Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, September 10th-14th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
We discuss the pros and cons of the two types of IT providers – those that charge a monthly rate, and those that charge only when something breaks.
The digital arms race has been going on since the beginning of the internet, with hackers and cybersecurity experts constantly evolving to combat one another.
In his second appearance on the program, Dr. Robert Marshall talks budget for technology projects, project cost estimates, gaining approval, and more.
It’s an often overlooked technology, but conference room scheduling and management tech can save headaches and improve efficiency.
Netrix installed AV systems in 110 conference rooms at a top global corporate real estate firm, complete with managed services contracts.
The Santa Clara Fire Department lost valuable response time due to the slowing of their data services.
Europe has officially banned halogen light bulbs in favor of LEDs, as of September 1st, 2018.
The newly designed user experience on the LearningMedia website from PBS will help teachers get resources for interactive lessons in the classroom more easily.
LG has created a wearable exoskeleton for the legs of employees that perform manual labor, called the LG CLOi SuitBot.