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1. How to improve your privacy in Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Edge and Brave
Privacy is now a priority among browser makers, but they may not go as far as you want in fighting pervasive ad industry trackers on the web. Here's a look at how you can crank up your privacy settings to outsmart that online tracking.
Origional Story Date :8/1/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Online | Privacy
2. How IT leaders can effectively address systemic racism
In response to ongoing protests across the United States (and globally) denouncing the institution of systemic racism that has plagued the black community for more than 400 years, many corporations have publicly announced their full support for social justice reform, anti-racism tactics, and “allyship” in various ways.
Origional Story Date :8/3/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | IT Culture
3. Big Tech's antitrust hearing is over. Now the real action starts
Over the course of a nearly six-hour grilling on Wednesday, the CEOs of Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google fended off inquiries from Congress about their data collection practices, disinformation miscues and efforts to stomp out competitors. The questions came fast and sometimes furiously, chiding the companies for their offenses.
Origional Story Date :7/30/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Politics
4. Apple's retail technology play
Apple Retail taught the company a great deal concerning the future of retail, and a quiet technology acquisition shows it intends to go with the retail flow as it invests in a system that turns iPhones into POS payment systems.
Origional Story Date :8/3/2020
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Retail Technology
5. Windows 10 hacks: 11 hidden tricks to master now
These Windows 10 tips and tricks can save you time and effort. Sarah Tew/CNET Whether you've been using Windows 10 for years or have only recently upgraded, there are plenty of new and old tips, tricks and hidden features to learn that will make using your laptop every day faster and smoother.
Origional Story Date :7/22/2020
HowTo | CNET News
Information Technology | Hardware | Networking | WAN | Microsoft | Windows 10
6. Will CISA Be the Savior of State and Local Cybersecurity?
There is agreement on both sides of the aisle that an expansion of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) would benefit state and local efforts. There isn't consensus on just how that should happen.
Origional Story Date :7/28/2020
News | Government Technology
Information Technology | Security
7. Is Your Team Feeling Bored? Here Are 5 Ways to Inspire Them
There are many reasons why people may quit a job. Sometimes, as the person’s direct manager, those reasons aren’t totally in your control, like how much they’re paid and what their benefits are However, a recent Fractl survey reveals 14% of Americans who quit their jobs did so because they weren’t being challenged. Translation? They were bored.
Origional Story Date :7/26/2020
News | Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Leadership
8. A Dive into Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
With America coming together over the Black Lives Matter movement, we’re on the verge of momentous change. And not just change within our political system. There has been a paradigm shift in the way we examine race and the injustices built into our system—every part of our system. That includes corporate America, with each of our businesses playing a role.
Origional Story Date :7/22/2020
News | Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Diversity
9. How AI is Transforming Global Supply Chain Management
With inflation and increased competition, it is vital to reduce the cost of the final product while maintaining quality. Practically speaking, it’s impossible to cut the cost involved in core technical and non-technical activities. The only thing left to experiment is Supply Chain.
Origional Story Date :7/24/2020
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Supply Chain
10. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says there's no secret deal with Trump
Mark Zuckerberg says speculation that he has some kind of secret understanding with President Donald Trump is "pretty ridiculous." In an interview with Axios published Monday, the Facebook CEO dismissed the rumors and defended the social network's policies around political speech.
Origional Story Date :7/20/2020
Interview | CNET News
Information Technology | Online | Social Networking