Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, October 1st-5th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
TechDecisions attended an open house at Industrious Boston Back Bay to learn about the company and find out what a coworking space is and looks like.
Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) is a growing trend to handle the ever growing IT Operations landscape. Is it legitimate?
Host Jonathan Blackwood sits down with Marco Hegyi of GrowLife to talk about automation, data, analytics, and AI in the marijuana industry.
From Alexa to mobile check deposits to Uber’s use of machine learning for ETAs, artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer some futuristic technology found only in science fiction – it’s in the workplace.
At Long Island, New York’s Stony Brook University, the largest conference room on campus is part of the school’s Computer Science department and it needed a serious communication system upgrade. The department also wanted to add a video wall to their main lobby.
Aside from helping internet-less people in Puerto Rico, Project Loon is expanding its internet-by-balloon service to reach as many end users as possible.
The group must work successfully through the trial period before heading out to clean up the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”
Due to advances in tech and improvements in work-life balance in company culture, employees and employers are both happy.
Facebook breach affects 50 million user accounts, new hack can bypass iPhone passcodes, a bank ATM hack forces ATMs to spit out cash, and more.