security

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Digital vulnerability

Global security breaches are on the rise and no one or country is safe. The acceleration of certain technologies has been rapid since the pandemic engulfed the world last year. But unfortunately, we’ve also become slack in the process. Once again, it has become apparent just how ‘at-risk’ our data is. Data hacks have been …

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containers

Technology contained

Over the past decade container technology has become a popular method for packaging applications in an effective way. Some developers believe is better than that offered by virtual machines and other technologies. Container technology has been embraced by the big cloud computing providers including Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google’s Cloud platform. Examples of …

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Future Worker

The Future Office Worker

Aside from essential services personnel, millions of people are now working from home. The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted the growth of products to help the home office worker of today and tomorrow. Debunqed breaks down which cloud solutions to pay attention to and which to avoid while you adjust to a changing world of commerce. …

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Banking on Crypto

The world is slowly realizing that it needs to rely less on old systems in order to manage its way out of financial crises. One of the oldest systems which saw the US dollar as the vehicular currency of the world may be slowly coming to an end. Enter the Bitcoin: the brainchild of cryptocurrency, …

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Forced digitization

If you are reading this, you are probably couped up in your home, apartment, or wherever you have been forced to settle for a couple of months. Local stores ran out of toilet paper, rice, and other ‘essential’ supplies but what also flew off shelves were laptops, printers, webcams, and modems. Let’s not mention the …

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tech

2019 in Tech

This year may have felt like it was dominated by political shenanigans, but technology also had its wild ride. The USA vs Huawei A story that has persisted throughout the year is the heat around Huawei in the US. The Americans have stopped Huawei phones from being sold in their country because they say the …

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Ethical hacking

Maybe you should encourage your kids to become hackers. When you open Twitter handles and Linkedin profiles, it’s not unlikely that you’ll find people listing hacking as a skill. Parents used to tell their kids to become doctors, lawyers, and accountants. Later, they advised them to learn about computers. These kids have now grown to …

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A decentralised solution

Did you know that there are still more than 700 million people in the world who live in extreme poverty? These people must scrimp, starve, and struggle to survive off less than $1.90 per day. By 2030, the World Bank estimates that more than 90 percent of those people will be concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa. …

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The Online Threats of 2019

How you can stop them from happening. Like a biological virus mutates – as technology advances so do the complexity of phishing and identity theft schemes. With major services adopting cloud technologies and storing private data online, anyone is vulnerable to hacking. To make matters worse, hackers continue to come up with some pretty creative …

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OpenBanking

Open Banking – too exposed?

As a human race, we are constantly striving for easier ways of doing things: simpler, faster, and more practical. Thanks to better tech, you can now interact with people globally and instantly with the click of a few buttons. Likewise, you can also physically move quickly due to advances in transportation technology. When it comes …

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