Turning leaves, Halloween costumes and pumpkin spice everything means only one thing. Fall is here! For many of us, it’s the beginning of a busy season, but don’t worry: we collected our top five favorite stories from the internet. They’ll go great with that pumpkin spice latte.
Cybersecurity Questions for Every Elected Official
Politics is at the forefront of the nation’s mind as the presidential candidates ramp up their campaigns to begin the election year. Candidates for every office talk about security, but not always cybersecurity. CGI’s Molly A. O’Neil gathered the ten questions every elected official should ask themselves about cybersecurity.
The Power of Ada
Ada Lovelace, the world’s first computer programmer, and her achievements were celebrated across the world this month. “What Would Ada Say?” explores the impact Lovelace had on her life and how that same legacy can (and should) be used to inspire women in tech today.
“I’m really, um, excited to be here.”
Not very convincing, is it? “Um” is one of those sneaky filler words that creeps up and makes even the most confident speaker sound unsure and awkward. These 11 tips will help you kick the “um” habit for good.
Are we really meant to work 8 hour days?
Ford Motor Company cut the standard workday to eight hours in 1914, setting the bar across the country. This has been the accepted standard for business ever since, but are we really all productive this way? Albert Akkermans takes the eight hour day to task.
Security, Facebook and You
We’ve heard about hackers breaking into websites of all kinds, including personal social media pages. Add Forbes’ “The 6 Things Everyone Should Do to Secure Their Facebook Page” to your to-do list. We did.
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