You use your computer or mobile device for many everyday private or confidential tasks, which is why it is essential to take precautions to protect it from viruses and spyware. One type of spyware becoming increasingly common is known as a RAT (Remote Access Trojan), which criminals can use to access your computer or mobile device to take control of it to obtain your private information or spy on you. This is known as ratting.
With digital transformation all but mandatory across industries today, that innovation imperative is impacting every part of IT, including its outsourcing engagements. However, many CIOs are struggling to integrate third-party IT services deals into their long-term business strategies. Indeed, a recent Everest Group survey found that 61 percent of enterprises pursuing digital transformation were dissatisfied with their service providers.
In response to the pressing needs of cutting costs, improving monetization of services and increasing their retail banking customer base, JPMorgan Chase is building an entirely new digital banking organization. As consumers shift their banking preferences to online and mobile solutions (even if they are offered by non-bank technology firms), Chase wants to be the digital bank of preference — especially for millennials.
Government digital initiatives are limping behind other industries – and the public sector is more likely to outsource for help, according to analyst firm Gartner.
As someone who uses an Apple Watch almost every day and is a big fan of the wearable, the Series 4 is the upgrade I’ve been waiting for. The Series 4 sports a more substantial, edge-to-edge display, significantly reduced bezels and a slightly thinner design, amounting to the most significant aesthetic change to the Apple Watch since its launch. This means that unlike the Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3, Apple’s new Series 4 looks very different from its predecessors in some respects.
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