Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, August 17th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Mike McMinn of MyHub Intranet Solutions explains the importance of a internal communications strategy, and goes on to talk about how involving staff and identifying metrics can go a long way toward developing your internal communications.
When it’s time to implement a new technology project, the first step isn’t the budget but the project cost estimate. There’s a distinct difference between the two that you’ll learn about in this article. We’ve also got a related whitepaper that explains how to go about creating a project cost estimate.
Most companies have made the switch to a public cloud infrastructure at this point, but depending on the industry you might want to keep some of your data in-house. Learn how to find the balance between the two with a hybrid cloud system.
Joseph Zulick of MRO Electric and Supply rounds up six of the most important things to keep an eye on in the Internet of Things market for 2018. Edge computing, blockchain, commercialization, and managed services are topics of discussion.
Find out how this restaurant utilized control & automation throughout five levels, three stages, and two kitchens.
Entrepreneur put out a guide to implementing AI for SMBs and we pulled the most important info for a quick glance.
An Op-Ed from Jonathan Blackwood discusses how remote workers and technology have affected vacations days and PTO.
Tesla is at it again, this time vowing to get Samoa completely sustainable. Assuming the SEC doesn’t shut them down for recent tweets from Musk.
More AI talk as we discuss what these types of programs can do for the sales cycle.
This week in “Who Got Hacked” we see Instagram, ATMs, WhatsApp, and more.