Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, August 31th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Finn Faldi of TeamViewer Americas writes about how augmented reality tech can make its way into the boardroom.
We discuss the potential benefits of having employees step away from technology periodically in order to make them more productive.
Three tips you can implement today that will help to boost your cybersecurity portfolio and keep your network safe.
Some tips for creating the right environment with the right technology in order to get the best sound for your guest presenters in large spaces.
Siemens Rail Automation created an end-to-end, IP-based simulation system for training rail operators on various scenarios.
A rural Virginia county school board is the first in Virginia to approve arming teachers for school safety measures.
AI can collect data at an incredible speed, but should we let it?
An experiment set up at the Las Vegas convention Def Con shined some light on the vulnerability of government websites, thanks to grade schoolers.
Stories include malware in the Fortnite Android app, T-Mobile hacked to reveal customer data, and millions of Texas voter records exposed online