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Training with Professional Athletes
Most professional athletes have made the long and often arduous journey from the local to the national to the international levels. And whether it's an individual athlete or a team of athletes, along the way many have had the support of their families, friends and coaches, who know their struggles, triumphs and stories the best. While these stories aren't always the most glamourous, they are full of hard work and determination and can serve as inspiration. Read More

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Readying Your Data Center to Deal With Traffic Surges
Readying Your Data Center to Deal With Traffic Surges
On October 1, global streaming service Netflix suffered a severe, worldwide outage. Lasting from 3PM to 5PM Eastern Time, it was the most significant downtime suffered by the provider since 2012. Although the reason for the outage is still generally unknown, most signs seem to point to a massive, unexpected surge in traffic following the release of Luke Cage. Imagine if the same thing happened to your data center. Imagine if, as a result of an unexpected surge in traffic, your facility went offline for several hours. How much business would you lose? Read More
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Central KY Computer Society - Using airdrop on your iPhone
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CES 2017 Opening Day with Katie Linendoll
 CES 2017 Opening Day with Katie Linendoll
Award Winning Tech Expert Katie Linendoll partnered with the following companies to showcase some of the exciting products people will be able to use this year. She looked at the latest in home audio entertainment from Samsung, how OtterBox is changing the way you use your iPhone, a new wearable tracking device by 3M that will help improve your breathing, an augmented driving device from Navdy that lets you Look Forward© while Staying Connected© and a smart home camera solution from Honeywell that helps you keep an eye on your home! Read More
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3 Exciting Construction Industry Uses For Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality
3 Exciting Construction Industry Uses For Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality
Immersive reality technology has exploded throughout 2016, with more creative uses invented every day. Many huge corporations are placing massive investments in its development. According to ABI Research predictions, immersive reality will balloon into a $100-billion-dollar industry by 2020. The exciting technology can be broken down into three distinct categories: Mixed Reality (MR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR). The Microsoft's HoloLens is a great, recent example of mixed reality, which is a split combination of reality and the virtual world. Augmented reality uses "markers" to add pieces of virtual information within the known world. And then there's virtual reality which fully immerses users into an alternate world. Read More
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Spinbackup - Bringing Cloud-to-Cloud Backup and Cloud Cybersecurity to G Suite Users
Spinbackup - Bringing Cloud-to-Cloud Backup and Cloud Cybersecurity to G Suite Users
On December 15, Yahoo, already reeling from their September disclosure that 500 million user accounts had been hacked in 2014, disclosed that a different attack in 2013 compromised more than one billion accounts. The two attacks are the largest known security breaches of a company's computer network. Yahoo's so-called "Exxon Valdez of computer hacks" was preceded by Google's own "Gooligan" malware breach - the biggest-ever hacker score of Google user tokens. These events are proof that even the biggest internet companies in the world are not immune to data leaks and thefts. Read More
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TMN List 12-14-16
 TMN List 12-14-16
Here's a list of some of the new Iphone emojis. Read More
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CEO Fraud: Are You Next?
CEO Fraud: Are You Next?
Here's how your worst day starts. You call your newest finance director to check how they're settling in. The conversation is positive until they mention, "I transferred the two million like you asked." With a sinking feeling, you realize you may be the victim of CEO fraud. Also known as Business Email Compromise, CEO fraud is rising at an alarming rate. By spoofing emails and impersonating executives or suppliers, these criminals trick people into sharing data or making a large wire transfer. According to the FBI, US victims have lost a total of $960 million to these criminals over the last three years - and there's been a 1,300 percent increase in reported incidents since January 2015. CEO Fraud is expected to be even more costly than Ransomware. Read More

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