This week, November 12th-16th, 2018: lessons about outsourcing IT, misconceptions about GDPR, technologies to boost return on investment, and more.
Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Evening Entertainment Group (EEG) owns and operates a number of clubs, bars, restaurants, and event spaces, each packed with AV technology while offering a distinct ambiance.
New developments in twisted fiber optics might be able to up internet speed in the future.
Exemptions to the 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act will allow people to make software modifications that were previously illicit.
The Powerwall 2 recently allowed a Northern California local to be able to keep his lights on during a power outage in his area.
Progress has been made in keeping the electronic processes of U.S. elections safe, but not enough. And, the cyberattacks on the 2018 mid-term elections have already started.
President Trump reportedly uses an unsecured iPhone that leaves his conversations vulnerable to eavesdropping by foreign governments like China and Russia.
Cornerstone Technologies Co-Founder and Executive Producer Chad Fraughton worked with a Nashville-based production provider to develop a unique video experience at the 2018 Young Living International Convention
In the past, finding life in outer space was a guessing game, but Google and NASA’s new softwares use simulations and machine-learning to analyze planets that may have the capabilities to harbor life.
Researchers prove that quantum computing is closer than we think, with new proof that quantum advantage is real.