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Coursera

Coursera is an online education platform that offers a variety of courses and certificate programs from top universities and leading...

Social Listening

Social listening is the process of monitoring and analyzing digital interactions and communications on the internet, primarily on social media...

Sentiment Analysis

Sentiment analysis—an audience analysis method that relies on text analysis, natural language processing (NLP), and other data mining methods—is increasingly...

List of macOS Versions in Order & History

Apple’s macOS (also known as Mac OS X or simply OS X) operating system as we know it today has...

Complete List of Cybersecurity Acronyms

Cybersecurity news and best practices are full of acronyms and abbreviations. Without understanding what each one means, it’s difficult to...

Best Governance, Risk, & Compliance (GRC) Software & Tools for 2022

Governance, risk, and compliance tools automate enterprise tasks such as ensuring regulatory compliance and mitigating technical and physical risks, including...

Hotmail [Outlook] Email Accounts

Launched in 1996, Hotmail was one of the first public webmail services that could be accessed from any web browser.

Best Risk Management Software & Tools for 2022

Risk management tools consolidate strategies for mitigating and optimizing all enterprise threats and unknowns. They reduce silos within businesses, like...

How to Reboot Your Mac Computer

If your Mac computer is behaving strangely, it may be time for a reboot. There are a few different ways...

Web Servers vs Application Servers: What’s the Difference?

Web servers and application servers work together to serve dynamic web application content over the Internet. Dynamic web application content...

32-Bit vs 64-Bit: What are the Differences?

In the world of computer processing, everything depends on how many bits are available on a central processing unit (CPU)....

WAN vs LAN: What are the Differences?

Wide-area networks (WAN) and local-area networks (LAN) describe how physically close devices are within a computer network – which influences...