Sundar Pichai kicked off Google’s big event with a bold declaration: “We’re shifting from a mobile first to an AI-first world, rebuilding every Google product with a focus on Artificial Intelligence.”
Google announced a new GoPro-like wearable camera that clips onto things. But unlike the GoPro, Google Clips has machine learning built-in to the device to make your footage look amazing.
As expected, the company showed off the new Google Pixel 2. It’s stunning. Apple fans everywhere are secretly canceling their iPhone X pre-orders. P.S. it has the highest rated smartphone camera ever built.
By Ed Bott for The Ed Bott Report
If you’ve been waiting to claim your free Windows 10 upgrade using the “assistive technologies” exception, you need to act soon. In a quiet change to an obscure web page, Microsoft announced this week that those exceptions will end on December 31, 2017.
On July 29, 2016, Microsoft officially ended the Get Windows 10 program, which offered free Windows 10 upgrades to anyone currently running a supported earlier version of Windows.
But the company left a giant loophole in a separate announcement at the same time.
Unintentionally, your staff can do the greatest damage to your future.
Threat of the malicious insider is very real, but accidental data leakage is a bigger problem.
By Chris Duckett for Null Pointer
It doesn’t have a super-sexy moniker like KRACK or Heartbleed, but the spectre of the insider threat looms large for organisations, and has done so for as long as electricity, silicon, and computing have been paired up to store information.
While it’s easy to imagine a disgruntled, unhappy employee becoming a malicious actor within an organisation, and dumping the family jewels out of spite, it is much more likely that a well-intentioned employee did something they really shouldn’t have.
In recent times, it seems as though a spate of data leakage has occurred due to the discovery of data left sitting on world-viewable servers. For instance, Accenture left its keys to the kingdom exposed on four servers, Verizon had 14 million subscriber records sitting unprotected on Amazon S3, and even Australia’s national broadcaster, ABC, was found wanting last week when it revealed to have had customer details and 1,800 daily MySQL database backups exposed.
You launch a major project at work, complete a complex task on deadline, or find a solution to an ongoing problem, but none of those accomplishments feel quite as rewarding as that rare moment when your email inbox is empty.
There’s good news: achieving Inbox Zero doesn’t have to be a rare occurrence. Take advantage of these sometimes-overlooked features in Outlook 365 to better organize your emails and start focusing on more important tasks.
1. Move Complex and Non-Critical Emails Into a To-Do
Picture this: you start your computer and wait. And wait. And wait some more. When your desktop finally shows its face, things don’t get any better. Your Internet is sluggish, your programs are taking forever to load, and your cursor is dragging 20 seconds behind your mouse. You might have tried to open too many programs at once. Or…
You might be infected.