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Welcome to our 2024 roundup of the hottest trends and developments in the Information Technology (IT) world. Whether you're a seasoned IT professional, an IT manager, or just someone passionate about technology, there's plenty to get excited about this year. Let's dive into what's shaping the future of IT in 2024! 1. AI Everywhere You Look Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn't just a buzzword anymore—it's the backbone of...

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SentinelOne is a comprehensive cybersecurity company that provides endpoint protection for businesses and organizations worldwide. Among its most popular products is the SentinelOne Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution. In this blog post, we’ll explain why SentinelOne Antivirus is a great EDR solution....

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SentinelOne is a comprehensive cybersecurity company that provides endpoint protection for businesses and organizations worldwide. Among its most popular products is the SentinelOne Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution. In this blog post, we’ll explain why SentinelOne Antivirus is a great EDR solution....

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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is when a user has to provide multiple pieces of information to verify their identity when signing into a secure system. When signing into a secure system, a user will typically use a traditional username & password and will then receive a secondary request for more information after initial sign in. This is typically a code that is generated on demand and...

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When Netflix entered the streaming business in 2007, they were one of the first players in the new field that changed how media is consumed on a global scale. Being such an early adopter gave the company a huge leg up, a lead which they still hold with nearly 130 million US customers., nearly half of American households. This figure jumps to two-thirds when rival...

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This article is the first in a short series about virtual reality (VR); the origins of the term and concept from imagination to realization, as well as disambiguation of the term augmented reality (AR). Later articles will focus on VR in gaming, adopting AR as a lifestyle, and modern VR devices....

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Most technology users are all too familiar with the problem of having to charge mobile devices on a nearly daily basis, whether scrambling to reach an outlet before a phone dies or searching in vain for the right charger. Some tech companies are attempting to resolve all these problems with the promise of wireless charging....

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Although many people have only interacted with AR through the guise of entertainment, the technology has a broad array of AR applications that could transform the workplace. The use of AR offers possibilities of improving employee training, increasing productivity, and making workplaces safer. This technology will manifest in myriad ways, from tablets and headsets, to smartglasses and even contact lenses....

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In 1969, Ohio Educator Edgar Dale developed the theory for the Cone of Experience (also known as the Learning Pyramid) based on the idea that the medium through which we are trained at something is directly related to how well we learn it. The main idea behind this theory is that we remember ~10% of the material we read, ~20% of the information we hear,...

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With a larger and larger portion of the population living past 80 or even 90, the need for elder care is only going to grow. It’s projected that by the year 2050 the number of people aged 80 years and older will quadruple. The available workforce is not scaling at the same rate, however, meaning that we need new solutions to combat this scarcity in...

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