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QUANTech #3 by @D_MLG

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What is QUANTech? An easy-to-digest selection of what’s hot in tech and the impact on society to help you stay one step ahead in this rapidly changing digital world. Brought to you by Denys Malengreau (@D_MLG). QUANTech only refers to consulted sources. This week was all about blockchain. Beyond the hype, a real move into … Continue reading QUANTech #3 by @D_MLG

QUANTech #2 by @D_MLG

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What is QUANTech? An easy-to-digest selection of what’s hot in tech and the impact on society to help you stay one step ahead in this rapidly changing digital world. Brought to you by Denys Malengreau (@D_MLG). QUANTech only refers to consulted sources. This week started with Wired’s brand new cover for its magazine’s March edition … Continue reading QUANTech #2 by @D_MLG

QUANTech #1 by @D_MLG

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What is QUANTech? An easy-to-digest selection of what’s hot in tech and the impact on society to help you stay one step ahead in this rapidly changing digital world. Brought to you by Denys Malengreau (@D_MLG). QUANTech only refers to consulted sources. This week’s big buzz in tech was indisputably the mind-blowing Falcon Heavy launch. … Continue reading QUANTech #1 by @D_MLG

Quant ICT becomes QUANT.be and launches a new innovative concept “The Smart Network”

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Quant ICT becomes QUANT.be and launches a new innovative concept “The Smart Network” Quant ICT a recognized market leader in the integration of ICT solutions decided to slightly change course and comes with a new innovative concept “The Smart Network” The Smart Network of QUANT.be wants to help organisations anticipate on the upcoming questions about … Continue reading Quant ICT becomes QUANT.be and launches a new innovative concept “The Smart Network”

Wifi security vulnerability “codename Krack”

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According to Mathy Vanhoef, a security expert at Belgian university KU Leuven, the WPA2 protocol used by most wifi networks has been breached exposing wireless traffic to attacks. The vulnerability affects several operating systems, wifi vendors and devices. We strongly advise our customers to read the updates on the Aruba website or to contact us for support.