Xtreme Podcast: Technology wonders and technology blunders

Welcome to the TechGenix weekly installment of the Xtreme Minute! This is a quick synopsis of what to expect in today’s TechGenix Xtreme Podcast with Louise Chalupiak and Peter King, including links to all the latest hot tech topics.

Our first article is by Stephen M.W., titled 15 cybersecurity terms even your non-techie employees must know. Stephen reminds us not only that we the people are still the weakest link, but also that cybersecurity learning is not a one-and-done thing for the enterprise. Along with being a great educational article, we are also given a fun way to test one’s knowledge level whether you’re a business user of technology or a seasoned technical professional.

Second up is a fun article from Brien Posey, titled Seven technological wonders of the modern world named. Do you agree? Brien shares the list from The Royal Academy of Engineering in the UK and as a bonus, he offers up his own candidates. If you would like to add your own additions (and we strongly encourage you to do so), please post them either in the comments section at the bottom of the article page or follow the comments link at the end of this article.

The final article we discuss today is from Mitch Tulloch, titled Business Risk: Manage it, ignore it, or outsource it? The multiple variables that exist in the world of business and the world of technology means that we can never totally eliminate risk. That said, we do have the ability to reduce the likelihood and we can ensure that we have a proactive plan in place. It’s all about managing risk and educating the enterprise that risk can not be ignored.

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