Author: Kayla Matthews

Data visualization is a rapidly expanding way to work with data that involves representing the information through charts, graphs and other visual offerings. It provides particular value to business leaders who want to make sense of their data and track how trends change through time. No matter if you’re working with data visualization tools for the first time or want to start exploring what a new app offers, this list will help you decide which ones are most suited to your needs. 1. Sisense Analysts believe that one of the top data visualization trends of 2019 will be data democratization…

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There was a time when bicycles were considered an impressive innovation in transportation. Today’s technology is far more advanced than that of the 1800s, however, and as we move deeper into the new millennium, modern modes of transit deliver us to our destinations with speed, efficiency and security. But what about the future? What can we expect to see tomorrow? Where are we heading next? This article will touch on electric trucks and buses, high-speed transit tunnels and self-driving vehicles, detailing three tech trends in transportation to look forward to. Whether you have only a passing interest in technology or…

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Internet-enabled and IoT devices have made it possible to deploy a custom home security system. One can purchase many wireless security cameras, sensors and motion detectors and install them around their home or property. The beauty of a DIY system is that you do not need to purchase or set aside funds for a monthly subscription — at least not if you don’t want to. Many smart home cameras offer some form of cloud monitoring and additional support, but it’s not a requirement for using the devices. You could just as easily store the video content locally and browse it…

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Technology brings with it a number of conveniences, but it also opens up opportunities for scammers and hackers to take advantage of people through tech fraud. That crime involves using technology in a variety of possible ways to mislead people, steal data, shut down systems and more. Increasingly over the past several years, tech fraud has influenced voter fraud, which also manifests in many ways. People may use fake information at the polls, try to vote more than once or otherwise wrongfully attempt to swing votes in a certain direction. Unfortunately, e-voting could facilitate both tech fraud and election fraud…

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Technology progresses rapidly. The government, infamously, does not. It takes a long time to pass new laws, making it difficult for cybersecurity to keep up-to-date with changing technologies. As of now, many new forms of technology are not tightly regulated. On the cybersecurity front, U.S. intelligence organizations need to work constantly to keep up with continuously evolving cybersecurity threats. There’s a delicate balance, though, between privacy and protection. With more information, intelligence officials may be able to operate more effectively, but citizens often balk at the idea of the government having access to their personal information. Regulating emerging technology is…

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Technology is firmly integrated into most areas of our lives. Even if an industry isn’t considered very tech-centric, the people who work in it likely use technology in several forms. Technology conferences have benefits for employees from various sectors as well as the companies that are a part of them. They allow many different processes to take place, including the following six. 1. Let People Network with Each Other Some people may not have adequate opportunities to network with other professionals in their fields unless they attend tech conferences. That’s especially true if the particular industries are very specialized. For…

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