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Machine Learning & EHSQ: An Overview

No matter what industry you work in, you've likely been hearing about the importance, and prevalence, of machine learning and analytics. But what do t…

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10 Announcements From WWDC That Impact Mobile-First Businesses

With several announcements made during Apple's annual WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC), here are the top 10 that mobile-first businesses should …

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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Travel Experience

In tech circles and beyond, AI is the mot du jour lately, often thrown around in speculative conversations as the magical key that will unlock previou…

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Attacking Democracy: Should DDoS Be Considered a Legitimate Form of Protest?

It used to be that news about DDoS attacks was largely limited to tech websites and other specialized information sources, where the focus was on atta…

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How AI is Changing the Way We Invest

According to Investopedia, algorithmic trading already comprises 70 percent of daily trading. As trading becomes more automated, the need for human an…

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Meet Your Company's New Data Scientist: The CFO

Big data is a huge trend in business today, with companies across industries gathering, tracking and analyzing hordes of new metrics to improve their …

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Machine Learning & EHSQ: An Overview

By: Special Guest     7/21/2017

No matter what industry you work in, you've likely been hearing about the importance, and prevalence, of machine learning and analytics. But what do they mean, and what impact will they have on the EHSQ industry?

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10 Announcements From WWDC That Impact Mobile-First Businesses

By: Special Guest     7/20/2017

With several announcements made during Apple's annual WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC), here are the top 10 that mobile-first businesses should consider.

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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Travel Experience

By: Special Guest     7/20/2017

In tech circles and beyond, AI is the mot du jour lately, often thrown around in speculative conversations as the magical key that will unlock previously unthinkable technological progress. While often such conversations involve long-horizon views, AI has already made a tremendous impact on the cons…

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Attacking Democracy: Should DDoS Be Considered a Legitimate Form of Protest?

By: Special Guest     7/19/2017

It used to be that news about DDoS attacks was largely limited to tech websites and other specialized information sources, where the focus was on attack vectors, attack sizes, how exactly the perpetrators pulled it off and how websites could protect themselves going forward. These still have their p…

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How AI is Changing the Way We Invest

By: Special Guest     7/14/2017

According to Investopedia, algorithmic trading already comprises 70 percent of daily trading. As trading becomes more automated, the need for human analysts has sharply decreased. Traders are already being replaced by AI and, as each day goes by, the technology only grows more sophisticated.

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Meet Your Company's New Data Scientist: The CFO

By: Special Guest     7/11/2017

Big data is a huge trend in business today, with companies across industries gathering, tracking and analyzing hordes of new metrics to improve their bottom lines. Many companies are hiring highly paid data scientists to parse all this data. According to job site Glassdoor, being a data scientist is…

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Becoming a Software Company Only Keeps You in the Game

By: Special Guest     7/10/2017

Over the past several years, we have witnessed how critical it is for traditional enterprises in many industries to become software companies to not only thrive, but to survive. With digital natives such as Uber and Airbnb utterly disrupting long-standing industries in just a couple of years, the ne…

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Pokemon Go Paves the Wave for More AR

By: Special Guest     7/6/2017

In the world of virtual reality and augmented reality, the latter has been perceived as the less-glamorous cousin. However, with the stunning popularity of the Pokemon Go launch, which has 20 million daily users in the U.S alone, AR is firmly in the spotlight.

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US Action Against Microsoft Could Ruin The Fourth Industrial Revolution

By: Kayla Matthews     7/5/2017

Throughout human history, new technologies have been delivering us from inconveniences great and small. Right now, one of the most significant new technologies is cloud computing, and it too has the potential to rewrite history as we've known it. But only, of course, if politics and policy move fast…

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Ransomware is a C-Level Problem, Not a Hacker Issue

By: Special Guest     7/5/2017

CEOs, CIOs, CROs and business owners: listen up for a minute. If you have never been in the situation where your entire IT infrastructure is down, it's hard to understand the complete and useless feeling. You can sympathize, but you can't understand.Until you are there, you cannot imagine what it fe…

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SoftKinetic Delivering Big New Mobile Solutions

By: Steve Anderson     6/30/2017

SoftKinetic's latest work in facial recognition, augmented reality may mean some exciting new mobile tools to come.

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Remote Work: The Future of IT

By: Special Guest     6/28/2017

Remote work opportunities are on the rise thanks to innovative technology that makes telecommuting and virtual collaboration more effective than ever before. Remote work flexibility has long been a primary benefit offered to IT/tech professionals, and now companies are expanding remote flexibility t…

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WannaCry? No, It's Worse in New Ransomware Attack

By: Steve Anderson     6/28/2017

A wave of ransomware attacks strikes computers across much of the planet, leading some to wonder if WannaCry has made a return.

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Surface Pro, Surface Book, Surface Notebook: The Choice Is Surprisingly Easy

By: Rob Enderle     6/27/2017

I've been using Microsoft's latest versions-or, in some cases, the only versions-of its Surface PC line of products. Each is very different in terms of use and has its preferred usage. So let's get to it…which Surface product is best for you?

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Two Technologies That Showcase Good VR Could Cost $20K

By: Rob Enderle     6/23/2017

This month, there were two interesting product announcements. The first was in regard to very high-resolution displays that should arrive in VR headsets this year that are at eye resolution. The other, even more interesting but farther out product, is a haptic suit that could give you virtual touch.…

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Popularity of Voice Recognition Gadgets Highlights Need for Speech Analytics

By: Kayla Matthews     6/21/2017

Voice-activated personal assistant platforms such as Amazon's Alexa continue to grow in popularity, making lives easier in all sorts of ways. As such gadgets become more widespread, there is a growing need for what makes them viable in the first place - speech analytics.

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