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Fahrenheit IT Acquires Halo Group and Geneva Technical Services (GTS)

Fahrenheit IT Staffing and Consulting, a division of Global Employment Solutions and one of the nation’s fastest growing IT staffing companies, announced today its acquisition of Halo Group, a major Midwest IT staffing and consulting firm, and its affiliates Sonoma …

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Why Businesses Using Machine Learning Are Ahead of the Curve

Not long ago, machine learning was only a reality in laboratory settings, think tanks, or science fiction. The idea of enterprise programs reviewing existing data to gather future insights without explicit instructions seemed grandiose. Now, it’s increasingly commonplace to see …

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Hiring IT Security Professionals? It’s Time to Set a Bug Bounty

Did you ever imagine you’d be asking people to hack your website or app? It’s not so uncommon. Google and Uber do it and eliminate vulnerabilities before cybercriminals can hijack their vital products and systems. The practice, known as a …

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Internet Explorer is Dead: Time for Legacy System Modernization

Microsoft has pulled the plug on their flagship web browser. As of mid-January, Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10 have been permanently retired. No more patches and no more support. Whatever the goal (shedding a persistent stigma, cutting maintenance/support …

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Industry Insights: Why Tech Companies Are Moving from the Suburbs to the City

Tech companies these days are increasingly city dwellers. Gone is the impulse, typical of the original Dot-Com boom, to find some sprawling acreage in suburbia and recreate their own Silicon Valley.  Microsoft built a home in Redmond, WA. AOL inhabited …

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