Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, June 3rd-June 7th, 2019. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Odds are, you’re working on an even tighter-than-usual budget, so leverage limited resources like Essentials as a Service (EaaS) to stay competitive.
There are many common threats to public cloud migration, like performance issues, service outages, missed security threats & more. Here’s how to avoid them.
All work and no play makes employees dull, so consider giving them something to relax when taking a break. Here are the best office video games & consoles.
Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Michael Skurla, Director of Product Strategy for BitBox USA, about Internet of Things platforms.
Are Silicon Computer Chips a Thing of the Past? Maybe, if Molybdenum Disulfide Transistors Take Over
Will molybdenum disulfide transistors surpass silicon as the preferred material to form computer chips? Researchers reveal its properties.
An increase in competition between companies launching satellites into space for internet access might mean a decrease in monthly internet costs, and better quality broadband.
The tech giant is deploying machines that can box a larger amount of customers’ orders faster than human workers can.
Glass battery developed by respected research lab is supposedly capable of storing more energy over time, despite theoretical claims to the contrary.
Many organizations need to extract data or text from contracts, expense reports, tax documents and more — but the catch is that they have to hire someone to do it. But Amazon Textract could eliminate the need for manual data extraction.
Digital content can be laid over actual objects using new Planar 55-inch, frameless, OLED display.
Wireless charging pad, ample USB and AC outlets, and storage for markers and microphones other features of the lectern.
New Precision mobile workstations, Precision 3000 towers, and Precision 1U rack are designed for graphics- and data-heavy applications.