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This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech: Cloud, Privacy & Uber Make Waves

Hello from SHIFT Boston, bringing you this week’s roundup of the most notable news from the technology world. These are the stories that have caught our B2B tech PR team’s eye: UBER MAKES ITS IPO The much talked about Uber IPO filing finally landed Thursday after markets closed. Uber Technologies filed its IPO prospectus, reporting…

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This Week in Tech: Hot IPOs and Biased AI

This Week in Tech: Hot IPOs and Biased AI

Hello again from SHIFT SF and welcome back to our weekly roundup of the tech stories that caught our eye this week. These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week: Is Tech History Repeating? The Lyft IPO this week was not technically enterprise tech news, but…

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This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech: Apple Wants to Be Your Privacy Champion

Hello and welcome back to SHIFT’s weekly roundup of the most notable news in the world of technology. These are the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week:   Show Time for Apple Apple held a big event on Monday where Tim Cook unveiled (kind of?) a whole lot of…

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This Week in Tech-From Facebook to facial recognition -min

This Week in Tech: From Facebook to facial recognition

Happy Friday … We’ve successfully made to the end of week 12 of 2019. Here’s what grabbed our attention over the past seven days in B2B tech: In Plain Sight In security news, Facebook acknowledged it had stored millions of user passwords in a plain text file, affecting logins for Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram.…

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This Week in Tech: Down Goes Facebook, and More Talk of Breaking Up the Giants

This Week in Tech: Down Goes Facebook, and More Talk of Breaking Up the Giants

Welcome back to your favorite tech news roundup series. It’s been a long week, but it’s finally Friday and time to read all about the stories our b2b PR teams have been keeping an eye on: Elizabeth Warren Vs. Big Tech In a Medium post, the senator from Massachusetts detailed her presidential platform for breaking…

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RSA Conference News Round Up-min

RSA Conference News Round Up

For nearly two decades, SHIFT has been supporting the world’s largest cybersecurity event: RSA Conference. The 2019 event took place last week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center and the SHIFT team was on site along with 42,500+ attendees and 700+ exhibitors in what was a very successful week. While each year is unique, the show…

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This Week in Tech: AI, Apple and dating app security headaches

This Week in Tech: AI, Apple and dating app security headaches

Welcome back to our weekly tech news roundup – your one-stop shop for the trends and stories that our B2B PR teams were monitoring throughout the week. Introducing the American AI Initiative The president introduced an executive order designed to boost America’s AI industry by prioritizing research and development, increasing access to federal data and…

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Observations from the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos

Observations from the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos

World Economic Forum (WEF) Davos is over for another year. The fact that many political leaders and representatives were absent – notably Presidents Trump and Macron, and Prime Minister May – meant the conversations this year centered more around business than in previous years. No matter your opinion about the business elite hobnobbing on the…

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Top Blog Posts Of 2018 Q2

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q2 Content 2018

As the year comes to a close, we like to analyze the SHIFT archives to learn what content performed best. It’s important to take see what worked and what didn’t work to plan for the new year to come. Want to see how to analyze your own blog? Here’s how. The best of Q2 2018…

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Social Content Scraping Apps and Algorithms Under the Microscope

Social Content Scraping Apps and Algorithms Under the Microscope

Babysitter Bias Woes for Social Media Platforms Amidst another torrid week for Facebook on a number of fronts, the company and social media rival Twitter also had to deal with the controversy surrounding babysitting app Predictim. The app scrapes the social media profiles of prospective nannies and provides an assessment of whether they pose a…

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