02 Feb

This Week in Tech - February 5


Weekly Wrap Up


Microsoft Unveils New Employee Experience Platform 

Microsoft Corp. on Thursday announced Microsoft Viva, the first employee experience platform to bring tools for employee engagement, learning, wellbeing and knowledge discovery, directly into the flow of people’s work. Viva is designed to help employees learn, grow and thrive, with new experiences that integrate with the productivity and collaboration capabilities in Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams.

Collaboration is key

How to Get Your Television Ready For Super Bowl

Are you and your TV ready for the Super Bowl this Sunday, Feb. 7? If you're not among the 22,000 lucky fans -- including 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers -- who get to watch the game in person at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, you'll probably be among the 100 million-plus people watching it on a TV, whether streaming or via cable. 

Here are some tips to get you set up for Sunday

 Amazon Stakes Its Future On The Cloud

As Bezos prepares to hand over Amazon's CEO job to Jassy, the company is signaling that the cloud will play a key role in its future.

Look to the Cloud

Consumer-Gadget Companies are Struggling to Source Enough Computer Chips

For the most part they go unseen but computer chips are at the heart of all the digital products that surround us - and when supplies run short, it can halt manufacturing.

How will 'chipageddon' affect you?

Big Tech is Grabbing Real Estate in NYC

The four companies known as Big Tech — Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google — now have more than 22,000 employees in New York City, with thousands added just this year.

Talent attracts talent





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