EMPIST Tech Talk Weekly Newsletter: Monday, November 16, 2020

The Tech Newsletter  

EMPIST Tech Talk 

We are cruising through November with another issue of the EMPIST Tech Talk news. Get the latest in technology, digital marketing, and other EMPIST exclusive content. Here we go! 

The Weekly Tech News Update  

As you may or may not know, Apple has been building its own chips for the iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watches for quite a while now. They recently announced at the “One More Thing” event they will now be building chips in-house for Macs as well. The Mac chip will be known as the M1. Some of the features of the chip include an 8-core CPU, 16 billion transistors, Apple’s Secure Enclave built-in system, and more. Read the full story >>

The Weekly EMPIST Blog  

Expert Q&A: The Ins and Outs of Working with a Virtual CIO 

Bob Pennisi is a Strategic Account Manager at EMPIST, and he has taken over the blog to discuss some of the most commonly asked questions on working with a virtual CIO (vCIO). Read the blog >> 

The Tech Talk Newsletter Tip 

From the EMPIST Help Desk 

Cybersecurity Work Tip: Avoiding sharing your accounts with coworkers. It is harder to monitor the security of your information when other people have access to your workspace. 

The Tech Talk Trivia 

Question: What was the name of the first computer system that won a chess game against a world champion under time restrictions? 

The Weekly Marketing Spotlight 

We all know that the pandemic has changed so many aspects of our livesand that includes the way we shop. A recent study from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) shows that the coronavirus has shifted shopping from physical retail locations to a “storeless” environment by up to 500%. This drastic change in the industry has brands completely reworking their marketing efforts. Read the full story >>

Trivia Answer: Deep Blue  

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