Month: October 2018

How Much Do Fortune 100 Companies Factor In Biodiversity Accountability?

October 12th, 2018 by Carolyn Fortuna  Is biodiversity protection really a major goal of nearly 1/3 of the world’s biggest companies? That’s what they’d like their shareholders to believe. But is merely mentioning biodiversity accountability in a company’s annual reports enough? A recent study indicates that only 5 Fortune 500 Global companies made biodiversity commitments that …

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Government puts cost of WannaCry to NHS at £92m

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has estimated that WannaCry cost the NHS £92m in direct costs and lost output. The Department’s latest update on cyber resilience in health and care suggests last year’s cyber-attack cost the service £20m during the outbreak and an additional £72m in the aftermath. This includes £19m worth …

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Tesla Hiring (Again) For Shanghai Gigafactory 3 Construction-Related Jobs

Batteries Published on October 12th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan October 12th, 2018 by Zachary Shahan  Tesla is swimming in Model 3 sales in the United States, where the sports sedan is #1 in its class, #4 among all cars (not counting trucks and SUVs), and also the #1 highest grossing car in the country. …

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Cyber security news round up

Digital Health’s latest round-up from the cyber security world includes BlackBerry’s new quantum-resistant cryptography tools and a novel new cyber security training method devised by the MOD’s Defence Science and Technology Lab.  Go phish: scientist develop educational cyber security card game Boffins at the Ministry of Defence’s Defence Science and Technology Lab (DSTL) have come …

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SunPower Taps Into Software To Improve The Customer Experience | #CleanTechnica at #SPI2018

Clean Power Published on October 11th, 2018 | by Kyle Field October 11th, 2018 by Kyle Field  Software and solar panels are probably not the most exciting parts of clean tech for most people, but there are some innovations happening in the space, specifically with regards to software. We met up with SunPower’s Jake Wachman …

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MOBI jumps into UEM with new desktop, IoT management tools

MOBI, a vendor of mobility management software, said this week it has added laptops, desktops, wearables and IoT sensors to its platform. The addition of compute devices other than smartphones and tablets propels the company into the category of unified endpoint management (UEM) vendors. Enterprises are being pushed toward UEM, which in many ways represents …

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