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Of course, Microsoft doesn’t define “limited” or say how much storage space the update initialization actually takes, exactly how the update initialization may fail, what the repercussions of that are, or how to recover from it. If you can.

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Oh, he'll be back, but first he wants to work on--yes, really--his interpersonal skills.

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Patent applications for AI technology skyrocket

Should you apply for a patent for that new AI tech idea you've been working on? Some experts say it's better to have a patent portfolio than not, while others recommend focusing on quality rather than quantity. Here are things to consider as you make your decision.
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Now, if only other technology leaders could take a long hard look at themselves and make changes for the better.
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Soon, but not soon enough for die-hard sports fans, we'll be able to watch streaming sports that are less than a second behind live action instead of 30 seconds and more behind the time.
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12 months on from Equifax breach: No change?
Why are people still using SSNs as identifiers?

It’s been a year since we discovered the biggest consumer data-breach ever. 150 million people had their personal identifying information leak out of +Equifax’s servers.

Identity information including social security numbers—which were of course never intended to be used as an identifier. Soon after the breach went public, there were calls for the #SSN to be made obsolete—or at least replaced by some sort of #biometric identifier.

So where are we now? Has anything really changed? In the inaugural #IDBlogwatch at #Veridium, +Richi Jennings rings the bell for the good-old/bad-old SSN.

https://www.veridiumid.com/blog/12-months-on-from-equifax-breach/
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Good news: Remote work is more accepted. Bad news: You might not want it.
Employers are more willing to support remote work, suggests industry research. But the dream of telecommuting does not always match the reality.

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If you're still using an older Symantec, Thawte, GeoTrust, or RapidSSL certificate to secure your website, no one using the next version of Chrome or Firefox in October will be able to visit your site. Fix it. Fix it now.
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Can you get rid of fake users and trolls while preserving people's anonymity? Authenteq's Trollreq may be the answer.
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Storj shows open-source developers and cloud service providers Can profit together. Here's how.
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