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Catching up with Forsta

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Increasingly, people – most notably millennials, if you believe the stereotype – are moving away from email and toward texting, particularly for business collaboration. The problem is texting isn’t as secure, because hackers can interject themselves into the conversation to ...

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Catching up with Partner Hero

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Shervin Talieh knew he wanted to set up a new office for his company in Boise during breakfast at Goldy’s in a 48-hour whirlwind visit. “At the end of the day, it’s chemical,” said Talieh, CEO of Partner Hero, which ...

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Job growth opportunities appear strong in cybersecurity fields

Congress is expected to send a bill to the White House soon that will strengthen and clarify the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) role as the main federal agency overseeing civilian cybersecurity. Such a law would also strengthen national ...

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Artificial intelligence has a role in cybersecurity, but isn’t the magic bullet

In a recent study on combating cybersecurity attacks, two-thirds of 3,866 information technology (IT) professionals surveyed across the Americas, Europe and Asia said artificial intelligence (AI) tools could reduce false alerts and increase team effectiveness. Yet, only 25 percent of ...

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All IBR tech stories free to non-subscribers during November (access required)

To celebrate our new technology email newsletter, the Idaho Business Review will release all tech stories free to non-subscribers this month. The IBR is also offering a discounted digital subscription rate – $79 for full access to all IBR stories ...

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ISU physical therapy program offers high-tech distance learning options

While physical therapy is a decidedly hands-on field, students in Meridian and Pocatello are finding that their professional training is getting a boost from technology. When Idaho State University’s Meridian campus expanded its physical therapy program this year, the school ...

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Katching up with Kount

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Historically hidden in the back office, Boise’s Kount is stepping into the forefront, not only figuratively but literally. Kount, now with 158 employees tucked in the Lusk Neighborhood near Boise State University, is in the process of remodeling a new ...

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Federal government gets involved in ongoing Micron-China case (access required)

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A recent federal indictment against three employees of two Chinese companies, alleging that they stole intellectual property from Boise chip manufacturer Micron, is another in a series of ongoing espionage claims and counterclaims between the two countries. “It’s not too ...

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