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A Farewell to Moore: Quantum Computing.

Moore’s Law states the following: “The number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years.” For nearly 50 years, this has been the case. It was based on an easily extrapolated trend with great predictive value. But there was always a hard limit: the atomic level. We are nearing the point … Continue reading

4/30 Newsreel: Passwords, Upgrades, and Chrome.

I’m trying something new – Monday through Friday updates of daily IT news articles I find interesting, helpful, amazing, or just plain ridiculous. Ready? Let’s begin: An age-old tradition of IT security – the periodic password change – under attack: https://www.itworld.com/article/3391365/microsoft-tells-it-admins-to-nix-obsolete-password-reset-practice.html Microsoft last week recommended that organizations no longer force employees to come up with new passwords … Continue reading

Lockdown: Google Advanced Protection.

Are you the CEO of a Fortune 500 company? A politician sitting on a classified National Security committee? A descendant of Colonel Harlan Sanders, closely guarding the secret recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken? If you answered “yes” to any of these and you have a Google account, then prepare yourself for Google Advanced Protection – … Continue reading

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