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1. GDPR 2.0 Comes to the United States
On June 28 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 375, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018. The statute, seen as one of the toughest privacy laws in the United States, will require companies to tell California residents what information is being collected and how it’s used. You have 18 months to get ready.
Origional Story Date :7/14/2018
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Laws & Regulations
2. Here come the first blockchain smartphones: What you need to know
Two companies are planning to soon launch smartphones with native blockchain capabilities that will allow users to trade digital tokens and store them offline.
Origional Story Date :7/13/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Cryptocurrency | Blockchain | Mobile
3. 7 Correct Ways To Effectively Implement Gamification
Applying gamification isn’t as simple as people make it out to be. It’s not about simply incentivizing objectives and goals. Nor is it as simple as coming up with rewards and badges and hoping things will work out.
Origional Story Date :7/14/2018
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Services | Software Development | Game Development
4. Are workplaces actually changing as a result of #MeToo?
Companies aren’t doing enough to address the revelations from #MeToo, according to a new Harvard Business Review survey.
Origional Story Date :7/13/2018
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Human Resources | Workplace
5. Crypto-Mining Malware Rising Fast, Hackers Increasingly Targeting Cloud
Check Point’s mid-year cyber-attack report reveals that 42 percent of organizations globally have been hit by crypto-mining intrusions and that sophisticated attacks on cloud infrastructures are growing.
Origional Story Date :7/13/2018
CaseStudy | Eweek
Information Technology | Security | Cyberfraud | Cryptocurrency
6. California Passes New Data Privacy Law Akin to GDPR
California passed a new data privacy law on June 28 in an attempt to rectify the excesses revealed by Cambridge Analytica and other organizations lately in which consumer information was used, sold and frequently ravaged without consent.
Origional Story Date :7/6/2018
News | Eweek
Information Technology | Online | Privacy | Data Protection | Laws & Regulations
7. When diversity training backfires
Tech’s diversity problem can’t be solved with diversity training alone. The culture at the company must also change.
Origional Story Date :7/6/2018
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | IT Management | CIO
8. 7 Ways VR Is Changing How We Work
Virtual reality is a technology we mostly associate with video games, an accessory that makes a digital world tangible. But it’s more than just a hobby — it’s a device that’s changing the working world, too.
Origional Story Date :7/7/2018
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Virtual Reality
9. Microsoft to tighten screws on traditional Office, Gartner predicts
The software developer is expected to push companies to switch to Office 365 by tightening access to that software's online services.
Origional Story Date :6/24/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Software | Business | Office
10. June 2018 data: Windows 10 user share rises but still trails Windows 7
Migration watch: Windows 10 in June posted its largest user share gain since January, but Windows 7 is hanging tough.
Origional Story Date :7/7/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Software | Networking | WAN | Microsoft | Windows 10