Technologies still emerging today will be mainstream elements of the IT landscape before you know it, warned CompTIA exec Todd Thibodeaux (pictured) and others at the industry association’s 2019 ChannelCon event this week.
Buckle up for the intensified onslaught of conferences filled with new IoT products. The fall is packed with new products released at shows up until the middle of November when the holidays take over. But all that pent-up product marketing demand explodes in January at the CES.
Most of the innovation in IoT is focused on digital technology. From power servers running software in the cloud, to increasingly more intelligent devices operating ever closer to the edge in our factories, homes and personal devices.
Welcome to the official start of the Fantasy Football League season. And, oh yes, the National Football League played games on Sunday that really count for a change. For division standings? How limited a view.
When you start counting the days until a work-free Monday for Labor Day, it feels like fall. But we’re getting mixed signals from the weather. In Texas, today may be the hottest day of the summer, busting the 100-degree mark by a handful in many places.
Lots of grown-up glum faces as football fans have a second week of preseason games to help lower their expectations. Smaller faces slump glum for another reason: schools all over the country are now in session or counting down the days.
Now that all the NFL teams have played a preseason game, there are two fan camps. One, those of the winning teams, feel good about the season. The other, fans of losing teams, say their guys didn’t play their starters and are hiding high-powered offenses during the preseason.