Staff picks for the week of June 29, 2015

Staff Picks GeneralIt must be summer: We’ve got travel and water on the mind.

Jaguar Land Rover wants to read driver’s brainwaves to predict car accidents (Read by Nick G.)

Sensors are invading our world, measuring and tracking all kinds of data points about us. You might think that tracking brainwaves may be taking it a little too far, but Jaguar Land Rover wants to develop steering wheels that can detect your brainwaves in order to keep you safe through steering wheel and pedal vibrations. Would you invite this tech into your life if it helps keep you safe? The trade-off is something we’ll all have to think about. Continue Reading…

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Staff picks for the week of June 22

staff technology picksSHI’s communications team meets with subject-matter experts each week, and we scan our news feeds daily for information about technology, products, and program changes that affect the way our customers do business. As we do, we come across technology-related stories that are interesting, but — like some top golfers this past weekend — don’t quite make the cut.

In the past, we would’ve read these stories and moved on to focus on other interesting news about, say, a change to a well-known volume licensing program or a Windows Server 2003 migration. But, we’ve decided that these stories are just too good to keep to ourselves, so we’re starting a new series to bring the fun, quirky, entertaining, or otherwise thought-provoking news to you.

Without further ado, here are four fascinating technology stories that we found riveting and potentially industry-changing. Continue Reading…

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