Show Notes January 3 – 9, 2021

Tech Talk Show Notes January 3-9, 2021 DDoS Attacks Spiked, Became More Complex in 2020 The large-scale shift to remote work and the increased reliance on online services as the result of the global pandemic this year gave threat actors new opportunities to use...
Amazon’s Own Products designed by Data from Third-Party Sellers

Amazon’s Own Products designed by Data from Third-Party Sellers

Amazon’s Own Products designed by Data from Third-Party Sellers Is Amazon playing fair with its third-party resellers? Or have they been using them to gather statistics and ideas to create popular products of their own? Amazon is a retail behemoth, but did they get...
Pandemic Customers Buy but Amazon Can’t Deliver

Pandemic Customers Buy but Amazon Can’t Deliver

Pandemic Customers Buy but Amazon Can’t Deliver With our shopping abilities deeply curtailed by this forced government self-isolation to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have turned to those who can supply our needs through online shopping.  Turns out that for many...
Shadow-IT: Employees putting Business at Risk

Shadow-IT: Employees putting Business at Risk

Shadow-IT: Employees putting Business at Risk There are robust computers in every employee’s possession.  And they carry them everywhere. Yes, I am talking about their cellphones.  On these devices, they can download 1000’s of apps. These apps allow them to create...
Big Tech Stomps All Over Small Businesses

Big Tech Stomps All Over Small Businesses

Big Tech Stomps All Over Small Businesses Are small tech companies being squeezed by tech giants?  You bet and it has happened numerous times. Sometimes they announce a big product or service, never planning to ever bring it to market.  They drive excitement for their...