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Radware, Interview with Roy Zisapel, CEO

Radware, Interview with Roy Zisapel, CEO

Finance
Watch the CEO Signature Series interview with Roy Zisapel, CEO of Radware Ltd. (RDWR).Roy Zisapel, CEOBiography:Radware co-founder Mr. Zisapel has served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Director since the company's inception in April 1997. An innovator in the networking technology industry, Mr. Zisapel provides focused vision and direction to Radware as it leads the market in integrated application delivery solutions for business-smart networking.Before founding Radware, Mr. Zisapel directed research and development projects for RND Networks Ltd., pioneering the company's award-winning IP load balancing product line. Prior to this, Mr. Zisapel led algorithmic research for Madge Networks' LAN ATM switch. Subsequent to Lucent's 1998 acquisition of Madge Networks, the...
Stephen Hawking's final interview: A beautiful Universe

Stephen Hawking's final interview: A beautiful Universe

Science
Last October I invited Prof Stephen Hawking to comment on the detection of gravitational waves from the collision of two neutron stars. It turned out to be his final broadcast interview.The collision was a really big story for many reasons, not least because within minutes of the detection the world's telescopes were trained on what was an incredible cosmic event.This meant that as well as detecting the ripples in space-time from the merger, astronomers could see also for the first time what happens when two incredibly massive objects come together in a process that may be the only way of creating gold and platinum in the Universe.It was definitely one for Prof Hawking to explain. Einstein's waves detected in star smashGravitational waves: A new 'tape measure'In recent years, he made comme...
Trump-Russia inquiry: President 'looking forward' to interview

Trump-Russia inquiry: President 'looking forward' to interview

World
Media playback is unsupported on your devicePresident Donald Trump has for the first time said he is prepared to be questioned under oath as part of an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US election.He said he was "looking forward" to it, subject to the advice of his lawyers.Investigators are assessing if the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the election in his favour - a claim denied by Mr Trump and Russia. Investigators will also determine if Mr Trump obstructed the inquiry.The US intelligence community has already concluded that Moscow tried to sway the presidential election in favour of Mr Trump.The president had previously said he thought an interview was "unlikely" because there had been no collusion.He has called the Russia investigation a "witch...
How to nail your next job interview, via text

How to nail your next job interview, via text

Finance
Five steps to ace that job interviewThe next time a recruiter contacts you, don't be surprised if it's by text. Companies are increasingly using personal texts or text-based platforms to open a dialogue and speed up their interview process, in place of early-stage "phoners" or screening calls. By pushing the chat-based systems that function like Slack or Google Apps (eco-systems where so many employees happily co-exist in-house) to the outside of employment, recruiters can get through 10 times as many applicants a day, according to Canvas, a text-based interviewing system. "It is a level of engagement and an efficiency that you can't do with email and phone," says Ann Hightower, director of internal operations at Tx:Team, a physical, occupational and speech therapy company based in India...