AdExchanger’s Industry Preview Forecasts the Next Year of Technology

AdExchanger presented their Industry Preview last week, where esteemed members of the technology community were able to share their thoughts on how they believe technology will progress throughout the next 12 months. The digital marketing conference, which took place January 17-18, featured speakers such as Linda Yaccarino, the chairman of advertising and client partnerships at

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Tech Industry Leaders Pledge Over $300 Million to STEM Education Following Trump’s Memorandum

Historically, multiple US administrations, Congress, and tech companies have attempted to push computer science education forward. Currently, however, the relationship between the Trump administration and tech is strained. After Trump moved to dissolve DACA and responded feebly to national violence, hundreds of tech CEOs and leaders voiced their dissent while dozens left his advisory councils.

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Interim Equifax CEO Searches for Tech Solutions Following Major Security Breach

From roughly mid-May through July, hackers had access to the sensitive information of 143 million Americans due to a major data breach at Equifax, one of three of the country’ major credit reporting bureaus. According to the Federal Trade Commission, consumers’ names, Social Security numbers (SSNs), dates of birth, home addresses, and driver’s license numbers

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Walmart Partners With Google To Bring Their Products To Google Express and Voice-shopping

Walmart and Google, two household names that are well-known for… well, almost everything, are partnering to challenge Amazon Echo’s artificial intelligence voice assistant Alexa. To do so, Walmart is bringing its products to Google Express, Google’s online shopping hub that delivers products quickly from recognizable stores like Costco, Walgreens, Kohl’s, and more. Many are stating

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Cybercrime Spike Expected To Create 3.5 Million Jobs in Cybersecurity by 2021

Cybersecurity Ventures just released a report estimating that by 2021, there will be 3.5 million available cybersecurity jobs that will remain unfilled, three times as many as those that were unfilled in 2016, highlighting a major and growing labor crisis in the global cybersecurity industry. In the U.S. specifically: The cybersecurity industry employs approximately 780,000

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