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Cloud architecture that avoids risk and complexity

One of the truisms about cloud architecture is that there are typically 100×100 architecture solution patterns. They all work, but only one is the right solution. If your head is swimming, let me explain. Indeed, many technology stacks and approaches will solve the same problems using cloud-based technologies. They all work, but the majority will …

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Low-Tech Self-Employed Most at Risk of Being Overtaken by Bots

Self-employed people in low paid, routine jobs face the greatest risk of being overtaken by artificial intelligence. This finding comes from new research carried out by the School of Management at the University of Buffalo. Self-Employed Jobs Threatened by AI The study found popular, low skilled, regular jobs face the greatest risk of being replaced. …

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EVs Fire Up Pyroswitches to Cut Risk of Shock After a Crash

After more than a century of powering their wares with engines that produce hundreds of small, carefully controlled explosions each minute, the auto industry is moving toward a battery-driven future. But that doesn’t mean one without any helpful explosions. Last month, industry supplier Bosch revealed details on what it calls the pyrofuse, a new safety …

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Cybersecurity for Jacksonville Businesses Just a Tech & Business Risk

Technology has done wonders for the advancement of business development. Today, we can practically do anything online from convenient portals such as our laptops, mobile phones, tablets, and desktops. Starting up and running a business is as simple as setting up a network and connecting with your employees digitally. Unfortunately bringing more aspects of our …

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Is your tap water safe? Study claims cancer risk even in 'safe' water

Is your tap water safe? Study claims cancer risk even in ‘safe’ water

CLOSE A new report from an environmental advocacy watchdog group cautions that carcinogenic products in tap water may altogether increase cancer risk for thousands of U.S. residents over a lifetime. In a peer-reviewed study published in the journal Heliyon Thursday, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 22 carcinogens commonly found in tap water — including arsenic, byproducts …

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