Breaking down the Army's new network plan – Washington Technology

IT STRATEGYNOTE: This article first appeared on FCW.com.The Army wants to be able to freely send data back and forth from its legacy and business systems to the tactical edge. Key to doing that is its strategy to unify tactical and enterprise networks and creating a common “data fabric”. But will it work?The Army released … Read moreBreaking down the Army's new network plan – Washington Technology

The public service loan forgiveness program has helped only 1.2% of NY applicants – WBFO

The federal program that is supposed to forgive student loans for workers who choose public service has failed in New York, according to a report from U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. The report talks about the 89,900 borrowers who applied for the federal public service loan forgiveness program in New York, and that just 1,099 received … Read moreThe public service loan forgiveness program has helped only 1.2% of NY applicants – WBFO

Apple’s plan to scan images will allow governments into smartphones – The Guardian

Client-side scanning, as the technology is called, should really be treated like wiretapping and regulated accordinglyFor centuries, cryptography was the exclusive preserve of the state. Then, in 1976, Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman came up with a practical method for establishing a shared secret key over an authenticated (but not confidential) communications channel without using … Read moreApple’s plan to scan images will allow governments into smartphones – The Guardian

Working world: the trend is towards hybrid work – Market Research Telecast

October 16, 2021Hybrid work models will come to the fore at the latest with the fall of the obligation to work from home in July 2021. A new industry index now wants to work out more precisely what this can mean for companies. The Global Cisco Hybrid Work Index is intended to provide insights into … Read moreWorking world: the trend is towards hybrid work – Market Research Telecast

Moscow says it is first to launch large-scale metro facial ID payment system – Reuters

Passengers are seen at a metro station on the first day after a lockdown designed to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was lifted in Moscow, Russia June 9, 2020. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov/File PhotoMOSCOW, Oct 15 (Reuters) – Moscow's sprawling metro network on Friday launched a fare payment system using facial recognition technology at … Read moreMoscow says it is first to launch large-scale metro facial ID payment system – Reuters

Disneyland Monorail to resume service Friday after long absence – KTLA Los Angeles

KTLA by: Tracy Bloom The Disneyland Monorail will be back in operation this week, marking the classic attraction’s long-anticipated return following a yearlong closure, the resort announced Thursday. The beloved attraction has been a mainstay for theme park enthusiasts since debuting at the Disneyland Resort in 1959, but it hasn’t been in operation during the … Read moreDisneyland Monorail to resume service Friday after long absence – KTLA Los Angeles