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Below is our first episode from season 2 – enjoy.
Welcome to “Weekly Tech Roundup” for February 26, 2018.
This week we’re going to talk about:
- The US claims Russia hacked the Olympics and tried to blame North Korea
- A recent security study from NetSkope says many Cloud applications aren’t Enterprise-Ready
- Web sites are being hijacked and used to mine crypto-currency
- SpaceX launched it’s microsattelites to start up a space-based broadband network
- AT&T announces testing in select markets for 5G service
- Fun One: Nokia is brining back the banana phone from “the matrix”.
Us says Russia hacked Olympics and tried to pin it on North Korea
A significant number of Cloud applications aren’t Enterprise-Ready
Web sites hijacked to mine crypto currency
SpaceX launched microsattelites for broadband
AT&T offers roadmap for US 5G service
Fun one: Nokia brings back the bannana phone from the Matrix
Welcome to “Weekly Tech Roundup” for January 8, 2018.
This week’s stories include:
- The Meltdown and Spectre Processor Bugs and their impact on you.
- Apple Throttles Performance on its iPhones / how to check if you’re effected
- Microsoft upgrades and enhances its Azure 0-network
- NVidia updates its End User Agreement to restrict usage cases.
- Fun One: Fun clauses in End User License Agreements
Meltdown and Spectre Processor Bugs
Apple throttles performance
Azure Upgrades Network
Nvidia processor eula changed to prohibit use of consumer processors in data centers.
Fun One: Fun clauses in End User License Agreements
Deep Dive – Supporting Materials
Meltdown and Spectre