Electricity production: When enzymes rival platinum

Making a biocell that is as effective as a platinum fuel cell: that’s the feat that researchers have achieved. Three years after making their first prototype biocell, the researchers have just reached a new milestone and increased its performance and stability. This biocell could, in the long run, offer an alternative to fuel cells that require rare and costly metals, such as platinum.

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Apple’s iOS dominates enterprise mobility, data shows

Fresh Egnyte data confirms what I’ve been saying for years: iOS absolutely dominates the enterprise and Mac usage effectively eclipses that platform’s market share.

Apple’s real world

Data scientists at Egnyte analysed 25 Petabytes of customer data and four million enterprise-related activities performed by enterprise employees to figure out how businesses are working today.

They found that 82 percent of work done on mobile took place on iOS, while 25 percent of work done on a desktop was via macOS.

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El eCommerce Day llega mañana al Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires

El eCommerce Institute y la CACE anuncian la 11va edición del eCommerce Day Buenos Aires que reunirá a los especialistas de las empresas más destacadas del comercio electrónico del país y a los protagonistas de los casos de éxito más relevantes del sector que compartirán sus conocimientos en múltiples sesiones y talleres temáticos. El evento, […]

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BrandPost: DNS and Security: A Vulnerability, Yes. But Also A Safeguard

Every action on the Internet relies on the Domain Name System (DNS), which lists, tracks, and matches domain names to machine-readable IP addresses to make sure traffic gets where it’s meant to go. Because it’s such a basic part of the Internet, many organizations take it for granted—and that’s made the world’s 30 to 50 million DNS servers an increasingly popular cyber attack vector.

A recursive DNS server’s only function is to resolve user requests. It has no way of knowing whether the connection it enables is good or bad. At many enterprises, firewalls do not inspect the port that DNS servers use to listen for queries. Often, the default firewall configuration is to allow inbound DNS requests from the public Internet so that a DNS service can respond.

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