How effective are security solutions against ransomware?

Almost every developer of information security solutions claims their products repel ransomware attacks. That’s true: All of them do provide some degree of protection against ransomware. But how strong is that protection? How effective are those technologies? Those aren’t idle questions: Partial protection against ransomware is a dubious achievement. If a solution can’t stop a threat in its tracks, then where is the guarantee that it at least kept critical files safe? With that in mind, independent company AV-Test put 11 endpoint protection platform products through their paces in 113…

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Top Things You Can Do For Yourself While Staying At Home

With the pandemic ravaging the world, staying at home means saving your life and the lives of other people. Public places and non-essential activities outdoors should be avoided. However, this does not mean that you should spend your days lounging in bed, watching Netflix, or playing video games. Since weekend shopping and coffee with peers are out of the menu, you have the whole weekend to yourself. Why not use it productively? Here are some things that you can do with your excess free time. It can be as simple…

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5 Content Trends that Demand Moderation

Having an online presence is no longer a luxury reserved for tech-savvy companies and global brands. It’s 2021, and by now most organizations realize that a strong online presence is imperative. From local e-commerce marketplaces to worldwide online communities, most brands have a blog or social media channel at the very least. At the same time, content creators are churning out photos, videos, comments, and more at an unprecedented rate. To say that anyone may publish anything at any time is not an exaggeration. Unfortunately, this includes cyberbullies, online trolls,…

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High-Efficiency Buck-Boost Converter Prolongs Battery Life

Texas Instruments rolled out a new buck-boost converter with advanced power management that it said can boost the battery life of industrial and consumer Internet of Things devices by over 50%. According to TI, the TPS63900 integrates programmable input current limits and dynamic voltage scaling to prolong the life of smaller, cheaper batteries used in IoT devices, ranging from smart door locks to sensors slapped on a factory floor or on the side of a building. It is a high-efficiency synchronous dc-dc buck-boost converter with a wide range of input…

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Women in Tech – Chapter 2

I have been a part of the Zomato family for a little more than four years now, and it’s definitely been one hell of a journey. I began my career in the Content team, and I am now a part of the Product team. Yes, that happens here. Interest and ability are given shape, into super opportunities that can change your life. Currently, I am involved in a project with Feeding India; an organization which focuses on solving for hunger and food waste with Zomato. In order to scale this across…

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2 WAYS TO RUN ANDROID APPS ON A PC WITH WINDOWS 10

If you’ve wanted to access your Android apps on a bigger Windows screen, with the convenient functionality of a keyboard and mouse on hand, you’re in luck! As a Windows PC user, you have a handful of emulators, app players, and mirroring applications at your disposal to pick and choose from. Keep reading as we cover two popular ways to run Android apps on a PC with Windows 10. HOW TO RUN ANDROID APPS ON A PC WITH WINDOWS 10 In today’s age of technology, it’s easier than ever to gain Android…

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