Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, February 25th-March 1st, 2019. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Data has indicated that the adoption of Passive Optical LAN (POL) is growing at a rapid pace in commercial environments in 2019.
Keep your organization’s digital signage and electronic display communication ahead of the curve by following these digital signage trends.
After France’s Supervisory Authority found that Google violated the EU’s GDPR, the CNIL fined the company millions. What does this mean for Google, GDPR, and data collection?
Project of the Week: Holmes Murphy Headquarters Advanced Meeting Automation Systems
When it comes to meetings, employees are becoming disillusioned. In this Barco webinar on March 27, learn the techniques and technology to perfect the 21-minute meeting.
Entering the age of 5G cautiously, the Trump administration wants to limit Chinese control over American wireless networks and beef up cybersecurity efforts.
Your organization may be vulnerable to cyber risks as a result of systems being installed on or adjacent to the network. Here are some considerations for assessing cyber risks.
As Sprint tries to develop legitimate 5G capabilities, they chastise AT&T for taking shortcuts, misleading consumers, and bastardizing the 5G name.