Tech Talk Show Notes February 27, 2021

Tech Talk Show Notes February 27, 2021

Read. Learn. Share Tech Talk Show Notes February 27, 2021 This Basic Math Shows How Wind Energy Failures Contributed To Texas’s Deadly Power Loss Why did Texas lose power? Math — apolitical, non-ideological, and sometimes cruel math. During such an extreme cold for...
Tech Talk Show Notes February 27, 2021

Tech Talk Show Notes February 6, 2021

Read. Learn. Share TECH TALK SHOW NOTES February 6, 2021 Drone Swarms Are Getting Too Fast For Humans To Fight, U.S. General Warns General John Murray, head of Army Futures Command, told a webinar audience at the Center for Strategic & International Studies that...
Tech Talk Show Notes February 27, 2021

Tech Talk Show Notes January 24 – 30, 2021

Read. Learn. Share TECH TALK SHOW NOTES January 30, 2021 Cloud Jacking: The Bold New World of Enterprise Cybersecurity Those with their finger on the pulse of emerging cybersecurity threats are already aware that there’s a new danger in town: cloud jacking. The...

Collaboration Platforms Using AI to Help Remote Workers

Collaboration Platforms Using AI to Help Remote Workers With hundreds of thousands to millions of employees working from home during this pandemic, businesses are seeking ways to collaborate more manageable and with better efficiency. There are several platforms, some...
Thank you Coronavirus – Governments Are Watching Us

Thank you Coronavirus – Governments Are Watching Us

Thank you Coronavirus – Governments Are Watching Us Quarntines are meant to help control those who are capable of infection from interacting with the general populace.  It is not meant to curtail all economic activity of the society. With this pandemic,...
Contact Tracing = Limited Privacy

Contact Tracing = Limited Privacy

Contract Tracing = Limited Privacy Inital projected models for the spread of this novel virus were designed specifically to ramp up fear. Big Tech and Governments are working on ways to try to control the spread of a pandemic that frankly is really not much worse than...