Tag Archives: Security

Top 5 Innovative Technologies That Will Disrupt and Dominate 2019 and Beyond

With every passing year, innovations on this planet abound. Just 30 years ago, the internet was a rarity, and few could have ever imagined just how extensively this new technology would disrupt and dominate our lives. As we move toward 2019, the rate at which we are producing these innovations is only increasing, meaning that more life-changing technologies are just ...

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Innovation Should Not Ignore Privacy or Security Risks

Innovation Should Not Ignore Privacy or Security Risks - Innovation Excellence

Will new laws ignore privacy dangers inherent in self-driving cars? Even as the country still reels from revelations that almost 2.5 million more people were affected by the recent Equifax than previously thought (bringing the current total up to 145.5 million), the senate has introduced legislation regarding advanced testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles without addressing privacy or security measures. ...

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The Debate Between the US Government and the Tech Industry About Encryption, Explained

The Debate Between the US Government and the Tech Industry About Encryption, Explained

In an unusually contentious political season, there seems to be one thing that unites leaders from both parties: the need to thwart terrorists using encrypted messages. Everybody from President Obama and Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump and Jeb Bush are calling on the private sector to facilitate backdoors for security officials. The tech industry, for its part, has balked. A letter to ...

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Is iPhone 5S the Fingerprint of mCommerce Success?

Today as part of the new iPhone 5S Apple has finally integrated Authentec's biometric technology into their flagship mobile phone that they purchased last year. Why is this tiny little sensor such a potential sea change for the mobile industry? Let's look at all of the ways that this technology addition makes the iPhone more valuable than other phones.

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Innovation as Self-Actualization

I’ve been reading a number of books about how to increase engagement and excitement at work. Two on my desk right now are Bury my heart at Conference Room B (which I have mixed feelings about) and the other is The Progress Principle (which I will be reviewing on this blog shortly). Both books speak to the fact that businesses ...

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