Fetching Data in React using React Async

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FedDev Ontario announces $3M investment in Ottawa networking firm

The commercialization of Canadian innovation has historically been below expectations, which could be why the Canadian government saw fit to invest over $2.9 million through FedDev Ontario into Rockport Networks Inc., an Ottawa-based networking solution firm. Announced earlier this week by Karen McCrimmon, the parliamentary secretary to the minister of public safety and emergency preparedness […]

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Flaws in SanDisk SSD Dashboard Present Malware & Data Loss Risks

Organizations using the utility should immediately install the latest version of the software, security vendor Trustwave says. A utility program for managing SanDisk solid-state drives (SSDs) has two security vulnerabilities in it that heighten data loss risks for organizations using the application. One of the vulnerabilities in SanDisk’s SSD Dashboard gives attackers a way to […]

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Be Wary of WhatsApp Messages Offering 1000GB of Free Data

Global messaging giant WhatsApp turned 10 years old this year. It’s not unusual for companies to provide loyal customers or members with gifts to show their appreciation during these milestones. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are using this as a ploy to carry out their malicious schemes. According to Forbes, security researchers have discovered a fraudulent message promising […]

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The Twin Journey, Part 1

Summary and Introduction: The recent changes in Windows 10, aiming to add case sensitivity (CS) at directory level, have prompted our curiosity to investigate the potential to use CS as a mean of obfuscation or WYSINWYG (What You See is NOT What you Get). While CS was our entry point, we then ventured into other […]

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Simplify The Handoff From Sketch To Visual Studio Code With Indigo.Design

About The Author Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne Scacca … Until now, the designer-developer handoff has been fraught with inefficiencies. Disparate platforms (namely, Sketch and Visual Studio Code) and incompatible workflows created […]

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Are Design Pitches Worthwhile?

Pitching can be time-consuming, confidence-shaking, and unprofitable. Here, we’ll try to answer the question, “Are pitches worthwhile?” For most designers – freelance or in-house – generating new business can be a dreaded part of the job. But it necessary to maintain and sustain growth and find new clients. When it comes to finding design work, […]

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Container Security Is Falling Behind Container Deployments

Organizations are increasingly turning to containers even though they are not as confident in the security of those containers, according to a new survey. Containers — virtualized applications that are key to DevOps — are maturing as critical parts of enterprise application infrastructures. And even though security strategies are maturing, organizations are still struggling to […]

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