17: Jack of All Trades, Master of None

17: Jack of All Trades, Master of None

 
 
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Chris and Matt change the format of the show up a bit. Instead of having an outline prepared, they decide to just have a conversation. This leads to discussing multiple things from becoming friends with cafeteria workers, to failing hard drives and cryptocurrency.

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Security business Barracuda Networks acquired for $1.6 billion | TechCrunch

Nokia comments on rumors related to Juniper Networks | Nokia

Windows 10 Upgrade & Updates for Your Windows 8.1 Mobile Device | Microsoft

Windows Continuum for Windows 10 Phones & Mobile | Microsoft

Samsung DeX | Apps – The Official Samsung Galaxy Site

Apple MacOS High Sierra Security Flaw Lets Anyone Get Root Access, No Password Required | WIRED

Apple breaks file sharing on Macs while fixing ‘huge’ password security flaw | Technology | The Guardian

Apple’s MacOS High Sierra Update Reintroduces “Root” Bug For Some Users | WIRED

Lenovo N22 Chromebook Keyboard Replacement – iFixit

Emergency shelter which can withstand category five winds opened in High Island | KFDM

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Bitcoin reaches new record, sets sights on $10,000 milestone – MarketWatch

16: Purchasing Network Equipment

16: Purchasing Network Equipment

 
 
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The guys discuss the latest version of Firefox, collaborative programming, and the new public DNS service before diving into Matt’s project of purchasing equipment for some new portable buildings. The conversation then takes a turn to discuss why state-mandated testing is hard for teachers and students.

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Firefox’s faster, slicker, slimmer Quantum edition now out | Ars Technica

Microsoft touts real-time over-the-network pair programming in Visual Studio, GitHub ships it • The Register

All Major Browsers Now Support WebAssembly

New free Quad9 DNS service has built-in security, privacy settings to protect internet users – TechRepublic

Public DNS  |  Google Developers

Cloud Delivered Enterprise Security by OpenDNS

Quad 9 | Internet Security and Privacy in a Few Easy Steps

15: Disaster Recovery with Jeremy Cooper

15: Disaster Recovery with Jeremy Cooper

 
 
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Educating Technology finally makes its long awaited return after dealing with Hurricane Harvey. The guys are also on location together with special guest, Jeremy Cooper, to discuss disaster recovery and relief. And of course, there is some AMD discussion thrown in as well.

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Jamf Accelerates Mac Growth in the Enterprise with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) Partnership | Jamf

University of Texas at San Antonio gets $5 million grant for research, education on cloud computing – San Antonio Express-News

AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors with Radeon Vega Graphics | AMD

Intel will ship processors with integrated AMD graphics and memory | Ars Technica

FCC Delivers Emergency Aid to Hurricane-Stricken Schools and Libraries | Federal Communications Commission

FCC Provides E-rate Relief for Hurricane-Affected Schools – TechNotes Blog – TCEA

Hurricane Relief | Tropical Storm Relief | Red Cross

Support UNICEF USA’s Hurricane Relief Efforts in Puerto Rico | UNICEF USA

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