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January 15th, 2021 11:47 am

The 411 on 5G: The Ongoing Advancements, Here’s What You Need to Know

5G has been around for quite some time, however it’s been a bumpy roll out for most carriers and taken longer than expected to reach most areas. With COVID, the roll out of 5G technology has slowed even further.
All the info you need to know, from this great article originally More >

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January 8th, 2021 8:41 am

SolarWinds, Solorigate, and what it means for Windows updates: Why Anti-virus and Anti-Malware Software is Vital

Following the recent hack on Solar Winds that affected millions, check out this article recently posted on Computer World, by Susan Bradley:
Microsoft recently announced that its Windows source code had been viewed by the SolarWinds attackers. (Normally, only key government customers and trusted partners would have this level of More >

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December 18th, 2020 11:36 am

TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Suspected Russian hack is much worse than first feared: Here’s what you need to know

From a great post from CNBC New – https://www.cnbc.com/2020/12/18/suspected-russian-hack-on-us-is-much-worse-than-first-feared.html

The scale of a sophisticated cyberattack on the U.S. government that was unearthed this week is much bigger than first anticipated.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said in a summary Thursday that the threat “poses a grave risk to the federal More >

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December 14th, 2020 11:51 am

Google Services Back Online After Widespread Outage: Why Backups are So Important

You may have woken up this morning like many others questioning what was wrong with your gmail or goggle account. It turned out that the popular online platform suffered a major outage for over an hour, affecting the majority of their most popular services.
With today’s pandemic, so many of us More >

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November 30th, 2020 6:26 pm

Protecting Mobile Users: Why Wi-Fi 6 Offers Robust Security and Enhanced Usability

I read this great article from Larry Lunetta from Info Security and wanted to share it.  Look to the bottom of this article for a URL to the direct post.
For nearly two decades, public Wi-Fi hotspots have become nearly as ubiquitous as electricity and running water in public settings from More >

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November 17th, 2020 5:14 pm

Major WiFi Updates Came To Windows 10 Recently

Great news for the legions of Windows 10 users around the world. Version 2004 comes with a significant WiFi update that includes Wi-Fi6 and WPA3 support, which will give users better wireless performance and increased security.
That’s great news, but of course, there’s a catch. In order to make use of More >

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November 2nd, 2020 2:33 pm

Wi-Fi 6: is it really that much faster?

Wi-Fi is about to get faster. That’s great news: faster internet is constantly in demand, especially as we consume more bandwidth-demanding apps, games, and videos with our laptops and phones.
But the next generation of Wi-Fi, known as Wi-Fi 6, isn’t just a simple speed boost. Its impact will be more More >

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October 21st, 2020 2:04 pm

CCTV Camera – Smart Tracking Technology

What is Smart Tracking? How to enable PTZ Smart Tracking?
Smart Tracking is an innovative technology for Smart PTZ cameras, which increases the effectiveness of the video surveillance system, especially in locations where the occasional presence of people or vehicles requires special attention, such as at bank vaults, hotel corridors, park More >

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August 27th, 2020 8:13 am

Thermal Imaging to Screen for COVID-19

An article from our friends @ The Leading Edge – https://www.leadingage.org/cast/thermal-imaging-screen-covid-19
 
Several LeadingAge Provider Members have inquired about temperature check and thermal monitoring systems to help screen residents, staff, and visitors for fevers that may indicate COVID-19. CAST Executive Director Majd Alwan, Ph.D., has provided guidance to help you review your More >

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August 18th, 2020 2:25 pm

Thermal Cameras and COVID – 19 (Department of Defense)

Thermal imaging uses heat signatures to form an image or video based on differences of temperature.
As part of the COVID-19 response, three Army programs — the Army Rapid Equipping Force, Program Executive Office Soldier and the C5ISR Center of U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command — led the initiative to More >

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