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iPhone X Explained

#Apple departed from its traditional preview strategy for what it bills as its most important new iPhone in years, prioritizing early access to the iPhone X for YouTube personalities and celebrities over most technology columnists who traditionally review its new products.

Apple provided the #iPhoneX to a small number of traditional testers for about a week, while limiting most others, The Wall Street Journal included, to a single day with the device before reviews could be published. About a half-dozen personalities on Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube video service were granted time with the device before its release.

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CompTIA’s Security+ is a well-respected, vendor-neutral security certification. Security+ credential holders are recognized as possessing superior technical skills, broad knowledge and expertise in multiple security-related disciplines.

While Security+ is an entry-level certification, successful candidates should possess at least six months of experience working in the areas of network administration and network security. Candidates who want to obtain this certification should consider first obtaining both the A+ and Network+ certification. IT pros who obtain the certificate possess expertise in areas such as threat management, cryptography, identity management, security systems, security risk identification and mitigation, network access control, and security infrastructure. The #CompTIA #Security+ credential is also approved by the U.S. Department of Defense to meet Directive 8140.-M requirements.

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Cyber Security, your Pizza orders aren’t safe

Pizza Hut’s customers had their online accounts compromised.
#Cybercrime is growing at such a rapid rate, even companies selling products as safe as pizza are under cyber-attack. The increase in #cybercrime to this level continues to create more #cybersecurity #jobs.

Pizza Hut told customers by email on Saturday that some of their personal information may have been compromised. Some of those customers are angry that it took almost two weeks for the fast food chain to notify them.

According to a customer notice emailed from the pizza chain, those who placed an order on its website or mobile app between the morning of Oct. 1 and midday Oct. 2 might have had their information exposed.

The “temporary security intrusion” lasted for about 28 hours, the notice said, and it’s believed that names, billing ZIP codes, delivery addresses, email addresses and payment card information — meaning account number, expiration date and CVV numbers — were compromised. Would you like to be that special person who saved your company from a devastating cyber-attack?

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Congratulations #ABCO #Technology for receiving the Outstanding Achievement Award for 100% placement for our programs.
We would like to thank our faculty , staff and foremost our students for their hard work and dedication.
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How to ensure your local Search Engine Marketing campaign is working for your business

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What do CMOs need to know about cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is a fundamental consideration for all organizations operating in today’s connected and data-driven world. While all who work across your business – from the IT department, to the PR team and beyond – need to understand the fundamentals of cybersecurity, CMOs have a special responsibility as leaders to ensure they are mitigating risk and are prepared in the event of a possible breach. Here are five things CMOs need to know.

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#Twitter doubles character limit because it needs more users

Twitter has given its users something new to fight about, adding to the daily chorus of political squabbles, pop culture arguments and celebrity shade-throwing.

Twitter announced Tuesday that it will test-run a new 280-character limit for tweets, doubling the longstanding and infamous 140-character limit. To test the new character limit, Twitter granted a select group of users the ability to try it out.

Twitter said the bump is an attempt to give everyone in the world the ability to "easily express themselves on Twitter," noting that users tweeting in Japanese, Chinese and Korean can fit much more into a 140-character tweet than users tweeting in other languages. Tweets in Japanese, Chinese and Korean will not be able to utilize the increased character limit.

The change may be an attempt to lure more users to Twitter and increase the activity of users already on the platform. Amid calls for the company to crack down on harassment, Twitter failed to add any new, active users in the second quarter of 2017 and lost 2 million users in the United States, as reported by #Buzzfeed News.

Like many of Twitter's policies, Tuesday's announcement divided users, who responded with equal parts eye-rolling and wit.

Users chosen to test-run the new limit fired off long, rambling tweets, playfully mocking those not selected to try it out. Some users were all for it, noting that it will get rid of the constant tweet-editing needed to hit 140-characters and limit lengthy threads
#ABCO #Technology believes the increase in Twitter’s character limit will be a great opportunity for marketers who understand this technology. It was difficult to promote a product with 140 characters. The new 280 character limit will let advertisers express more about their products and services. Hopefully the change will bring more users to Twitter.

If you are interested in using #socialmedia to promote your product, service or cause, it’s time for you to contact ABCO Technology. Reaching our campus is easy. Call us by telephone from 9 AM to 6 PM Monday through Friday. Call today at: (310) 216-3067.

Email your questions to info@abcotechnology.edu
Financial aid is available to all students who are able to qualify for the funding.

ABCO Technology is located at: 11222 South La Cienega Blvd. in STE # 588
Los Angeles, Ca. 90304
Social media is powerful. Learn to use it for your business today!

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