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Participating companies in the US, UK, and CA all reported a massive boost in performance, productivity and revenue.
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80% lack a vulnerability management solution, while 79% lack a comprehensive multi-factor authentication system.
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50 of Twitter’s top 100 advertisers have jumped ship, as concerns over the app's safety mount.
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A new study found that when asked about the importance of remote work, women were notably more vocal than men.
Snap employees will need to be in the office four days a week starting in February of next year.
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Musk has also ditched his moderation committee plans, stating that social activist and political groups broke their deal.
Bots are taking advantage of retailer errors, causing chaos and costing online stores big, while shoppers miss out too.
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A Gallup poll shows that, while the pandemic may be largely over, covid-related health concerns still persist.
Twitter users want out following Musk's takeover - but none of the proposed alternatives are even close to viable.
The GAO claims the Department for the Interior has so far taken "few steps" to address cybersecurity risks.
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