This is why grassroots immigrant groups have been some of the leading recipients of census outreach funding. In New York City, the small financial-planning nonprofit Ariva received $125,000 for its four-month census outreach. In Maryland, Centro De Apoyo Familiar, a housing counseling agency with a staff of only four (per its website), received $250,000 for census outreach, more than some counties. But, alarmingly, many of these groups have no cybersecurity personnel or training. Like many of the other census funding recipients, neither of these organizations lists any IT or cybersecurity staff, leaving it unclear who will protect the integrity of their census systems. Their staff and volunteers are preparing for this momentous count with little or no training on the sort of threats they might face from those who want to disrupt and delegitimize the census. … [Read more...] about Think Iowa’s tech meltdown was bad? Just wait until the first online census
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The company was also essentially forced to expand Just into something more than a signifier of mayo. Hampton Creek faced a (since dropped) lawsuit from competitor Unilever and a subsequent investigation from the FDA, following its use of “Just Mayo” on a product that was, literally, not traditional mayonnaise because it contained no eggs. Of course, even Tetrick seems to admit that his approach had a certain subversive appeal to shoppers skeptical of eating more ethically, healthily, or green. “If my friends in Alabama see ‘Just vegan mayonnaise,’ they literally won’t buy it,” he says. … [Read more...] about Artisanal Branding Grows Up
Turning to public transportation for visual principles may come as a surprise; Uber listed the $1 trillion public transit sector as one of its competitors in its 2019 S-1 Securities and Exchange Commission filing, though it later updated its filing to mostly eliminate references to competing with public transit. But public transit has some of the most effective graphics in the world. And integrating the look and feel of public transit could be an extension of Uber’s overall efforts to integrate with public systems and create a more seamless experience from point A to B, no matter how exactly you get there. … [Read more...] about Uber’s redesigned app has an unlikely inspiration: Public transit
It is pivotal to skill the millennials who are willing to join the fintech sector. Millennials live in a fast paced and competitive market dynamics which requires them to keep abreast with the market in order to thrive. A diversified market calls for diverse skills set. In case of millennials in the fintech sector the skills need to be more accurate and based on logic with latest knowledge on managing tools and keeping in sync with latest developments in the sector. … [Read more...] about Reskilling the banking landscape
In recent years, F8 has been the first event in a busy season of tech-giant developer conferences—which, along with educating engineers, also serve as a platform to announce major products aimed at consumers. Two Google developer conferences are coming up: Cloud Next on April 6-8 and I/O from May 12-14. Microsoft’s Build is scheduled for May 19-21. Apple hasn’t announced dates for WWDC yet, but last year it took place from June 3-7. And Amazon’s Re:Mars, an AI event, is currently set for June 16-19. … [Read more...] about The coronavirus just took down Facebook’s F8 event. Who’s next?