from ComputerWeekly.com https://www.computerweekly.com/feature/Disaster-recovery-as-a-service-what-you-need-to-know
While we wait for Apple to implement its promised deep changes to Maps, here is how to use a few of the lesser-known features in the company’s navigation software.
Take control of Maps
I’m going to skip the basic stuff about using Maps. In this short guide you’ll learn how to:
- Scroll Maps the easy way
- How to find and add pit stops to an existing route
- How to export a Map as a PDF
- How to find the car
- What Apple Watch is trying to tell you
from ComputerWeekly.com https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252444903/Canada-raises-banner-of-AI-to-boost-tech-industry
It’s far away and long ago — so long ago, in fact, that there are still IT trade shows where vendors can show off their wares, says a pilot fish working at just such a show.
“I was on hand to set up a demo machine,” fish says. “The equipment arrived at a loading dock on one floor, but needed placement on a mezzanine area half a flight of stairs down.
“The person in charge of the demo was anxious to load the software and ensure everything was ready. But after moving some of the equipment down a ramp, the folks responsible for moving the 19-inch racks disappeared and were nowhere to be found…for a long time.
“A marketing guy returned from his liquid lunch, and conspired with me — I was, somewhat sadly, naive — to make the exhibitor happier by moving a rack down to the mezzanine.
from Computerworld News https://www.computerworld.com/article/3290336/it-industry/the-show-must-go-on.html#tk.rss_news