- Oct 28, 2020
30 Lines of Code Destroys $300,000
There is a great article on the Wired site that talks about how vulnerable our infrastructure can be. The article, which is an excerpt...
- Oct 27, 2020
Zoom (finally) Rolls Out End to End Encryption
Zoom has started rolling out end to end encryption for its users. After initially saying that they would only offer it for paying...
- Oct 19, 2020
I Don’t Often Need an 18TB Encrypted Hard Drive, but When I Do…
I’ve used Apricorn drives for years and they have been the perfect solution for keeping things simple. The other side has no excuse for...
- Oct 16, 2020
Microsoft Plans Web Page Capture Feature for Edge
This would be great if it works. Right now you can try it in the Canary build of the browser, but it doesn’t feel full-featured yet–more...
- Oct 15, 2020
Zoom takes on Teams at Zootopia
One of the most interesting announcements made by Zoom at their annual Zootopia was introducing what they are calling Zapps. Zapps are a...
- Oct 14, 2020
News from Zoomtopia
Zoomtopia, Zoom’s annual user conference, began online today and the keynote had a whole host of announcements about new features,...
- Oct 13, 2020
Would You Have a Chip Implanted to Give Your Employer A "Labor Market Advantage?"
And here I thought it was just a free “flu shot”!
- Oct 10, 2020
At $300 This 55" TV Would Make a Great Second Monitor
Here’s a link to some great TV early Prime Day deals.
- Oct 2, 2020
Run Xen on the Raspberry Pi–Why?
Now you can run a Xen hypervisor on your Raspberry Pi and put it in your teeny-weeney dollhouse data center. Article here.
- Oct 2, 2020
Is There a Future for Desk Phones?
Here’s a good article on the future of telephones in the office and the coming ubiquity of softphones. My only questions is whether there...