Mac’s do it right, and so does Tile The latest version of Apple’s Find My Mac is enough to make Windows laptop owners jealous. As I said above, Microsoft’s Find My Device offers some of the same features but ultimately falls flat. Both solutions let you find your laptop on a map as long as it’s connected to the internet, and both allow you to find your other devices (if they’re set up correctly). You can use both solutions to place your laptop into a lost state to keep your data protected, and you can remotely lock and wipe your laptop with both. … [Read more...] about Built-in Tile is one of my favorite laptop features to ever exist
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Master the market shifts: On the surface, stepping away from car manufacturing and sales to trucks only in the US seems radical. But Ford has pushed forward on a business transformation driven by data and analytic excellence. Recognizing changing customer needs as well as the nuances of various markets let Ford expand car production and sales in some global locations and still be confident of pulling back in the US. After COVID-19, Ford is practicing elastic manufacturing in response to new coronavirus safety practices and cases emerging on its plant lines, as well as bottlenecks from parts partners. It is able to model production to manage and predict the output to match economic opening, anticipate and measure contraction from shutdowns, and optimize practices to get plants open and running again after shutdowns. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 didn’t break your business. Data did.
Rethinking talent: To access this talent, Silicon Valley will need to think beyond just hiring A players, often star engineers or project managers from “FANG” or other top tech companies. Instead, companies should focus on building A teams that can succeed over the long-term. It will need to widen its recruiting lens and focus on retention and growth rather than accepting a revolving door of talent as part of the business model. Distributed teams will be increasingly important to tap the world for talent, as technology skill sets grow globally and remote work becomes more of the norm. This may require companies to stand up to legislators that are leaning toward protectionism and reducing immigration quotas if they want to make their people their most valuable asset. … [Read more...] about Here’s how Silicon Valley can avoid Detroit’s fate