Equifax's ginormous data breach pretty much puts an end to the question: Has my identity been exposed? Is there anything small businesses can takeaway from this? You bet: Size doesn't matter, but people do.
Technology is not easier. Technology demands knowledge, expertise, and attention. Bad things happen when we believe slogans like “plug-and-play” and “set-it-and-forget-it.”
The death of email has been heralded several times. But it keeps hanging in there. Slack’s IPO brought the battle of fully formed collaborative tools to the forefront. Could this be the end for email?
Facebook and its platforms has become the defacto marketing system for many businesses. But is all the controversy, the disruption, public scrutiny, and anger getting to be too much? What will happen if we break up?
Fast streaming, cooler phones? Those are nothing compared to the many major ways 5G can change our society.
Technology is embedded in every aspect of life and work. Along with those advantages come significant privacy concerns, and the potential that technology and privacy cannot coexist. Can privacy survive in the 21st century?