Stephen Foskett and Rich Stroffolino discuss why the German state of Hesse says Office365 is illegal for schools, the FTC dropping a $5 billion fine on Facebook, Oracle’s complaint over the JEDI contract being dismissed, and more.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino are talking about the IT news of the week, including Zoom’s nasty security vulnerability, Cisco buying Acacia, the UK vs Mozilla, and why 7-11 isn’t known for making apps.
The traditional office is dying. Since the rise of telecommuting in the 90s, less and less people need to be in the office. With open offices killing productivity, in the near term, we’re going to see the traditional office become extinct. The roundtable debates how true this is, and what makes it worth it for a lot of organizations to still keep the office lights on.
Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss the recent Cloudflare outage, how big the overall SaaS market is, if Huawei and the US are patching things up, and why Broadcom wants to buy Symantec.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss what Extreme Networks is getting by buying Aerohive, what the latest marketshare numbers spell for Nutanix in the HCI market, why Micron beat on its earnings expectations, and more!
Value-added resellers (VARs) are often characterized as useless, adding a needless cost for something that should be sold direct to customers. In this On-Premise IT Roundtable, the panel discusses where the value actually gets added and what benefits VARs can still provide. It was an interesting discussion with a lot of different perspectives.
The Raspberry Pi SoCs have always been fascinating devices at a rock bottom price point. For all their potential, one thing has always held them back, IO. With the newly announced Raspberry Pi 4, the Raspberry Pi Foundation finally addresses that issue in a major way.
Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss all the announcements from HPE Discover, Nvidia bringing CUDA to ARM, Huawei slashing revenue, and the League of Entropy.
This week, Ken Nalbone and Stephen Foskett discuss some acquisitions: Salesforce acquiring Tableau and Have I Been Pwned up for sale. Then we turn again to China, and who Western Digital’s blockade of Huawei will hurt more. Finally, it’s Dropbox, and whether their enterprise pivot is going to work.
On this episode, the roundtable discusses if IoT is making us less secure overall. They get into a discussion of what kind of attack surfaces IoT presents, whether these device impact privacy more than security, and why current IoT is based on a “no support” model.