Topic 1: Apple Privacy Revisited
We talked about this last week. Well, so did everyone else.
Apple introduced a new technology to screen for child pornography . . . and a spirited debate has ensued. Last week the Killing IT guys weighed in on the topic and now we want to revisit the ongoing debate and address some of the concerns about the “slippery slope” and the “permission” to access data on personal devices. Including some new twists on CSAM Screening Technology.
Topic 2: Evolution in Supply Chain Management
Toyota is famous for revolutionizing supply chain management, particularly with “Just-in-Time” inventory. Now, fifty years down the road, we’re finding that J-I-T had a lot of problems in the middle of the pandemic. Now, Toyota is responding again with a newer, more flexible approach to inventory. We look at supply chain issues generally, with a context of cars, chips, and toilet paper.
Topic 3: CRN Reports on Industry Trends
. . . But they’re headlines don’t align with their data. We were puzzled at the need to put extra energy into cheer-leading as compared to reporting the hard truth. We discuss.
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