Welcome to My TechDecision Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, December 17th-21st, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happened this week:
Traditional schools, including Stonehill College, are challenged to include the collaborative technologies, such as connected huddle spaces and smart classrooms, that tech-savvy prospective students require.
While artificial intelligence and machine learning are often used interchangeably , they’re very different concepts. How do these two terms differ and how do they impact your business operations?
Host Jonathan Blackwood talks to Grigoriy Millis, CTO of Robert Fleischman & Associates, about the company’s implementation of a new cybersecurity solution.
People are so overwhelmed by email these days that sending information that needs to be acted on in a timely fashion is a bit like trying to shout to a friend across a crowded and noisy room. Digital signage can help.
If you’re charged with influencing your organization’s data breach incident response plan, make sure you include these essential steps.
Celebrate the holidays with a trip to the cinema where Christie projector presents a new rendition of The Nutcracker; you just need to travel to Moscow.
The blueprints for the technology Samsung used to develop a foldable phone was allegedly stolen by a Samsung employee who then sold the information to two Chinese Companies.
In the war for popularity and who’s got the latest and greatest tech, Microsoft finally beats out Apple.