The COVID Crisis: Working From Home? 4 Tips For Staying Productive

COVID-19 has led many companies to recommend that employees work from home. For many, remote work is a new reality and one that takes some getting used to. Continue Reading →

9 Free Online Courses To Elevate Your Digital Marketing And Leadership Skills

With the coronavirus spreading across the world and many working from home, people might find themselves organizing their time in different ways. Continue Reading →

A Serious Flaw Found In Google And Samsung Camera Apps Gave Hackers All Access

The personal data circus recently welcomed a new act — one some consumers might not have known about, but one that definitely needs to be addressed if they haven’t done so already. Continue Reading →

Hey, Harlem Event Gurus Google Adds Ability To Create Public Events On Google Maps

Google appears to be testing a new feature that lets users create public events on Google Maps from Harlem to Harare. Continue Reading →

Google Urges Chrome Users To Update Their Browser Immediately From Harlem To Harare

In a blog post on Thursday, Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group disclosed that two zero-day vulnerabilities were discovered in Google Chrome. Continue Reading →

Google+ Users Have Until April 2 2019 To Download Their Data, Photos, And Videos

Sayonara, Google+. The consumer version of the 7-year-old social media platform bids its final farewell on April 2, 2019. Continue Reading →

Columbus: The Urban League And Google Pop-Up Lab

Google is taking part in the National Urban League Conference, taking place Wed, August 1 through Saturday, August 4th, 2018, in Columbus, OH. Continue Reading →


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