DPL Reading List – January 8, 2021
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Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
The surprising way to build a productive organization in 2021 – As we will begin a return to something closer to normal in the new year, companies will need to figure out how to maintain their competitive edge.
A Farewell to Adobe Flash—and the Messy, Glorious Web – Adobe stopped supporting Flash at the end of the year. Now it’s time to say goodbye to the software that helped create an amateur internet.
See the hypnotic meditation rooms Google plans to add to every office – When Google employees return to the office, many will have access to light-filled antechambers that are part of a broader push to promote wellness in the post COVID-19 workplace.
Supporting content decision-makers with machine learning – Netflix explains how using AI is helping them make decisions when it comes to marketing and promoting their shows.
IBM Makes Tape Storage Better Than Ever – IBM just shattered previous records for magnetic tape’s data storage capabilities, ensuring it meets the demand for the next decade.
2020 had its share of memorable hacks and breaches. Here are the top 10 – The past 12 months teaches us that, yes, attacks do only get better.
Firefox continues cracking down on tracking with cache partitioning – What cache partitioning is and how Firefox is catching up with Apple and Google in making it part of their browser.