This week on TechRepublic's Business Technology Weekly podcast, hosts Dan Patterson and Bill Detwiler discuss the implications of Google's new My Activity dashboard, how HP's new Device-as-a-Service policy could be the future of hardware in the enterprise, and why tech companies may want to pay attention to both US politics and the so-called Brexit.
- Is Devices-as-a-Service the future of workplace IT? | Nick Heath New service is aimed at helping companies do a better job of meeting staff demand for an increasingly broad mix of PCs, mobile computers and other devices found in the modern workplace.
- Google My Activity site reveals all the data that's been collected about your online habits | Conner Forrest Google recently launched a new page called My Activity that shows you a history of your online activities and interactions with its products.
- Brexit: 5 ways the UK leaving the EU will affect tech firms | Nick Heath The UK public's decision to leave the European Union will impact technology firms operating within Britain in a variety of ways. Here's a breakdown for business and tech professionals.
- What Hillary Clinton's technology policy agenda means for business | Dan Patterson Hillary Clinton wants to use technology to reshape America's economy. Her campaign just released a comprehensive technology proposal. These are the five most important things companies needs to know.
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