Here are the Buffalo, NY Top IT News Stories of the Week (June. 26th) as based on the story’s likes, shares, and interactions from our social media sites. The content provided is mainly for Buffalo-Based IT Professionals to help keep them informed as they continue to impact and grow Buffalo’s tech reputation. We provide IT Staffing Services and Business Tech Support for businesses in the Buffalo area.
When U.S. President Donald Trump hosted tech’s top CEOs at the White House this week, the talk inevitably turned to artificial intelligence, education, immigration, and other hot-button topics. Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella were among those in attendance. The meeting’s original agenda focused on modernizing the federal government’s use of technology, although other topics rapidly crept into the back-and-forth. “Today, many of our agencies…Read More
The workforce is changing, and organizations that don’t change with it will be left behind. By 2020, millennials will make up nearly half (46 percent) of the workforce, and mobile employees are projected to account for 72 percent of the workforce. Even today, more than 60 percent of workers say they work outside the office at least part time. Millennials have grown up in the age of smartphones and tablets. As this generation completes its transition into the workforce, young people are bringing with them firm expectations that they will be…Read More
It’s June, which means that a new wave of college graduates is plunging into the job market. How much can these graduates expect to earn in their first job? According to Carlos Rodriguez, CEO of payroll-processing giant ADP, graduates with degrees in a STEM discipline can expect to pull down as much as $65,000. “Employers are definitely going to be on the offensive here trying to find people,” he told Fortune. Of course, depending on other variables (such as their area of focus and the state in which they reside), graduates can expect…Read More
Imagine security cameras around the world being taken over by hackers, working in tandem to attack your company’s servers and take down your website. It sounds like something out of a sci-fi film, but it’s a threat to both corporate security and public safety based all too firmly in reality. This scenario is more likely than you might think, as hackers are frequently launching distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Hackers can target a company website by leveraging previously compromised internet of things (IoT) devices in rapid succession…Read More
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