Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, May 27th – May31st, 2019. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
We explore gaps that your new O365 Governance Framework should address while acknowledging components covered by your existing governance hierarchy.
AV design solutions aren’t just for today, they’re for the foreseeable future. Make sure you’re giving yourself the best chance of success with these tips.
Antonio Garcia of cybersecurity service provider GRA Quantum explains how they utilize data loss and response platforms before recommending to customers.
Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with David Liu, CEO of Deltapath, about how technology is transforming to help organizations and employees – from baby boomers to millennials — work smarter while staying protected.
The company has been riddled with privacy scandals and has become largely unreputable yet remains widely used. Chris Hughes and politicians call for fragmentation and regulation.
New direct speech-to-speech translation tool, Google AI Translatotron, still in development but could soon change the way we communicate across languages.
The 3D printed construction of the homes produces zero waste and will provide high-tech, sustainable shelter for about 50 families in Latin America.
The Long-Term Stock Exchange aims to decrease short-term pressure and support businesses for the long haul.
L-com launches indoor and outdoor rated Cat6a lightning and surge protectors for Ethernet-connected equipment.
IT departments can outsource speech and biometric authentication through new service.
Equipped with advanced technology, NXT Robotics’ fifth generation UGV can add a level of outdoor security.
The Yamaha YAI-1 XL audio conferencing system is preconfigured with up to 16 microphones, digital signal processors, and more.