?
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My latest article helps security teams safely navigate their way towards GDPR compliance. It's seriously tough to do. However, given what has happened with Facebook and Cambridge Analytics, it would make sense for the U.S. to adopt similar regulation -- especially since companies will already be outfitted to protect data and individual privacy.
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Data, data everywhere. There are options as to where to store and analyze all that data to prevent pileups and bottlenecks in the data center. I'll tell you about these strategies in my latest piece....
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Did you know that an athlete can use a performance enhancement drug only once and benefit from it for life? Yes, that's a thing. I'll tell you how that works in my latest post on epigenetics
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Blockchain vs supply chain sustainability software -- which is likely to win in the battle to assure consumers that a company is socially responsible? Here's my article on that and more in the struggle to provide customers with reliable data.
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Smart city IT systems aim to be flexible and agile, with data both informing policy and helping to enforce compliance. But "disruption" is not a term regulators comfortably use, and a world of fast-changing policies is not a future most corporations want to embrace. Here's the good, bad, and ugly in the debate over data-driven policy disruptions.
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