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Friday Link Roundup

Interesting stuff we found this week around the web:

  1. ZenDesk discusses the effectiveness of feedback surveys - on a scale of 1-10, how annoying is this survey? (LINK)
  2. How Adobe became aware of their network breach - turns out hackers don't have the greatest security, either (LINK)
  3. Dark Reading discusses the tradeoff between convenience and security with BYOD - when Bring Your Own Device leads to Bring Your Own Breach (LINK)
  4. Toyota to embed radios in cars that communicate to prevent collisions - I wanted to embed shock therapy into cars that encourage good driving, but this works, too (LINK)
  5. Oxford visually represents the largest countries based on internet users - now if I could get just broadband out in the boonies, that would be great (LINK)


November 28, 2017 at 1:23 PM
In "Financial Services", "Financial Technology", "Government Technology", "Health Technology", "POS", "Remote Support", "Customer Service", "GDPR Compliance", "Industrial Technology", "Retail Technology"
November 16, 2017 at 3:16 PM
In "Financial Services", "Financial Technology", "Government Technology", "Health Technology", "POS", "Remote Support", "Network Security", "Customer Service", "GDPR Compliance", "Industrial Technology", "Retail Technology"
October 24, 2017 at 11:47 PM
In "audit logging", "Remote Support", "log reports", "Logging", "Product Releases"

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