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Blockchain: Innovation and Ethical Issues

Author: Future Manager Research Center The Blockchain technology appeared for the first time in 2008, concomitantly with the spread of the “dematerialized” cryptocurrency called Bitcoin. The main purpose of the Blockchain was to secure financial transactions made with Bitcoin, without the need to go through an intermediary. More specifically, this technology constitutes an independent and…

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Brief Excursus of Microsoft Excel’s Creation

Author: Future Manager Research Center Everyone knows Microsoft Excel, the popular spreadsheet system, which organizes data in columns and rows that can be manipulated through formulas that allow the software to perform mathematical functions on the data. The first spreadsheet on a personal computer was called VisiCalc (short for “visible calculator”) and was created in 1978 by…

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White Hats and Ethical Hacking for Companies’ Security

Author: Future Manager Research Center One of the most well-known episodes of a ransomware attack was the WannaCry outbreak, which hit companies worldwide in the spring of 2017. This ransomware attack affected a diverse collection of entities, including the NHS, Spain-based Telefonica, America’s FedEx, German railway company Deutsche Bahn, and LATAM Airlines. Afflicting over 200,000…

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Planning Future

“Global business culture is always saying that if you can dream it, you can do it
when you have the right people and ideas.”

“What global business culture is not saying is that being
right is not enough if it is just a thought.
If you can dream it, you will not necessarily do it.
But if you share it, you are already doing something beyond dreaming.”

“But what if it is not the right thing to do?”

“The right thing does not exist.
There is only what is suitable for you in the moment you decide to step up.
You just have to find it out.”