Hot Clicks: What Interests Tech Pros This Week? August 20th 2021
What stories are tech pros clicking on this week? Read the August 20th 2021 edition of Hot Clicks to learn more.
Every Friday, we’re going to wrap up technology news from the perspective of technology professionals who are clicking on articles posted to our tech pro-facing sister sites, My TechDecisions and Campus Safety Magazine. It’s a new feature we call “Hot Clicks,” and the hope is that it will give marketers insight into what interests this market the most.
These are the articles which received the most traffic from tech pros this week:
Microsoft: How To Prevent NTLM Relay Attack
Microsoft has shared instructions on how to mitigate PetitPotam, an NTLM relay attack used against Windows domain controllers or servers. Read more here.
How Much Do Video Walls Cost? A Pricing Breakdown
How much should a video wall cost? We break it down for you and show you how to get the most out of an LED video wall purchase. Read more here.
Report: Vulnerability Allows Hackers to Spy Via IoT Devices
A new vulnerability affecting up to 83 million IoT devices allows hackers to eavesdrop, watch real-time video or remotely control devices. Read more here.
Florida Public Schools Must Have Mobile Panic Alarms by 2021-22 Academic Year
The Martin County School District has installed an $800,000 Centegix alert system. Read more here.
Designing a New Mass Notification System? Conduct a Risk Analysis
Identify your risks at the start of your mass notification project, but also during the project and for as long as the MNS system is in use. Read more here.
Auburn Issues Mobile Student IDs for Contactless Transactions and More
Auburn’s mobile “Tiger Card” can be added to a student’s iPhone, Apple Watch or Android Phone to open doors and pay for food and merchandise. Read more here.
See all of our editions of Hot Clicks — including the monthly editions — here.