Oct 7th 2016
This Week in Enterprise Tech 210
Eight Degrees of Enterprise Security Disasters
Microsoft has added a new support policy that may be indefinite but reserves the right for Microsoft to drop the product at any time. The FCC has issued out what it would like for broadband privacy. If the rules pass users will have to opt-in for ISPs to share their user data. Verizon is firing anyone that repairs copper phone lines, and Georgia Tech is now the cheapest place to get a masters degree.
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- New Microsoft Support Scheme Scraps Decade Pledge
- FCC Proposes Broadband Privacy Rules Despite Opposition from ISPs
- Future Proofing the Connected World
- Salesforce Debuts Chatbot Building Tools
- Senators Ask FCC to Investigate Stingray Surveillance Tech
- Verizon Workers Can Now be Fired if They Fix Copper Phone Lines
- An Online Education Breakthrough? A Master’s Degree for a Mere $7,000