Pentalog has recruited Sean Lally as Area Director: San Francisco Bay and West Coast- Tempemail

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Sean Lally, a true Silicon Valley warrior, as our sales leader for the San Francisco area, as well as the Western United States! Sean is one of the real specialists in Silicon Valley’s digital requirements: he knows them by heart, and finds Continue Reading

Warriors G League G Jeremy Lin experienced racism on court San Francisco People court racism Steve Kerr- Tempemail

Warriors G League guard Jeremy Lin shared on social media that he experienced an act of racism on the court Golden State coach Steve Kerr said he will support Lin and denounced any discriminatory act that caused Lin to speak out about racism targeting Asian Americans. In a heartfelt social Continue Reading

Salesforce shifts away from in-person work: ‘The 9-to-5 workday is dead’ | San Francisco

Salesforce has become the latest tech company in San Francisco to signal a transition away from in-person work, declaring the “9-to-5 workday is dead”. The city’s largest private employer announced on Tuesday it would permanently allow many employees to work from home, even after it becomes safe to return to Continue Reading

San Francisco office market in collapse as tech workers stay home | San Francisco

The pandemic has brought the commercial real estate market in San Francisco to a new low, with work-from-home policies and office closures slowing Silicon Valley-driven business expansion to numbers not seen in at least three decades. New office-leasing activity in 2020 dropped a staggering 71% compared with the year before, Continue Reading

‘Rich people leave, artists and queerdos return’: is San Francisco’s tech exodus real or a fantasy? | San Francisco

Through free massages, decompression capsules, and limitless nitro cold brew, San Francisco’s tech companies spent the last decade making their offices considerably comfier than the average cubicle farm. Beyond making the workday pleasant, they attracted workforces whose six-figure salaries altered the city’s demographics, spurring widespread displacement and years of head-scratching Continue Reading

Hackers take on San Francisco for the 4th Year in a Row- Tempemail

On February 21st, almost 70 hackers participated in Tempemail’s first Flagship Live Hacking Event of the year: h1-415 2020. This is Tempemail’s fourth year hosting a live hacking event during RSA week in our home city of San Francisco. Three of those years, we partnered with our long time live Continue Reading

Facebook, Google ask San Francisco staff to work from home as coronavirus spreads – Strategy – Cloud – Networking – Software- Tempemail

Social media giant Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google on Thursday recommended their San Francisco Bay area employees work from home to minimize the risk of spreading coronavirus. Facebook said it is “strongly recommending that all Bay area employees and contingent staff work from home starting Friday.” The decision is Continue Reading

Todayisnew Crosses $1M in Bounties at h1-415 in San Francisco- Tempemail

This past Friday at h1-415 — Tempemail’s first live hacking event of the year — todayisnew (known offline as Eric) became the eighth hacker to join the ranks of seven-figure-earning hackers. Ever wonder what that looks like? Hackers represent a global force for good, coming together to help address the growing security Continue Reading

Facebook cancels San Francisco summit on coronavirus fears – Networking – Security- Tempemail

Facebook Inc said on Friday it had cancelled its global marketing summit scheduled for next month in San Francisco due to coronavirus-related risks. “Out of an abundance of caution, we cancelled our global marketing summit due to evolving public health risks related to coronavirus,” a company spokesman said. The event, Continue Reading

San Francisco tweaks facial recognition ban that made it illegal for city employees to use iPhones

In brief: The San Francisco administration’s ban on the use of facial recognition has had the surprising side effect of making devices like newer iPhones illegal to use by municipal workers. Officials are now tweaking the law to allow their use while still maintaining a strict ban on using facial Continue Reading