Employee surveillance: With everyone working from home, you have to learn to trust your teams

The abrupt transition to remote work has some leaders looking to surveillance tools to monitor their employees. If you think this is a good idea, you're probably wrong. More for…

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Giant armored prehistoric fish may have fed on plankton

Measuring more than 5 m (16 ft) long, Titanichthys was a giant armored fish that swam the oceans 380 million years ago. It may sound intimidating, but new research suggests that it fed in a manner much like that of today's harmless basking shark.

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Low-code applications add speed and agility to organizations amid COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has forced organizations to rethink their entire business models. Low-code application development has given companies a new perspective on logistics and standard operations. In the last few…

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Cybercriminals threatening to auction off stolen files from Lady Gaga, Madonna, and (maybe) Donald Trump

The hackers claim the high-profile law firm where the files originated has refused to pay their ransom. More about cybersecurity The hackers behind the ransomware attack on celebrity law firm…

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