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New Cisco Conferencing Devices Designed To Heal Meeting Fatigue

New Cisco Conferencing Devices Designed To Heal Meeting Fatigue

Dimensional Research recently conducted a study of meeting fatigue related to video meetings. That research found that 81 percent of participants indicated experiencing physical ailment at the end of a day filled with video meetings. Webex by Cisco is releasing a new set of devices designed to meet the challenges of hybrid work environments. The post New Cisco Conferencing Devices Designed To Heal Meeting Fatigue appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

John Deere, Russian Thieves, and the Double-Edged Sword of Vendor Lock-In

John Deere, Russian Thieves, and the Double-Edged Sword of Vendor Lock-In

Let’s talk about kill switches, lock-in, and how vendors can fall down a rabbit hole of customer abuse and destroy themselves using a strategy like John Deere’s. We’ll close with the product of the week, a cool microphone from an HP subsidiary, HyperX. The post John Deere, Russian Thieves, and the Double-Edged Sword of Vendor Lock-In appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

Don’t Become a Fool in the IT Gold Rush

Don’t Become a Fool in the IT Gold Rush

To give back to computer science education in a small way, I'd like to share my observations about determining the quality of instructional resources. Hopefully, those of you treading a similar path will learn the easy way what I learned the hard way. The post Don’t Become a Fool in the IT Gold Rush appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

6 Critical Steps for Scaling Secure Universal Data Authorization

6 Critical Steps for Scaling Secure Universal Data Authorization

When designing or architecting a solution to ensure responsible data use, it is important to develop a universal data authorization framework that includes these six key capabilities. The post 6 Critical Steps for Scaling Secure Universal Data Authorization appeared first on TechNewsWorld.