Digital transformation is the buzz phrase, but what does it mean for mere mortals struggling with contemporary business issues and developments? 100TB investigates…

Google has recently rolled out a new means of verifying whether a visitor is human or a robot. This new tool is looking to bring to an end the necessary evil that was CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart).

This week’s technological landscape has been particularly eventful, promising great things in the future alongside a healthy dose of data security skepticism.

A data center usually consists of many server racks; networking infrastructure to connect to the internet; electrical supply and generation systems to power it all and a cooling system to keep everything running at the right temperature.

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Previously we’ve looked at firewalls, what they are and why you should be using one.  There are multiple ways to implement firewalling on your server. Probably the most often used is the software firewall. This is an application that runs on a computer and inspects all the network traffic coming to and leaving the computer. The other option is to use a dedicated hardware or network firewall, this is a separate device that sits on the network in front of a server or group of servers and performs much the same task.

The need for security online has never been greater. As hackers become ever more complex in their means of accessing personal information, the need to tighten up the security around our online lives grows. Two factor authentication has become a popular method of thwarting attackers and creating peace of mind when dealing with data security.

One of the first and the most enduring ecommerce successes worldwide, eBay has always stated their real achievement isn’t global reach or trading success, but the level of trust they have built between people who are possibly on different continents who have never, and are never likely to meet.

It’s no accident that gaming has become a billion dollar industry. As human beings, there is something innately compelling about games that allow us to travel to different worlds and immerse ourselves in a new digital reality. We can fight intergalactic wars, play as our favorite football players and explore vast worlds. When you pick up an RPG, it can be immensely satisfying to sink time into fleshing out your character, just as it can be satisfying to hold off your enemy under hails of gunfire in an online multiplayer. But how do game developers keep us hooked?