The Weekly Scale: April 12th, 2021


This week at MarketScale, we explored how 5G is being brought to life, the infrastructure that will power it, and why the edge might be the answer.

We also sat down with a global fashion leader, picked an Adobe exec’s brain about the future of education, and more.

It’s the start of a new week, and it’s time to scale up.

5G dominates the news, but do you know the three technologies that intersect to create an innovative and flexible solution expanding the reach and use cases of 5G technology?

This week on The Rugged Edge Survival Guide, Peter Hsu, a Solutions Architect with Premio, provided his take on how the challenge of edge computing right now is not to be the bottleneck within this whole 5G infrastructure.

It’s not every day that you get to pick the brain of the creative leader of a global fashion brand. But today could be your lucky day.

Sandra Choi, Creative Director of J. Choo Limited joined the podcast “Then What” to dive into how she finds sources of inspiration and how she develops personal qualities like creativity, responsibility and kindness.

Would this massive shift to remote working and learning have worked without Adobe digital tools like PDFs and Portfolio?

Adobe VP & GM of the Creative Cloud Product line, Mala Sharma, joined EdTech Today with Kevin Hogan to dive into how the tech giant has jump-started an important, longer-term conversation about what is and isn’t working in our current education system.

Is the U.S. education system behind in mass adopting technology?

Global Education General Manager with the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) Group, We Oania, joined the Voices of eLearning podcast to shine a light on the problems teachers faced before the pandemic and how the company is working with teachers to eliminate repetitive tasks so they can focus on what they want to teach and engaging students.

Is the management side of the hospitality industry ready to take on this massive influx in travelers? On this week’s MarketScale Roundtable, we’ll explore which hospitality management structures or roles changed the most due to COVID

The panel will include:
Glenn Haussman- No Vacancy podcast
Orietta Verdugo – Intel
Brad Beakley – Hospitio

Make sure to follow along for future roundtables. We will also be checking out the future of Careers in Manufacturing & Automation on April 19th.

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