Covid-19 Tracking Tech, Capabilities, Faults and Future Uses

Camera systems have been widely used for security and production line monitoring for quite some time, but now surveillance is being used to minimize infections and safeguard the workplace. But best-in-class Covid-19 tracking systems I’ve researched aren’t just beneficial for…

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Making Phone Calls In Teams

UPDATE: Edits to the original article were made due to Microsoft’s announcement of its intent to acquire Metaswitch Networks. Microsoft has rebranded previous communications and collaboration platforms to Teams, and executives are already pushing their IT groups to figure out…

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How can 150 Million in DARPA research improve your security posture?

As our team was researching the DOD’s big 700 Million RFP for their 20 Combat centers, we learned the requirement that all security vendors selected must send their logs to a specific artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) driven NextGen SIEM. Intrigued,…

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Our Work From Home IT Transition Plan & No-Cost Support

With Covid-19 concerns, employer’s work from home directives pose a major challenge for CIOs and CTOs from a technological standpoint. Do not panic. In addition to activating a 24/7 chat system at the bottom of the page that goes directly…

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Does T-Mobile 5G Deliver Real 5G Speeds?

The end of 2019 saw multiple announcements around 5G deployment from all of the major wireless carriers, most recently with Verizon’s 5G Superbowl Camera, but the nationwide rollout of T-Mobile 5G is the most impressive, at least on the surface….

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Cybersecurity’s Focus On Prevention Is A Vulnerability

Can hacking be stopped? As the conventional cybersecurity industry focuses on prevention, their profits reach into the billions and hacker profits exceed the illegal drug trade. CIO and CTO leaders are conditioned to accept they will be hacked, shelling out…

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The Story Behind Verizon’s 5G Super Bowl Camera (and What’s Next)

On display at Super Bowl LIV in Miami this past weekend, you probably noticed Verizon’s 5G camera. You also probably asked who cares about a 5G Super Bowl camera and if it means for future tech and IoT devices. Although…

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What is the true real-world benefit of 5G?

As 5G towers appear on your street corner, many CIOs and CTOs are struggling to answer: what is the benefit of 5G? Outside of the lackluster 4G rollout, one reason for the struggle is because many carriers aren’t even sure…

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The Future of Networking Will Be Led By CIO / CTO Artists.

Following my interview on Bloomberg, I received the usual “atta-boy” emails from contacts, but also received inquiries centering on the future of networking, how operations will change, and how an operator’s daily role will change. As I look at our…

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Tech Silos Hurt Service

Winning customer experience is how you make yourself disruption-proof, but staff training isn’t good enough as large entities use tech to scale. Your best intentions go out the window when your siloed tech kills customer service. If you change your…

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