Short week for those who celebrate Thanksgiving (with a small group, we hope) but the world spins on. Take a deep breath and get ready to sprint through the last few weeks until we finally escape 2020. But there’s no escaping newsbits, like the ones waiting below.
The following is an excerpt of an interview with one of the tech supply chain’s most highly respected thought leaders Tom Linton. Tom is an author, keynote speaker, corporate advisor and 40-year supply chain management executive.
In a year of nothing but curveballs, we may actually get some official ones soon. Last week we were hopeful but this week we’re confident. Major League Baseball’s long-delayed opening is set for July 23rd and 24th. First things first: have you picked your fantasy team?
Speaking with ChannelPro at its first-ever partner conference, the vendor described plans that include better classifying Internet of Things hardware, importing and analyzing event logs, and building the ultimate network troubleshooting platform.
This is a good week to “shelter in place” for two reasons. First, weather patterns seem to have mistaken the middle and eastern parts of the U.S. for Siberia. Second, Super Bowl LIII (53 in modern numbers) hype has started on all media platforms.
Winter is not yet here (December 21) but snow is. While “snow” and “southeast” may be alliterative, it’s unseasonal, especially when two feet of white stuff fall in various parts of the Carolinas (North and South).
Counting down the days until you get some time off for Thanksgiving? Those of us in the U.S. are certainly yearning for a break. Even if that means you have to be nice to people you didn’t choose to hang with, as in family.
Have you rigged up dancing witches and staggering zombies to scare trick or treaters with IoT motion detectors for Halloween yet? How about a candy-cam over the bowl to catch your spouse dipping into the stash? No? Just wait a year or two, and these things will be on the market.