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Cloudflare has launched a new cloud-based network-as-a-service solution designed to provide an easy and reliable way for companies of all sizes to protect the devices, data and applications they rely on everyday.Cloudflare One protects and accelerates the performance of devices, applications and entire networks to...

State seeking $70M for jobless benefits Arkansas is asking for another $70 million in federal funding to extend $300 in weekly supplemental unemployment benefits to Arkansans out of work because of covid-19. State officials estimate the funding will provide three weeks of payments under the Lost Wages...

A Research study on Asia Pacific...

Right to Repair is a battle the automotive aftermarket has been fighting for nearly two decades. Despite years of debate between the independent aftermarket and automotive OEMs, as well as at the congressional level, the Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act didn’t truly begin...

After being in operation for a year, Great Northern’s Class 717 trains have enabled significant carbon emission savings across the Hertfordshire network. Credit: Govia Thameslink Railway - Great Northern's Class 717 train. New trains operated by Great Northern, the UK train operator, in...

FREETOWN It was a sad moment when Mickey Joel Ayers passed away early in the morning of October 9, 2020, at his home in Brown County after a 5- month...

 Long before 2020, networks were experiencing transformation—both caused and facilitated by the rise of cloud computing, gaming, the Internet of Things (IoT), streaming media, 5G, and edge compute. Now, networks are facing massive increases in demand from millions forced to go virtual—for work, school, healthcare, and...

By Tom Seymour | Oct 10, [email protected] 338-9746 The next municipal event that I am aware of will come on Nov. 3, Election Day. Meanwhile, Waldo mailboxes are deluged with “urgent” letters urging residents to vote now, by...

Brace yourselves as the world continues to push further into the realm of gigabit internet at home. What once was limited to major corporations and datacenters long ago, has been growing more readily available throughout major cities, allowing you to make use of lightning-fast connections...

A winter of discontent looms. Unlike Shakespeare’s Richard III, it won’t be made glorious by anything now in sight. Instead, it promises a tsunami of misery for many and the ugliest election in U.S. history. At a time which calls for new energy, new thinking and a...