Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, August 24th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
This week TechDecisions, along with sister sites CI, SSI, and CE Pro, were acquired by Emerald Expositions. Editor-in-Chief Tom LeBlanc discusses what the new ownership means for our publications and our readers.
In this installment of Tech Discussions, My TechDecisions Managing Editor Jonathan Blackwood sits down with Wayne Newton of Linksys. The discussion focuses on cloud networking needs for SMBs, but also touches on cybersecurity, Wi-Fi, and the history of Linksys as a consumer brand alongside plans for Linksys in the commercial market.
Christopher Barber from Cheaper Than A Geek explains the definitions of terms that your IT provider will use when working with one.
Anthony Ferraro of Synergy Media Group gives a comprehensive explanation to why ceiling microphones have become prevalent in corporate spaces – and argues against their use.
Learn how the University of Delaware Office for International Students and Scholars used an information management software to better connect international students to the school.
Everyone’s favorite FCC chairman blames Obama administration for false reports of DDoS attack on FCC during feedback stage of net neutrality research.
Hundreds of families are facing home foreclosure due to a glitch in Wells Fargo’s computer system in which their software incorrectly denied mortgage modifications.
The FCC did something right this time – approving new “One Touch Make Ready” rules that will allow ISPs to get access to utility poles. This will lead the way for services like Google Fiber.
This week Apple servers were hacked by a high school student, specialists detect Russian hacks in anticipation of US elections, a new Google Chrome vulnerability, and more.