Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, July 6-10, 2020. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Should I Stay or Should I Go? A Cloud Migration Approach
Understanding the product that will overhaul your cloud migration approach before you buy provides the confidence you need to make the decision less cloudy.
5 Tips for Buying Commercial Security Systems
These commercial security system buying tips help shape purchasing conversations before sending out RFPs, keeping stakeholders informed.
How Meeting Notes Software Can Make Remote Work Easier
How meeting note software like Hugo solves the problem of fragmented note-taking among different parts of an organization.
Cyberseucirty Firm Discloses Zero-Day Vulnerability in Zoom
Zoom is working on a patch for a zero-day vulnerability disclosed by a security firm just days after the conclusion of a 90-day non-security feature freeze.
Microsoft Teams’ New Features Address Meeting Fatigue, Productivity
New Microsoft Teams features utilize artificial intelligence, video filters, live reactions. Plus, they’re designe to reduce WFH fatigue, company says.
Report: Cybercriminals Targeting the Cloud
As more organizations migrate to the cloud, cybercriminals and bad actors are following that trend and are targeting the cloud more frequently.
Crestron Next Virtual Event Planned for September
The Crestron Next virtual event will be held on Septmeber 15th and 16th this fall, and will showcase the future of the workplace, education, and home.
HidraLink’s Video Wall Software Helps Prevent Spread of COVID-19, Company Says
Hiperwall HidraLink video wall software supports up to four 4K displays and is geared toward screening high-traffic areas and distancing guidelines.
Zoom Hardware-as-a-Service Makes Zoom Rooms More Affordable
Zoom Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) gives Zoom Rooms customers the ability to deploy Zoom Rooms hardware with a variety of subscription options.