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9/20/2018

Improving your awareness of who you are, how you behave and what you need helps with your career and has grounding in research, writes LaRae Quy. "Inaccurate self-assessment leads to sales targets that can't be met, deadlines that can't be carried out and performances that are promised but not delivered," she writes.

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9/13/2018

Apple rolled out its iPhone XR, XS and XS Max models Wednesday, with the 6.5-inch, $1,099 Max getting much of the focus, although each new model features Apple's A12 Bionic processor, Face ID systems and TrueDepth cameras. The 5.8-inch XS is an updated version of the discontinued iPhone X, while the $749, 6.1-inch XR is Apple's latest budget entry.

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9/13/2018

Hurricane Florence has sent wireless carriers into action from Virginia to the Carolinas preparing for its expected destruction and widespread outages. Carriers have put thousands of workers on reserve and activated an array of recovery gear to help victims and repair damage once the storm has passed.

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9/13/2018

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will test the National Emergency Alert System with a "Presidential Alert" on Sept. 20 on cellphones nationwide. The first-of-its-kind alert will determine if improvements are needed to disseminate emergency information nationally through current infrastructure.

9/13/2018

Federated Wireless has asked federal regulators for a license to deploy Citizens Broadband Radio Service in the shared 3.5 gigahertz band, saying users include wireless carriers, internet service providers and cable companies. Federated said Federal Communications Commission approval could come in time to launch a commercial CBRS service in November.

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9/13/2018

More than 50% of people living in rural areas report difficulty hooking up to fast broadband service, Pew Research Center writes, noting that the problem is prevalent across income groups and educational backgrounds. Pew also writes that rural residents with broadband have much more limited service choices than do their urban counterparts.

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9/11/2018

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. While emerging technologies present countless opportunities for companies to improve their performance -- as well as many challenges -- business leaders are struggling to take full advantage of game-changing technologies as they face gaps in organizational readiness, talent and data management. The payoffs of technologies such as blockchain are significant, but these large-scale changes require a shift in strategy and mind-set. Learn how to ensure your emerging technologies elevate your firm's performance here.

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9/10/2018

Insurers and other financial companies are having trouble meeting New York's tough new cybersecurity regulations, which include audit and encryption requirements. About three dozen other states are working on their own cybersecurity requirements for financial services companies.

9/6/2018

TechOTG and iTech Repair have partnered to offer repairs for smartphones and tablets in the Clermont, Fla., area. TechOTG offers mobile repair services and 30-day warranties for parts and labor.

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Digital Journal
9/6/2018

Georgia repair shop Cartersville Cell Phone Repair has seen a high volume of repair orders, and owner Chris Nichols is considering opening a second location. Lead technician Will Neeley notes that drone and virtual reality gaming device repairs will play a growing role in the industry's future.