Forbes Business Council Accepts Arijana Koskarova as a Member


Arijana Koskarova, Founder of Creative Hub, a leading European tech school that is now expanding to the United States, has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council, the world’s leading growth and networking organization for successful entrepreneurs and leaders. A review committee vetted and chose Arijana Koskarova based on the scope and depth of her… Read More »

Forbes Names Michael Silver as a Best-In-State Wealth Advisor


Forbes recently published their rankings for 2021’s Best-In-State Wealth Advisors, highlighting more than 5,000 outstanding wealth advisors nationwide. Baron Silver Stevens, Chief Executive Officer, Financial Advisors, LLC, Michael J. Silver, CFP®, AEP®, CLU, were listed amongst those standout wealth advisors. Michael ranked 21st in South Florida, recognized with his years of experience, proficiency, and concentration… Read More »

IoT Ecosystems: Reasons to Join a Technology Alliance


In this advanced world, one of the most trending and new technology is IoT. It has the power to transform the business by its ability to analyze disparate data in real-time, which provides a series of opportunities for the developers and the visionaries; and is able to go beyond profit margins. Internet of Things is entirely based on providing… Read More »

Cognizant Awarded #19 Spot on Forbes 2020 List of “World’s Best Employers”


Cognizant, one of the world’s foremost professional services companies, has recently been ranked #19 on Forbes’ “World’s Best Employers” 2020 list. This coveted award is presented by Forbes and Statista Inc., a leading German company providing industry-best statistics and ranking. This awards list was released on October 15th, 2020, and can be viewed on the… Read More »

Xiaomi Accused of Recording, Sending Users Data Including Incognito Web Browsing


Xiaomi, one of the top-selling smartphone brands, including countries like India’s, has reportedly been accused of recording users’ interactions with its phones, increasing privacy concerns globally. The latest update suggests that Xiaomi is sending the data to servers in Singapore and Russia hosted by Alibaba, which have been rented by the Chinese phone giant. According… Read More »

Posted in News By TMB Editorial   Date May 4, 2020