Digital Devices Protection

Most attacks launched on a network can lead to crashing.

Deep space communication

Deep space communications is a network that allows users to communicate with remote locations. It works based on quantum mechanics, so it is not something you can replicate in our world.

The internet of things

For those of you who do not know what the internet of things is, I would like to elaborate on it. Internet of Things is an interface that every device connects with, allowing them to communicate with each other. Today, internet of things consists of many things such as:

Sensors (active and passive)


Data storage

Vehicles (cars, airplanes, drones)

And so on

These devices are connected and share information. For example, car communicates with other cars and any objects attached to car. We are in the same boat with IT devices.

The main problem is that currently this technology has reached a new level, whereby you can expect to add at least 30 more devices into the Internet of things by 2018. This means that anyone with access to the internet has access to all sorts of data and intelligence. Check out this IP exchange services here that allow interconnection for businesses voice and data needs!

However, even if you were to connect all the Internet of Things to your computer, your computer would still be unable to keep up with all the data it would receive. This is because your computer is made to manage your network resources, which it would not be able to do in a situation where all devices share the same network, and that’s why they need protection for this, from systems as Fortinet, since there are issues like malware that affect your systems.

What if, however, we had the ability to connect our phone to the internet and this allowed it to receive all the information and data it would receive on its own? What if we did this through a quantum network? Then this would be a quantum internet, also known as the internet of quantum information, where everything would be able to communicate in real time, which could make the Internet of things a truly quantum-based internet.

There are several companies working towards this end; these include Google, Quantum Artificial Intelligence Labs, and JETstack. We can see how quantum computers might affect some of the applications mentioned above. For instance, this technology could help in facial recognition, where computers could detect if an individual is in front of a CCTV camera or is using a phone. It could also aid in AI, where computers could share information about objects without the need for programming.

But what about security?

The main concern here is that a quantum computer could be used for hacking purposes, as explained in detail in our section “Securing Your Data.”

I did some research and discovered that there have been some tests that compare quantum computers and classical computers. These tests showed that quantum computers could achieve similar speeds as a classical computer, however they were able to analyze data much faster.

Building Relationships Through Education

Is education part of your organization’s higher purpose or brand? If so, keep your educational mission front and center with your “customers” (alumni, employees, members, etc.)

Why? A good article in the Harvard Business Review describes what customers want:

Many brands have a demonstrable higher purpose baked into their missions… These feel authentic to consumers, and so provide a credible basis for shared values and relationship-building. To build relationships, start by clearly communicating your brand’s philosophy or higher purpose.

Disney is one example of an organization which does a great job communicating their higher purpose. In the words of Walt himself, “My business is making people, especially children, happy.”

I live in Orlando, which means I talk to a lot of repeat visitors of Disney. They don’t come back for Space Mountain or Mickey-shaped ice cream. Instead, they wax on about the magic and happiness they see in their children’s eyes.

If your perceived value doesn’t extend beyond the time your “customers” spend with you, your relationships will be fleeting. If you brand your value as delivering life-long education, you’ll grow authentic and lasting relationships.


Use our book and app to:

  • Educate about the necessities of the life, like buying insurance, paying taxes, and even choosing a fork.
  • Tell your “customers” about the other ways you provide education (on-line lectures, educational travel programs, etc.)

Reinforce your higher purpose of education and build lifelong relationships.

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