Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, August 12th – August 16th, 2019. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Sound absorption for offices isn’t the whole story: for a fuller, better solution, consider these two elements of acoustical treatments.
IT industry data team diversity could use some work. Why? Not just because it would offer jobs to qualified people, but it makes the quality of work better.
Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Mehdi Daoudi of catchpoint about the rise of internet outages and the benefits of monitoring external services.
Did you know that humans have shown signs of prejudice towards the perceived race of robots? Yes, I think it is clear: robot racism should be addressed.
Your used Cisco hardware could become harder to use, now that the company has adopted Smart Licensing. But is this done intentionally?
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, August 19, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
Cerebras Wafer Scale Engine from Cerebras Systems is the “largest chip ever built,” and adds to the computing world new levels of computing density.’’
Singularity University: Virtual Reality Training Program and On-Demand Classes at 2019 Global Summit
On-demand classes and virtual reality training program from Singularity University makes future of learning and skills training accessible.
The AlwaysON microgrid solution by Bloom Energy is designed to provide a path to energy resiliency in the face of future outages at a predictable cost.