This week, January 14th-18th, 2019: the cybersecurity behind access control, the technology skills gap in education, and understanding the journey toward a digital transformation.
Leading medical device manufacturer MicroVention upgraded to TEKLYNX CENTRAL CFR– an enterprise-level barcode software solution– to improve labeling efficiency, control and support for its global, multi-user labeling environment.
While potential rise of the quantum internet seems to promise airtight security, scientists are still working out if we actually need it.
The newest artificial intelligence is able to replicate the human face with few errors, creating photos that look like they were taken of actual human.
SpaceX recently received a multi-million dollar contract from the Air Force to experiment with connectivity and communication options via satellite constellations in space.
Many customers across America were unable to make 911 emergency calls and use other wireless services following a CenturyLink outage.
When scrolling through websites, decision makers should bone up on how to detect fake metrics, people, business and content. Doing so can keep a company credible and staying on track to success.
Though legislators tried to protect net neutrality from regulation rollbacks imposed by the FCC, the fate of the internet will likely be left up to the Supreme Court.
Within ten years, 100 percent of California’s busses will run off of electricity. Here’s what decision makers need to know.
This week, January 7th-11th, 2019: tracking ROI metrics for tech projects, a call to write for TechDecisions, power protection technology, and more.