Tuesday, September 26, 2017
The key drivers contributing to the growth of the managed services are rise in digital information, the need to secure it, increasing trend of bring your own devices, flexibility to match custom requirements, continuous upsurge in dependency over heterogeneous networks, and persistent rise in the complexity of technological solutions. However, the increased complexity in network infrastructure and the complexities in data management are hampering the growth of the overall market.   [READ MORE]
Google Lens uses artificial intelligence to figure out what's in a photo   [READ MORE]
Enhanced Calling, the Next Generation of Mobile Networks
by Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly
What You Need To Know About VoLTE and HD Voice.   [READ MORE]
The Biloxi city council is expected to vote on a proposal from Mayor Fofo Gilich to bring a biometrics and cybersecurity center to the city. The nonprofit corporation would lead to a public private partnership for research and development firms. The center would produce products and materials in fields such as Biometrics, Nanotechnology, and Cybersecurity. One example is creating the material to make scanner bars on the back of credit cards. City officials tell News 25 this new center would bring several jobs to the coast. “We're talking about hundreds of jobs these are not going to be blue collar jobs, they call these new collar jobs, they're going to be high paying jobs, there's going to be a lot of research and development involved in these types of jobs, and there's going to be manufacturing.” - Vincent Creel Public Affairs, City Of Biloxi The city council has to make a unanimous vote to approve this proposal in order to quickly bring it to the legislature.   [READ MORE]
Protect Your Business from Ransomware
by David Ryan for America's Backbone Weekly
Ransomware is a vicious attack on your cloud system so here is what you need to know to stay protected.   [READ MORE]

About The U.S. Daily News - Contact Us - Advertise With Us - Privacy Guidelines