On This Week in Enterprise Tech, Lou, Curt, and Brian dive into how remote console devices are empowering IT pros, the future of digital trust and content authenticity, and the evolving landscape of endpoint management security.
- Jeff Marraccini from Altair explains how air console devices allow him to remotely access noisy server racks to diagnose issues, avoiding dangerous sound levels. This saves time and prevents disruptions.
- This week's news blips:
- Comcast announces DOCSIS 4.0 in select U.S. cities.
- Security pros warn that EU's vulnerability disclosuer rule is risky.
- Edge AI-enabled drones delivering first response for public safety.
- On this week's discussion byte, hosts debate whether Adobe's new content credential system can combat misinformation and assure authenticity. They conclude it helps provide traceability but has limitations as a voluntary system.
- Zach Wasserman from Fleet discusses how organizations can gain visibility into employee devices to strengthen endpoint security, especially with remote work.
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- Comcast starts delivering up to 2Gbps upload and download speeds in some regions
- Security Pros Warn That EU's Vulnerability Disclosure Rule Is Risky
- Edge AI-enabled Drones Delivering First Response for Public Safety
- Adobe launches new symbol to tag AI-generated content—but will anyone use it?