As organizations pursue options for reuse of hardware rather than destruction, NAID’s announcement of the addition of solid state erasure to their certification is good news.
These standards would clarify how each piece of hardware stacks up quality-wise regardless of what ITAD vendor you use.
Awareness of trends in development and operations teams are helpful to understanding how to work with these consumers of proprietary and open source software.
Longer term plans to ban import of electronics waste is announced by the Thai government.
The co-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee has put together a list of 20 proposals items for regulating social media.
Starting on 1/1/20, this law, similar to GDPR will give users more control over their personal data. If you comply with GDPR then you’re all set.
Is database flexibility (from lock-in, feature limitations or commercial DBs in general) a goal for your organization?
What are the best methods for communicating in the work place?
Searching for an update on blockchain implementations led to this look at GDPR and blockchain.
In addition to reading the documentation from Microsoft regarding upcoming naming and pricing changes, here is an outsider’s view on what is going on with Windows 10 Enterprise.