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How OAuth Enables a Zero-Trust Architecture

Zero-trust is one of those terms that can be used both accurately and as a buzzword. Software providers often refer to their application architectures as “zero-trust,” but what does that actually mean? And is the application in question actually employing zero-trust? Or is it simply applying the approximate behaviors of zero-trust? Today, we’re going to discuss what zero-trust architecture is and how it figures into security....

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Facial recognition and encryption can’t be put back in the bottle

Reading Time: < 1 min There are two topics that I hear come up repeatedly with groups trying to stop them, but I think it’s too late for both. First you have facial recognition technology, which privacy advocates are trying to stop. It’s a noble cause, for sure, but it’s likely to impossible to stop at this point. There are cameras everywhere, and software to recognize faces is only getting better. Even if you officially stop...

“They Don’t Do What I Tell Them To Do!”

No, this isn’t a frustrated parent complaining about their children’s behavior. This is a complaint I hear from too many sales managers. Often, this comes up in discussions about coaching. Managers claim to be coaching, where in reality they are dictating/telling. I ask, “Do you understand why they aren’t doing those things?” Again, the frustrated response is, “Look, I know what works, they just need to do what I tell them...

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Walter Reed Project Lands $20M Loan for Affordable Assisted Living Apartments

A joint venture between Urban Atlantic, Housing Up, and Triden Development Group received $20 million in financing to develop a 54-unit affordable assisted living apartment project at the Parks at Walter Reed, a 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The financing will be provided by a Housing Production Trust Fund loan by the District’s Department of Housing and Community Development,...

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In the know: culture, addiction, pace, and trust

Welcome to our new feature, “In the know” – a regular roundup of knowledge management (KM) topics of discussion and the videos and podcasts that are grabbing the attention of KM experts across our community. Suggested by Arthur Shelley: Arthur recommends this 5 minute segment of a wider speech where Dr. Gabor Maté shares “insights on human nature and the implications modern society/culture has on our ability to ‘Achieve...