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AI vs Web Developers - Collaborative Innovation or Competing Forces in the Future of Web Development? Artificial Intelligence (AI) has come to the forefront in various sectors, revolutionising how we approach tasks, innovate, and problem-solve. With AI’s limitless possibilities, it’s unsurprising that web development has also felt its influence. However, the question remains: Does the rise of AI mark an impending rivalry between AI and web developers, or does it pave the way for a more collaborative future in web development?blockchain cybersecurity
Over the past few years, we’ve been hearing more and more about crypto in emerging markets, digital money, blockchain technology, and other financial terms that have filled our digital platforms — from the articles we read to our social media feeds. While most people tend to associate blockchain with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, the potential use of this innovation goes far beyond that. Image Source One area where blockchain has the potential to revolutionise the way things work is cybersecurity.infrastructure best-practices CISO
We are often asked what the Attomus architecture looks like and how internally we approach development and client work and what tools we use. Clearly as partners of Netlify, Jetbrains, XCP-ng and Atlassian we tend towards using their products and services as the basis of our infrastructure, “eat your own dogfood” being the internal mantra, but there’s value in explaining the reasoning and how we utliise each to combine into the enterprise landscape that we operate.work-experience semafore
“I worked with Attomus remotely over a period of three weeks and completed two main tasks for the company both relating to the new app Semafore. Semafore is a highly secure communications service, targeted for the use of enterprises and government agencies who need more security than your average company. One task, which I completed by myself, was to update the Semafore website to make it look sleeker and more dynamic by changing the images on the front page of the website.social-media cybersecurity
The rise of social media has changed the way the internet’s bad actors conduct their operations. Organisations are even more vulnerable due to the plethora of private information that is accessible to those who intend to harm them. (image credit: rawpixel.com) A 2022 survey recorded 39% of businesses in the United Kingdom as cyber-attack victims. Phishing attempts have been marked as the most common form of attacks, with 83% of respondents experiencing these, while more sophisticated attacks such as malware, denial of service or ransomware were also reported.
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AI vs Web Developers - Collaborative Innovation or Competing Forces in the Future of Web Development? Artificial Intelligence (AI) has come to the for...
Over the past few years, we’ve been hearing more and more about crypto in emerging markets, digital money, blockchain technology, and other financial...