Tag: Computerworld

Here’s why there won’t be a quick enterprise blockchain revolution

While billions of dollars are being spent on blockchain, and that spending is expected to grow exponentially over the next five years, the distributed ledger technology will never spark a technology revolution in the enterprise where preference always favors centralized control. “I don’t think we will ever see a revolution in the enterprise,” said Avivah

Wayback Wednesday: Twice as nice

It’s the 1990s, and PCs are coming into the workplace, much to the dismay of some workers. This net admin pilot fish at a big manufacturing plant sees it all firsthand because she’s been given the extra duty of chief PC troubleshooter. For example, the manager whose secretary calls fish to complain that his drive

Wayback Wednesday: Twice as nice

It’s the 1990s, and PCs are coming into the workplace, much to the dismay of some workers. This net admin pilot fish at a big manufacturing plant sees it all firsthand because she’s been given the extra duty of chief PC troubleshooter. For example, the manager whose secretary calls fish to complain that his drive

Wayback Wednesday: Twice as nice

It’s the 1990s, and PCs are coming into the workplace, much to the dismay of some workers. This net admin pilot fish at a big manufacturing plant sees it all firsthand because she’s been given the extra duty of chief PC troubleshooter. For example, the manager whose secretary calls fish to complain that his drive

Opera jumps on tracking blocker bandwagon

Opera Software today upgraded its namesake browser to version 64 and joined rival Firefox in tackling ad trackers. “We consider ad blocker and tracker blocker to be basic privacy features,” Joanna Czajka, product director, wrote in a post to a company blog. (Opera has had a baked-in advertisement blocker for more than three years; only

Facebook sends its Portal smart display to work

Facebook wants to bring its Portal video display hardware to the office with the introduction of a dedicated Workplace app – one of a handful of updates to the company’s enterprise social network announced at the Flow user conference in San Francisco this week. Launched last year, Portal supports video calls between Facebook and WhatsApp
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