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    Trending news on how is Tesla most likely not going to be recused by Apple, Amazon or another tech giants, Google's new service, Google Duplex, a chip designer suspending business with Hauwei due to U.S. ban, and Game of Thrones fans in China unable to watch the shows climactic episode.

  • Crowdsourced Security Testing

    Identifying exploitable vulnerabilities in enterprise environments is a difficult pursuit – one that CISOs and their security teams spend considerable time and effort trying to accomplish. An important resource that can be unleashed to drive progress in this area is the collective power of vetted and skilled security experts – sometimes referred to as ethical hackers or white hats – to identify problems before a malicious adversary can do so.

  • The CIO’s Role in Driving the Business Forward

    CIOs play an increasingly strategic role in driving innovation and business transformation initiatives. This helps explain why 79% of CIOs who were recently surveyed by Grant Thornton and the Technology Business Management Council say that IT has a voice in business strategy and business initiatives.

  • HMG Tech News Digest May 17

    Trending News on the Cybersecurity Battle with China, Apple's 5G iPhone Chip Timeline, and Microsoft’s New Platform Helps Developers Create Advanced Robotics and Autonomous Systems for the IoT

  • Roadmap to Zero Trust

    The first portable traffic monitors were introduced in 1936. Referred to as electronic eyes, these weatherproof road strips were laid across the pavement and connected to a battery-operated recorder. When your Hudson or Packard passed over the strip, the recorder would increment the car count by one. It also printed the results, along with the time, onto a roll of paper that lasted for about 24 days. The clock required winding every eight days. So cool.

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