What looks like "bossism" or a perverse crackdown by tech management to put employees in their place is more likely a pull-back from over-hiring at the start of the pandemic
The most popular search engine on the internet may be headed for some rough sailing in the next one or two years, according to the creator of Gmail
Many workers and managers in the United States and the United Kingdom place a higher value on trust in the workplace over financial compensation, according to new research released Tuesday. A survey of 500 workers and managers in the U.S. and U.K. conducted by Osterman Research for cybersecurity fir...
Metaverse constructors are still figuring out how to detect who is visiting virtual stores, where and when they visit, how and for how long they interact with products, and why they engage with specific content
Distributed denial-of-service attacks continued to rise in November. A prime target was the United States, with 1,543 attacks. While "as a service" offerings have made ransomware a low-effort, low-risk option for generating criminal gains
Ask any security pro what's the most effective protection against hackers and scammers, and they all point to one tool: multifactor authentication. But lately, bad actors have focused on hacking MFA, making its methods susceptible to interception
The law aims to protect Americans by blocking and prohibiting all transactions from any social media company in, or under the influence of, China, Russia, and several other foreign countries of concern
Most contractors the Department of Defense hired in the last five years failed to meet the required minimum cybersecurity standards, posing a significant risk to U.S. national security
Loopholes in the rules governing advertising for stimulant medications should be closed, according to a report released Monday by the Center for Data Innovation
Worker unrest at the Zhengzhou Foxconn factory could result in a production shortfall of six million iPhones, just as the holiday season is about to enter the home stretch
Running a business without some cloud support is a rarity these days. Still, when formulating a cloud strategy, companies seem to make some common mistakes. Here are several of them
The accounts can be used to run multiple pages and ad campaigns, creating new opportunities for online scams, disinformation, and election interference, according to the investigation by the Tech Transparency Project, a Washington, D.C.-based information and research organization that focuses on the...
In the coming year, lawmakers will be paying increased attention to workplace monitoring, and whistleblowers may also be demanding monitoring information to support complaints about labor law violations, according to the predictions put together by 10 Forrester analysts
The innovative Phononic EV might be driving a new solution to deliver groceries efficiently and sustainably and, at the same time, rival Amazon’s planned aerial grocery delivery drone package delivery system