Payback’s a Glitch: Apple’s Privacy Battle With Google

Payback’s a Glitch: Apple’s Privacy Battle With Google

On Aug. 29, Apple made headlines by announcing its big fall event, at which the hotly anticipated iPhone 11 was expected to be announced.

Later that evening, Google’s Project Zero research team posted an explosive report revealing it had found a severe glitch in the iPhone’s operating system. Google researchers detailed five distinct attack chains and described how countless Apple devices had been exposed to malware simply by visiting hacked websites.

The press pounced on the report.

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12 Construction Management Salary Numbers You Should Know

Six in 10 U.S. employees didn’t negotiate their salaries during their last job offers and lost out on earning $7,500 more per year. When staffing firm Robert Half surveyed more than 2,700 workers across 27 major U.S. cities, a mere 39 percent said that they negotiated their last job offer’s salary. Subsequent research from Glassdoor found that the average U.S. employee could be earning 13.3 percent more per year than their current base salary if they had negotiated. (more…)

Software Pricing Models Are Confusing; We Clear Them Up

Software Pricing Models Are Confusing; We Clear Them Up

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) products might be based in the cloud, but that doesn’t mean their pricing should be foggy.

Software pricing models come in a bewildering array of structures with added fees that can be intimidating. This might be why a recent GetApp survey revealed that spending too much money is the most common concern that businesses face when selecting software, beating out features, security, and integrations. We’ll help you focus less on pricing and more on finding the right tool.

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