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1. Apple Glasses: What we expect, what we think we know
First came VR. Then came a wave of AR headsets that were high-priced and full of promises of wild mixed reality worlds. Apple now seems to be readying its own pair of smart glasses, at long last, seven years after Google Glass and four years after the debut of Oculus Rift. These reports have extended back for several years, including a story broken by CNET's Shara Tibken in 2018.
Origional Story Date :5/22/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Virtual Reality
2. IBM adds AI-fueled forecasting to Planning Analytics platform
IBM added a new layer to its Planning Analytics portfolio Wednesday with the release of Planning Analytics On Demand. The new offering is intended for SMBs and enterprises seeking to migrate individual departments from manual budgeting and forecasting processes to an automated, AI-powered process.
Origional Story Date :5/20/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Software | Operating Systems | IBM
3. 7 Tips for Onboarding Remote Employees
Remote employees are more productive and less costly, and these benefits are vital to organizations in a stressed economy. As your company recognizes the efficiency that a remote workforce offers, it’s likely that you’ll hire and onboard some of your new people at a distance. When you create a strong onboarding process, it sets the tone for the employee’s entire experience with your company.
Origional Story Date :5/26/2020
News | Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Inbound | Onboarding
4. Zoom outage affects many users in US, UK
Zoom is experiencing performance issues for users in the US and UK. Sarah Tew/CNET Some Zoom users early Sunday reported performance issues with the videoconferencing app that prevented them from joining or hosting conferences, while others complained of not being able to see or hear other participants.
Origional Story Date :5/17/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Hardware | Telecom | Video Conferencing
5. IT Outsourcing is back - And IT's more critical than ever
By the time IT outsourcing was declared dead a decade ago, the term had become almost a dirty word in IT circles. The practice briefly flourished in the 1980s and 1990s as organizations sought to cut their computing costs by shifting large swaths of their infrastructure and personnel costs to firms that ran everything for them more cheaply.
Origional Story Date :5/4/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Services | Outsourcing
6. 8 Reasons to Outsource PHP Development
Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo, Flickr, MailChimp, WordPress, iStock, Tumblr, Spotify, Slack, Etsy, Wikipedia…the list goes on. These are just some of the major companies that use or have used PHP. Many were even built with the programming language.
Origional Story Date :5/17/2020
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Software | Software Development | PHP
7. Zoom outage affects many users in US, UK
Zoom is experiencing performance issues for users in the US and UK. Sarah Tew/CNET Some Zoom users early Sunday reported performance issues with the videoconferencing app that prevented them from joining or hosting conferences, while others complained of not being able to see or hear other participants.
Origional Story Date :5/17/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Hardware | Telecom | Video Conferencing
8. Apple Glasses: What we expect, what we think we know
First came VR. Then came a wave of AR headsets that were high-priced and full of promises of wild mixed reality worlds. Apple now seems to be readying its own pair of smart glasses, at long last, seven years after Google Glass and four years after the debut of Oculus Rift. These reports have extended back for several years, including a story broken by CNET's Shara Tibken in 2018.
Origional Story Date :5/22/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Virtual Reality
9. IT Outsourcing is back - And IT's more critical than ever
By the time IT outsourcing was declared dead a decade ago, the term had become almost a dirty word in IT circles. The practice briefly flourished in the 1980s and 1990s as organizations sought to cut their computing costs by shifting large swaths of their infrastructure and personnel costs to firms that ran everything for them more cheaply.
Origional Story Date :5/4/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Services | Outsourcing
10. ICANN rejects sale of .org registry business to private investment firm
ICANN, the organization in charge of basic internet name and addressing technology, announced Thursday it won't approve of the sale and transfer to a private investment firm of the business that sells the rights to use the .org internet domain.
Origional Story Date :5/1/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Online | Internet