Regardless of the moral issues surrounding married people sleeping around, people threatening perceived other lovers, and people stalking people they're supposed to protect, there's one thing most people will agree with: This isn't how government workers are supposed to be using email.
As, as we applaud Nate Silver for his work, and tip our hats to Hal Varian's foresight, we also need to seize this opportunity to promote the coolness of math, and its STEM partners: science, technology and engineering.
The only way to keep your company's cloud operations secure is to watch over everything like a hawk. A new report from the Cloud Standards Customer Council can help your business keep all of your security concerns in check.
The battle for digital wallet share is on. The proliferation of cards, e-wallets, apps, and other options has consumers’ and merchants’ heads spinning. While the trend is to digitize everything physical that now exists in wallets, not everyone agrees what the ideal solution is or how it should be implemented.
Marketing doesn’t belong only to the Marketing Department. It behooves every employee to help others perceive the company as one worth doing business with. After all, the people who work in manufacturing, accounting, or software development can only be paid if money funnels into the company.
Getting electricity from sunlight is a key part of sustainable energy strategies, but most solar cells are made with expensive unobtanium materials. Researchers at Stanford have succeeded in making a solar cell using just carbon for everything from the active layer to the electrodes. The result could be inexpensive devices that could be used widely.