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Aujourd’hui — 7 juillet 2020TechRepublic - Articles

How to change the resolution in Google Meet

If you prefer your video conference meetings to look good, Google Meet has you covered. With a couple of clicks, you can improve the send and receive resolution. Jack Wallen shows you how.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 19:00

How to get the most out of the iOS 13 printing system

Learn how to print to PDF while on the go and even do custom printing options like labels or manage existing print jobs scheduled through AirPrint right on your iOS 13 devices.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 18:32

Bitdefender unveils Human Risk Analytics to protect against human error

Part of the company's GravityZone product, the new feature analyzes user mistakes and errors to help track and mitigate them.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 18:05

65% of organizations saw at least 3 OT system intrusions within the past year

As OT tech becomes more advanced, so do the cybersecurity concerns surrounding it, Fortinet found.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 18:00

SMB study finds Google Cloud increases productivity and lowers IT costs

Interviews with nine companies examined the impact on revenue as well as how long it took to recoup the investment in the cloud platform.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 18:00

How to perform a GAP analysis and why you should

A GAP analysis can let you know where your company is struggling and help you move in the right direction.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 17:54

How to install the Go language on Linux

Go is the go-to language for distributed and highly scalable servers. If you're looking to start working with this language on Linux, Jack Wallen has you covered.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 17:28

WWDC 2020 announces new advances across iOs, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and more

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference went digital this year and revealed many new features and updates to its product lineup.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 17:21

How to collaborate with Google Keep notes

If you're looking for a simple collaboration tool, you might find Google Keep is the bare-minimum you've been after.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 17:20

How to install Lens and connect it to your Kubernetes cluster

If you've been searching for a solid GUI to help you manage your Kubernetes clusters, look no farther than Lens. Learn how to get started with this best-in-show GUI.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 16:36

Where to find the best virtual backgrounds for Microsoft Teams

A host of websites offer creative and clever background images for your Teams meetings.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 16:22

Remote workers aren't taking security seriously. Now that has to change

IT teams help can mitigate the risks of shadow IT by being more flexible and adapting to the needs of remote workers, according to a new study.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 15:44

Zoom launches Hardware as a Service with multiple vendor options

The program boosts communication by allowing companies and consumers to use Zoom Rooms- and Zoom Phone-equipped hardware at scale.
  • 7 juillet 2020 à 15:00

How to enable old-style Outlook notifications in Windows 10

There is a way to change back to old-style Outlook notifications, but it's convoluted because Microsoft hid it so well. Learn how to work around those restrictions.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 23:27

9 tech products companies can buy for reopening offices during the pandemic

There are a range of new products available to help the enterprise prepare to safely bring employees back to the workplace.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 22:46

How to ensure the integrity of your encrypted drive while it's hibernating in macOS

Enabling full-disk encryption to keep documents secure is highly recommended. By default, macOS does not maintain integrity while hibernating. But there's a fix for that.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 22:39

Top 5 biases to avoid in data science

In data science, there are some important unconscious biases to steer clear of. Tom Merritt lists five biases for data scientists to keep in mind.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 22:18

Developers: The most popular, and fastest declining, programming languages

The TIOBE monthly index of programming language popularity is a snapshot into the development world, and July's biggest surprise is the ranking of R.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 22:08

Why it's important to operationalize big data into daily tasks

Big data analytics can do more than just deliver reports to decision makers. It can help with a company's day-to-day work, too.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 21:49

5 NSA-recommended strategies for improving your VPN security

The US National Security Agency has noticed a surge in cyberattacks targeting VPNs since the COVID-19 pandemic has forced more people to work from home.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 20:34

June's good news about jobs may be erased by July's spike in coronavirus cases

Glassdoor reports that job openings are still down in the tech sector with small businesses suffering more than big ones.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 19:57

How to secure your iOS Lock Screen

Configure your iOS Lock Screen to block those picking up your device from reading messages, viewing the Today View, or interacting with Siri unless your device is unlocked first.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 19:48

US IT sector jobs slowly rebounding after coronavirus dip

A CompTIA report showed that there was an increase of 7,300 jobs in the tech manufacturing field in June.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 19:16

Phishing attack spoofs Twitter to steal account credentials

A new phishing campaign spotted by Abnormal Security attempts to trick people with a phony Twitter security notification.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 18:32

Ericsson launches standalone 5G on existing hardware with a single software update

All Ericsson radio system equipment deployed since 2015 is capable of transitioning to standalone 5G New Radio starting now.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 18:25
Hier — 6 juillet 2020TechRepublic - Articles

How much malware tools sell for on the Dark Web

A low-quality batch of malicious tools can sell for as low as $70, while a premium set can go as high as $6,000, according to the security research site Privacy Affairs.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 18:08

How to enable logging for cron on Linux

If you're looking to troubleshoot cron jobs, the best way might be to enable logging. Jack Wallen shows you how.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 17:49

How to use virtual desktops on Chrome OS

Learn how to make your Chromebook a more efficient and productive tool with the help of virtual desktops.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 17:05

Tech startups globally have laid off 69,000 employees amid COVID-19 pandemic

The transportation, finance, and travel sectors have cut 31,000 jobs in four months, according to data compiled by UK-based BuyShares.
  • 6 juillet 2020 à 16:49
À partir d’avant-hierTechRepublic - Articles

Why modern applications demand polyglot database strategies

Commentary: Ready to move all your applications to NoSQL databases? It's not that simple.
  • 4 juillet 2020 à 00:40

How to make a graph in Google Sheets

Learn how to create and customize a visual display of your data in Google Sheets or use the =SPARKLINE function to make a mini chart in a spreadsheet cell.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 22:52

How to use Zoom's advanced sharing options to share more than just your screen

You can share more than just your screen or a single document in a Zoom meeting.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 22:30

What are IT pros concerned about in the new normal? Security and flexibility

There are a number of paramount concerns afoot among IT professionals. Learn some of the priorities from industry insiders and experts.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 21:15

How to share documents from the cloud during a Zoom meeting

You can share documents directly from Dropbox, OneDrive, and other online storage services. Here are the steps.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 21:00

How to deploy the Wekan Kanban board project management server with snap

If you're looking to deploy an in-house project management server, look no further than Wekan. Learn how to get this handy service up and running in minutes.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 19:23

How to share your iPhone or iPad screen during a Zoom meeting

You can display the screen of your iPhone or iPad during your virtual meeting. Here are the steps.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 18:14

Using embedded analytics in software applications can drive your business forward

Analytics in your tools can help users gain insights that can help move your clients and the organization to the next level.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 16:28

With COVID-19 as backdrop, CIOs are playing bigger roles leading digital transformations

A new Tata Consultancy Services study on CIOs finds their responsibilities are continuing to change and adapt as they help their companies rise to new challenges.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 16:00

Android 11 security features and improvements you need to know

If the Android 11 beta is an indication, Jack Wallen predicts it will be the most secure and best performing release. Developers and pro users, read about security and privacy features in Android 11.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 15:30

The rise of the digital workplace and the new future of work: Experts weigh in

The ways workers are getting their jobs done continues to evolve in parallel with technology and company culture. Read some insights from industry experts as to what to expect and how to prepare for the future.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 14:35

Remote factories: The next frontier of remote work

Remote work has become the standard for office workers. Is it possible to do this with factories? Sort of.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 14:07

Gmail techniques to change your (work) life

Imagine what you could do if you spent half as much time in email. Learn how using Google Mail as the example.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 13:30

English company modernizes Phantoms, Bentleys and Jaguars with electric engines

Lunaz rebuilds classic cars from the metal frame up to add charging ports, batteries, and Wi-Fi.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 13:15

5 tips to take your Gmail use to the next level

Google's mail product may be the single most powerful tool in the world for productivity … if you know the power tips. Here are ways to enhance your Gmail usage.
  • 3 juillet 2020 à 08:16

Futuristic tech in retro movies: Prescient, predictive or phony?

Good and bad robots, self-driving cars, video phone calls in space, and time travel comprised the future's potential in movies featuring cool technology.
  • 2 juillet 2020 à 23:22

57% of employees second-guessing careers during COVID-19 pandemic

Many workers said they are more motivated to be employed at a company that values its staff during unpredictable times, Robert Half found.
  • 2 juillet 2020 à 21:20

What the Apple transition to in-house components means for tech leaders

Apple has announced new in-house components, most notably its CPUs. Here's how this could change the IT landscape.
  • 2 juillet 2020 à 21:16

9 super-smart problem solvers take on bias in AI, microplastics, and language lessons for chatbots

These members of MIT's latest 35 Under 35 list are engineers, chemists, and researchers working for universities, startups, and big tech companies.
  • 2 juillet 2020 à 21:13

Ford announces deal with TomTom for next-generation predictive traffic system

Just days after unveiling the 2021 Ford F-150, the motor company has even more news left in the tank featuring a new partnership to power SYNC 4.
  • 2 juillet 2020 à 19:22

30 digital trends across 5 industries during COVID-19

Consumer tech, B2B SaaS, streaming media, e-commerce and marketplaces, and Fintech all saw unusual growth in application use, Amplitude found.
  • 2 juillet 2020 à 18:46