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By samsul81 samsul81 On 29 Dec, 2014 At 04:38 PM | Categorized As Travis | With 0 Comments

Our private information is being catalogued and used by government and private industry, both with and without our knowledge. There was no consequence, fine or penalty, for example, following the revelation late in 2011 that Carrier IQ collected massive amounts of data from millions of cell users. Why? Probably because cell users allowed that information […]

By samsul81 samsul81 On 29 Dec, 2014 At 04:11 PM | Categorized As Travis | With 0 Comments

More than 52 percent of recently polled marketers said that social media had changed their companies’ sales and marketing processes, but nearly 68 percent of sales people said it had made an impact on their companies’ processes. Social media marketing successes are frequent, but the faux pas stand out. Just as marketers are finding, learning […]

By samsul81 samsul81 On 29 Dec, 2014 At 04:54 PM | Categorized As Travis | With 0 Comments

Ever built a house of cards? It’s critical to start with a sound foundation to support your later efforts. No matter how sturdy your start is, however, a wrong move anywhere along the way can bring down the house and cause all your work to be for naught. Delivering good customer experiences is like that: […]

By samsul81 samsul81 On 29 Dec, 2014 At 03:11 PM | Categorized As Travis | With 0 Comments

2015 will be an amazing year, and the amount of turmoil we will see likely will make 2014 look tame by comparison. Scandals, robots, elections, and the emergence of a variety of new technologies should define this space. As crazy as 2015 will be, 2016 is likely to be even crazier. Fortunately, I’m kind of […]

By samsul81 samsul81 On 29 Dec, 2014 At 01:29 PM | Categorized As Travis | With 0 Comments

[dropcap] W [/dropcap] ell the holidays are pretty much upon us at last here in the Linux blogosphere, and there’s nowhere left to hide. The next two weeks or so promise little more than a blur of forced social occasions and too-large meals, punctuated only — for the luckier ones among us — by occasional […]

By samsul81 samsul81 On 29 Dec, 2014 At 01:23 PM | Categorized As Travis | With 0 Comments

[dropcap] R [/dropcap] esearchers at the University of Twente and the Eindhoven University of Technology have come up with what they claim is an unprecedentedly secure way to authenticate credit cards, IDs, biometrics, and parties involved in quantum cryptography. The method — quantum-secure authentication of optical keys — basically consists of sending a beam of […]