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Federal, Policy

Trump Tariffs Shedding $1.4 Billion a Month in Consumer Income, Study Says

March 26, 2019

Via: Fortune

President Donald Trump has used tariffs as a negotiating tactic with international governments. But those tariffs might be hurting U.S. consumers more than anyone else, according to a new study. The tariffs and Trump’s broader trade policies with foreign governments […]


Cloud Computing, Editorial

Cloud adoption ubiquitous, but not suitable for all workloads, study finds

July 24, 2017

Via: Jacob Myers

Cloud migration is generally regarded as a must (at least in the future) for a lot of companies, but this doesn’t meant that the cloud is ideal for everyone. SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, […]


Federal, Policy

White House funds federal spectrum study

June 6, 2017

Via: FCW

The White House is funding a team of four agencies looking to combine their surveillance radar capabilities and possibly auction off the spectrum freed up by that consolidation. The Office of Management and Budget on June 2 gave $71.5 million […]


Cybersecurity

Study pegs security benefits of new IT spending

April 11, 2017

Via: FCW

A study from two business school professors offers some early insight. The direction of the findings won’t be a major surprise, but numbers always make a good talking point. Based on five years’ worth of data on security incidents from […]


Cybersecurity

Almost half of US businesses hit by ransomware, says study

August 4, 2016

Via: CIO

The threat of ransomware is becoming widespread among corporations, with almost half of U.S. businesses suffering an attack from the nasty form of malware recently, according to a new survey. Security firm Malwarebytes sponsored the study, which found in June […]


Uncategorized

White House releases study on how to spur smart-gun tech

May 3, 2016

Via: CIO

The White House released the findings from a study by the Defense, Justice and Homeland Security Departments on ways to spur the development of smart-gun technology, which restricts who can fire a weapon. Smart-gun technology uses RFID chips or biometrics, […]


Cybersecurity

HP slams smartwatch security due to poor encryption and privacy measures

July 23, 2015

Via: itCurated

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