The actor plays the genius scientist behind Iron Man, and it looks like he’s trying to channel that energy into the reality of the impending environmental catastrophe.
Nimble, a smart CRM for Office 365 and G Suite, recently revealed Nimble 5.0, a team relationship manager which moves beyond app- or department-specific contact views and “places relationships at the center of every engagement, without high cost or complexity of an enterprise CRM,” Nimble says. “As our customers have adopted Office 365, team sizes […]
Even though the quadrupedal has numerous beneficial features, there might not be a consumer market for it.
The tech giant’s Sidewalk Labs wants to put up a “smart city” on Toronto’s waterfront, but common civilians and tech experts alike are concerned about privacy and surveillance.
As pioneering firm in its industry, White & Case is constantly seeking ways to streamline and improve communication and collaboration between employees and with clients. The company recently relocated its headquarters in midtown Manhattan to a brand-new office space just a few blocks away.
This week, June 17th-21st, 2019: the biggest data breaches of 2019, communications planning for digital signage, new products from InfoComm, and more.
Walmart is using computer vision technology to track theft at checkout lanes, says a Business Insider article. This computer surveillance program is referred to by the retail chain as “Missed Scan Detection” and uses cameras to identify scanning errors or failures, the article says. “Cameras track and analyze activities at both self-checkout registers and those […]
PMG Alli, the new marketing intelligence platform from PMG, unifies advertisers’ data from disparate systems and provides “immediate business insights,” says the company. PMG cites data ownership, privacy, and a consumer demand for more relevant advertising content to be inspirations for their new marketing intelligence platform. “Today’s marketers are now tasked with externally delivering personalized messaging […]
The controversial technology may be able to be regulated at the public level, but can we keep private entities from infringing on privacy rights?
Mobile, connected home and other IoT solutions company Metova announces the results of their second annual survey, which reveals consumer trends and feelings on IoT adoption. This year’s research shows less than 25% of over 1000 people surveyed feel like they have a “good understanding of what IoT is.” Yet, nearly 75% of consumers already […]