This week, June 22- 26, 2020: temperature scanning platforms, contactless technology, evaluating employees, sound masking, and more.
Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, June 22-26, 2020. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
If you’re new to a management role in your IT department, eventually the time will come to evaluate those on your team. Here are some tips for how to properly set goals and measure them.
Skin temperature scanning platforms and other coronavirus-related tech products have cropped up left and right lately. Let’s look at how to tell them apart.
Unified communications can help your organization communicate and collaborate real time in a secure cloud-based environment.
We talked to David Smith of Lencore about the value of sound masking solutions, and how Lencore will thrive under its new ownership.
Immersive technology will help make our adjustment to post-lockdown life safe, immersive and worth going to the office for the first time in months.
Microsoft is warning users of increasing attacks on Exchange servers after picking up on a trend of advanced server compromise attacks in April.
Nureva says the HDL 200’s 4,096 virtual microphones provide full-room coverage to accommodate physical distancing requirements.
Salesforce has launched Einstein Recommendations for Trailhead, bringing artificial intelligence-powered learning to the company’s online learning platform.
Google Meet is the latest G Suite app to get a new shortcut feature that allows users to immediately start a call on the web.