From the CIO
Thanks to the influence of Google and Facebook, open office environments have become the new norm in the tech world. But do they help or hinder productivity? Multiple studies suggest that Google and Facebook may have led us astray.
The Wall Street Journal takes a closer look at the Delta power outage that cancelled 451 flights and asks if today’s carriers are too reliant on systems dating back to the 1990s.
Millennials are the most stressed out demographic in the workforce. The cure, according to CIO.com: Flexible schedules and working remotely.
In today’s BYOD environment, amassing an enormous collection of expensive cables and adapters (HDMI, VGA, HDMI to VGA, DVI to HDMI, Thunderbolt, Thunderbolt to HDMI, Lightning to HDMI, etc) is the only viable alternative to having a wireless conference room. It’s not much of an alternative, writes David Humphreys.
Patrick Gray of TechRepublic goes over six cybersecurity and emergency situations every IT department needs to prepare for.
Apple has patented its first vehicle, and it’s probably not what you were expecting. Brace yourself for the iTank.