Your Weekly IT Roundup 2 - 8 Nov 2020

Your Weekly IT Roundup 2 - 8 Nov 2020

Hey, it's here! Welcome to the fourth instalment of your Weekly IT Roundup, bringing you up-to-date on all the knowhow and the awesome group content you might've missed throughout the week! Missed last week's installment? Here's the blog post.

Post of the Week

Kirk started a brilliant conversation last Friday about career directions and it was great to understand what plans you all had moving forward in the next few years - "winning lottery" was a good one 🤣 Check it out!

This week in Tech News (TL;DR)

This microscopic 3D-printed Star Trek Voyager can move on its own

The miniature ship can propel itself through liquid. Keep Reading

Contact tracing app for England and Wales failed to flag people exposed to COVID-19

An error meant that it didn’t tell some people in close contact with a sick person to isolate. Keep Reading

The US government seized $1 billion in bitcoin from dark web marketplace Silk Road

Feds grabbed the money with the help of an unknown hacker. Keep Reading

Virgin Hyperloop hits an Important Milestone: The First Human Passengers

For the first time, two people rode a hyperloop pod through a nearly airless tube at 100 mph! Keep Reading

Meme of the Week!


I think it's crashed... literally.
p.s. it still works - saved by the armoured fibre cables!

IT Happy Hour

Did you miss our Happy Hour stream with Luis Giraldo from SolarWinds MSP a couple weeks ago? No problem! Check it out by clicking here!

Join Luis Giraldo and I as we chat about the state of IT in 2020!

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