What’s new in Notifications in iOS 16?

If you’ve switched to iOS 16, you’ve probably already realized Apple has tweaked the system. Notifications now appear at the bottom of the display and there are other changes that must be learned.

We all use them, we all need

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Critical zero-days make September’s Patch Tuesday a ‘Patch

With 63 updates affecting Windows, Microsoft Office and the Visual Studio and .NET platforms — and reports of three publicly exploited vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-37969, CVE-2022-34713, CVE-2021-40444) — this month’s Patch Tuesday release gets a “Patch Now” priority. Key testing areas include

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Workday expands service that surfaces employee skills

Workday this week announced an expansion to its Skills Cloud service, which uses existing employee information culled from third-party systems to discover talents that can be put to use within an organization.

Introduced in 2018, Skills Cloud comes natively with

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Want to change a dysfunctional culture? Intel’s Israel

Disclosure: Intel is a client of the author.

Many tech firms have a reputation for paying well, but treating employees — particularly women and minorities — poorly. Some of this follows from decades of bad behavior, as highlighted in books

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Office 365: A guide to the updates

Office 365 and Microsoft 365 subscribers get more frequent software updates than those who have purchased Office without a subscription, which means subscribers have access to the latest features, security patches, and bug fixes. But it can be hard to

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Best-Paying Computer Degrees

Best-Paying Computer Degrees  : Beating all odds stacked against them, computer degrees seem to have regained favor with students. At least that’s what the data released by the Computing Research Association (CRA) suggests.

According to the CRA Taulbee Survey report,

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