Microsoft Azure is entering its heavy metal phase.
Hashtag Trending – Apps snooping on clipboard data; Zuckerberg losing billions; Amazon warehouse workers strike
It turns out dozens of apps are still snooping around your clipboard data, Mark Zuckerberg is a little bit poorer now, and Amazon warehouse workers in Germany are planning to strike today.
While the event team quickly pivoted to streaming on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube for the rest of the week, day one was not a happy time for SAP or for viewers.
CompTIA’s seventh annual virtual conference Aug. 4-6 will feature a meaty educational program and industry experts chiming in on the impact the pandemic has had on the channel, and where the market is headed for the rest of the year and beyond.
Amazon buys the naming rights to Seattle’s KeyArena and changes the name to Climate Pledge Arena, Olympus quits the camera business after 84 years, and Collision from Home wraps up.
Microsoft removes Windows 10 update deferrals, but not really.
Distributor Ingram Micro has picked up a new partner in Toronto-based cloud accounting and invoicing company Freshbooks this week.
Hashtag Trending – Collision From Home continues, U.S. work visas put to a halt, Facebook boycotts continue
Collision From Home continues, the U.S. says it will suspend foreign work visas until the end of the year, and Facebook boycotts continue.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is following through on its promise to enhance its cloud platform GreenLake into a full-scale cloud services market, and much more
Collision from home 2020, Andrew Yang says big tech should pay for user data, and Ontario’s new math curriculum will feature code and data.
This week’s Reddit roundup features some laughs, as well as some insight into recent phishing attacks that use Black Lives Matter material to trick users. Oh, and pre-billing.
A Canadian maker of behaviour-based multi-factor authentication is updating its solution to make it more broadly available with enterprise systems.
We’ve dedicated today’s Hashtag Trending episode to summarize all the big announcements from Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference. Strap in, listeners, because there’s a ton to talk about.
While Veeam’s annual flagship conference VeeamON wasn’t in Las Vegas, it still drew more than 20,000 registrants and a bevy of announcements.
Thousands of teens rally together on TikTok to throw a wrench into Donald Trump’s rally plans in Tulsa, Adobe wants you to uninstall Flash soon, and NBA Players are being asked to wear a smart ring when they start play again next month.