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A week after the devastating derecho that struck Iowa with hurricane-force winds, carriers have reported to the Federal Communications Commission that nearly 60 cellular network sites across the state remain out of service.

A new study led by IBM and Phizer found that an mHealth platform used to track and assess movement by people living with Parkinson's could be used to rate the severity of their tremors and aid in care management.

KnowBe4 will step you through some common examples of phishing emails that are regularly reported and that use Canva to spring credentials phishes on users through a variety of common social engineering schemes.

A series of grants, funded by federal money made available under the CARES Act and distributed through the state’s emergency investment program, will go to Internet service providers in underserved areas.

Philips announced the launch of Virtual Care Station, a telehealth environment delivering virtual care services to patients in convenient neighborhood locations, such as retail settings, libraries, town halls and universities.

Across the rural US, more than 100 cooperatives, first launched to provide electric and telephone services as far back as the 1930s, are now laying miles of fiber optic cable to connect their members to high speed internet. Many started building their own networks after failing to convince established internet service providers to cover their communities.

Knowledge of internet filtering settings and state laws is the first step to keeping your kids safe on the internet.

Many K–12 schools have one-to-one computing programs that are crucial for extended remote learning, but accessories such as mice, webcams and headsets can also boost student success.

The Federal Communications Commission has released an updated version of its FCC Speed Test app, characterizing the expanded capabilities to measure wireless capability as a demonstration of its “commitment to ensure consumers have the tools and resources to evaluate how well their mobile broadband connections are performing."

The library has long been a place where people can access free Wi-Fi and public computers, and more recently it began providing 24/7 Wi-Fi in the parking lot and offering free computer tutoring sessions. Thanks to two new funding awards, the library is now taking additional steps to increase digital equity in our community.

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