Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, May 13th – May 17th, 2019. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Most organizations have critical infrastructure environment that must run 24/7. Make sure you understand these best practices before building/upgrading.
You can’t control what you can’t see. That’s why Test Access Points (TAPs) play such a crucial role in network monitoring.
Mobile devices, applications, interactive projectors, digital whiteboards, and more: interactive technology is taking over the classroom, so make sure you’re utilizing it correctly.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, May 17, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
A team of researchers at Harvard have made new discoveries over the past few years regarding lasers and their ability to work as radio frequency signals.
Though it was supposed to take another 15 years for programmers to develop the technology that would solve the problem, a Belgian programmer is ahead of the curve.
The San Francisco District Attorney enlisted Code For America to eliminate barriers that were limiting the office’s ability to pardon people with possession charges before marijuana was legalized in California.