Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, December 3rd – December 6th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
2018 was a year marked by major acquisitions of cloud management organizations, bolstering the idea that cloud is only going to continue to grow. Let’s break it down.
Host Jonathan Blackwood interviews two Sony representatives about the company’s recently announced Future Learning Collaborative.
Dimension Data recently released its Tech Trends 2019 report, and we spoke to the company to understand more about some key trends to expect in the new year.
All cloud providers have some type of a compute product offering which lets the user bid for the resource they need to complete or for more tasks. Amazon web services has led the way, offering a low cost EC2 usage option called Spot Instance. The model is unusual in the sense that tests the true limits of fault tolerance and unexpected interruptions in a software.
As the coal industry experiences a steep decline, renewable options like wind and solar prove not only to be a cleaner way of powering countries like the US, but also a cheaper one.
CenturyLink brings network and cloud connectivity to one of the world’s largest tech events.
Smart cities are quickly becoming a reality, with many cities around the globe introducing internet of things (IoT) devices into everyday operations in order to improve their communities. Check out some of the top smart cities in this infographic.
The military is working to keep its equipment and networks safe from hackers, including its F-35 aircraft.