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Sweden is Sparking a Mobility Movement

Through IKEA, Sweden has already transformed the world of contemporary furniture and home furnishing. Now Sweden is taking on an arguably even more ambitious goal: leading the world in tackling some of the thorniest causes of global climate change. Through the Swedish Energy Agency and its partners, the nation is focusing on reducing pollution from the transportation sector. It plans to reduce (but not entirely eliminate) the need for private car ownership by improving alternative travel options for people in everyday life.

Here are three lessons from Swedish counterparts.
1. Get outside
2. Engage tradition
3. Be brave
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What is Cloud Access Security Broker?

A Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) is a policy enforcement point that delivers data and threat protection in the cloud, on any device, anywhere. There are three requirements for a CASB -
1 - Management: Visibility and clean-up after high-risk events
2 - Security: Preventing high-risk events such as data leakages and threat intrusions
3- Zero-Day protection: Protection from known and unknown data leakage risks and malware threats

There are three types of CASB -
API-only CASB that deliver only management.
First-Gen CASB that deliver management and security.
Multi-mode Next-Gen CASB delivers management, security and Zero-Day protection.
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Why You Should Start Prototyping—Right Now

Here are 4 steps you should consider when creating early prototypes:
1. Take advantage of your fresh perspective
2. Identify what excites you and the team
3. Translate your excitement into prototypes (with content your client understands)
4. Highlight where your client sees design opportunities
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3 Inspiration Tips for Designers

1. Satisfying a Curiosity
2. Defying the Expected
3. Touching an Emotion
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13 Ways to Make Your Workspace More Creative

1. Install a communal table or other gathering space
2. Make things moveable
3. Display your values
4. Hide the clocks
5. Situate joy
6. Put creative tools in the way
7. Build a home-y kitchen
8. Activate empathy
9. Use nature to support well-being
10. Cultivate permission
11. Provide spaces for projects
12. Introduce some play
13. Think about a landscape of creative spaces
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How to Design a Meeting That Doesn't Suck

frequent phone checking, a battle to sound like the smartest person in the room, zero follow-through. So, how do you reinvent a workplace ritual so that it truly inspires?

Here are 3 tips:

1. Create agreements, not rules
2. Design and brand it
3. Make it interdisciplinary and inclusive

#design #iot #truepixel #idea
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How to Make Hard Feedback Pay Off

While we can't offer up permanent thick skin, we have come up with 4 mindset shifts that will help you get—and give—negative feedback in a constructive way

1. Introduce constraints
2. Tag your team
3. Be Spock
4. Don’t ask for the answer

- Ashley Szukalski
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MRI Glove Provides New Look at Hand Anatomy

In a first for MRI, a glove-shaped detector proved capable of capturing images of moving fingers. The technology shows how tissue types move in concert, which could be useful in cataloging differences seen in injury. NeuroscienceNews.com image is credited to the researchers.
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Apple invests $10M in greenhouse gas-free aluminum smelting

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard joined key execs from Apple and industrial manufacturers Alcoa and Rio Tinto to announce a new process for smelting aluminum that removes greenhouse gases from the equation.
Alcoa and Rio Tinto are creating a joint venture in based in Montreal called Elysis, to help mainstream the process, with plans to make it commercially available by 2024. Along with swapping carbon for oxygen as a byproduct of the production process, the technology is also expected to reduce costs by around 15 percent.
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This Driverless truck will kill 400 net jobs in Canada.
About 400 jobs are expected to disappear at Suncor Energy Inc.'s oilsands mines in northern Alberta as it deploys driverless ore-hauling trucks to replace the ones humans operate now.
#technology #alberta #suncor #truck #jobscanada #canada #tpg
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