No excuses for ignoring security in IoT devices

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Internet of Things (IoT) product designers face a formidable challenge: create a slick user experience, keep component costs as low as possible, and get the product to market quickly. As the number of connected devices in homes and businesses rapidly increases, security has never been more important. Yet some developers feel that a achieving a reasonable level of security is too expensive or too difficult to implement with embedded devices. Their assessment is wrong.

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Solid state drives (SSDs) are faster, quieter, more energy efficient, and produce less heat than traditional magnetic hard disk drives (HDDs). The absence of moving parts make SSDs more rugged and lighter. With the exception of cost and maximum capacity, SSDs appear to beat HDDs in every respect. But are they always the best choice?

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Cheating their employers

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If you are not bothered by the Ashley Madison cheating, then this type of cheating just might when hiring new employees. According to the CBC, the Public Service Commission reported 79 allegations of fraud in the 2013-2014 fiscal year out of 72,000 hires and job changes.

SAP at the Helm of HR

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ITinCanada Online sat down with Mark Brandau, VP, Solutions Marketing at SAP during SuccessConnect2015 in Las Vegas to discuss SAP’s revolutionary hand in the HR industry.

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