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Hacker Recycles Data on Half a Billion Facebook Users

2021-04-06 13:00:00| TechNewsWorld

A rich cache of data on some 533 million Facebook users was posted to a hacker forum over the weekend and is available to download for practically free. In a statement provided to TechNewsWorld by Facebook, the company said it is confident the posted information is old data that originated from a weakness in its contact importer feature that was discovered and fixed in August 2019.

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B2B marketers increasingly look to the power of search engine optimization (SEO) for building brand success. Today's search marketing landscape is one of rapid changes, and keeping up-to-date with ever-shifting SEO machinations and technical search intricacies can be more than a full-time job for top B2B SEO professionals. To help you hit the ground running, we've got a wealth of SEO insight from 12 of the world's leading search subject matter experts that you can use to inform your 2021 SEO strategy. The following infographic contains insight from 12 top search marketing practitioners let's explore in detail, and learn why 2021 may be a groundbreaking year for search. You can download a PDF version of this infographic here. Also check out a blog post version of this infographic, 12 Top B2B SEO Trends & Predictions for 2021, which was first published on TopRank's Online Marketing Blog. The post Infographic: SEO In 2021 12 Influencers Share Their Best Tips For The Road Ahead appeared first on Newsroom.

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Cisco, Microsoft and a Simulated Workplace Future

2021-04-05 13:00:00| TechNewsWorld

When technology is advancing very rapidly, the leading providers of an evolving class of products are on very different pages. I'm talking about Cisco and Microsoft -- and while neither's approach is wrong, neither is complete -- and together they can build what's needed for our hybrid workplace future. Let's talk about the advantages of a simulated workplace done right, and we'll close with the product of the week, a new graphics card from AMD.

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