The Federal Communications Commission’s new rules – One Touch Make Ready – let businesses handle their own electrical wires on utility poles.
The southern part of Australia has already saved $18 million this past year by investing in Tesla’s Hornsdale Power Reserve Battery.
This week, August 13th-17th, 2018, we’ve got features on internal communications, project cost estimate, hybrid clouds, and more. Blogs include AI, hacking, and renewable energy. Don’t forget the Project of the Week!
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, August 17, 2018? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
With the mobile workforce able to be connected at anytime, from anywhere, companies are experimenting with new vacation policies to force employees to log off.
Many small businesses may be overlooking the wide spectrum of assistance artificial intelligence could add to their everyday operations, so Entrepreneur gave some tips.
Tour NEC Display Solutions of America’s new NEC Briefing Center which uses application-specific vignettes to emphasis the AV experience over its AV products.
A new open-source program for facial recognition allows programmers to identify profiles on social media networks based on names and pictures.
Tesla is helping the island of Samoa run its power off of renewable energy sources with the help of a battery storage system and software system, while cutting back on fossil fuel consumption.
Two essays published in Fast Company seem at odds with each other in trying to resolve questions of how to move forward with technological innovation.