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Life Insurance – Do You Need One? YES!

Do you run a family? Do you have dependents who rely on your earnings for their living expenses? If you have an affirmative answer to these questions then you should think about your family’s future now! But how? Well, we are a materialistic generation, we do not buy a car without an insurance, and we go for data protection plans or anti-theft plans for our mobile devices. But have we thought about what if something happened to us, who will…

Essential Tech Security Measures For Your Business

The rapid development of cyber technology has opened up exciting new frontiers for business, but it has also produced new threats for any organization with an online presence. The scope and variety of cyber-attacks carried out every year is bewildering and that threat is growing all the time as hackers develop new ways to exploit weaknesses. When you’re considering ways to improve your business, from the benefits of the kind of mentorship promoted by Keith Krach, to new marketing tools…

Mucosal environment of older pigs helps newborn piglets with intestinal injury recover — ScienceDaily

Researchers from North Carolina State University have found that the intestinal mucosal environment of juvenile pigs can stimulate repair of intestinal injuries in newborn piglets. The findings have implications both for understanding why newborns of many species — including humans — are unable to repair these injuries on their own, as well as for potential future treatments. Intestinal ischemic injury occurs when blood flow to a portion of the intestine is cut off, resulting in the loss of epithelial cells…

Screaming Circuits: Multidisciplinary Trivia

I sometimes spend my Tuesday evenings engaging in pub trivia. It’s a thing here in Oregon – maybe in other places too. I do okay, but there always seems to be too many sports and contemporary pop culture questions. I’m not inherently against pop culture or sports, but those sort of references just don’t stick in my head all that well. I’ve gone to a few trivia nights that were labeled as geek trivia or nerd trivia, but they were talking…

Two Factor Authentication for Enterprises: What and How

We all use passwords to secure our valuable data, but is password the safest way to protect it? Well, the statistics say any naïve cybercriminal with help of advanced technology can easily expose 90% of all passwords by testing billions of password combinations per second. This vulnerability gave way to the solution of two-factor authentication (2FA), which acts as another security layer for your data. The Extra Security Also known as multi-factor authentication, two-factor authentication (2FA) is a simple method…

African traffic growth and predictions for the future

Looking back at our historical data, we realized how much the Internet and Cloudflare grew. With more than 150 datacenters, 10 percent of web-based applications, customers everywhere around the world, from the tiny islands in the Pacific to the big metropolises, we have an Internet landscape of almost every country and continent. Cloudflare’s mission is to help build a better Internet. To do that we operate datacenters across the globe. By having datacenters close to end user we provide a…

Perinatal hypoxia associated with long-term cerebellar learning deficits and Purkinje cell misfiring — ScienceDaily

Oxygen deprivation associated with preterm birth leaves telltale signs on the brains of newborns in the form of alterations to cerebellar white matter at the cellular and the physiological levels. Now, an experimental model of this chronic hypoxia reveals that those cellular alterations have behavioral consequences. Chronic sublethal hypoxia is associated with locomotor miscoordination and long-term cerebellar learning deficits in a clinically relevant model of neonatal brain injury, according to a study led by Children’s National Health System researchers published…

Internet of Things technology can boost classroom learning and bridge gender divide

Credit: University of Kent The use of Internet of Things devices in the classroom can have major educational benefits and appeal to both genders if designed and used in the right way. Researchers from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts (EDA) worked in primary schools in northern Thailand to test how a specially designed Internet of Educational Things (IoET) device could improve both active learning engagement and outcomes. To do this the researchers, led by Dr. Jim Ang…

Three new ways teams are using Cloudflare Access

Since leaving beta three weeks ago, Cloudflare Access has become our fastest-growing subscription service. Every day, more teams are using Access to leave their VPN behind and connect to applications quickly and securely from anywhere in the world. We’ve heard from a number of teams about how they’re using Access. Each team has unique needs to consider as they move away from a VPN and to a zero trust model. In a zero trust framework, each request has to prove…

Coding Conversations: Pursuing Personal and Career Development

It’s been almost two years since I joined LinkedIn. Previously, I had studied communication systems for six years and then moved on to work on phone chips for two years at my dream company. But things changed in 2015, and the company where I was working was affected. I saw one of my teammates get laid off and I was uncertain and worried about my own future—should I look for a change, or just await my fate? I knew this…