August 12, 2022
Finance Digest Article

From our personal lives to businesses across every industry, smart and connected devices are everywhere. But without reliable connectivity, those devices are useless, and business slows to a halt. And with the number of IoT-connected devices expected to skyrocket in the next few years, the demands on networks and current systems will never be greater—as […]

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August 12, 2022
From French Fries to French Press, Automation is Everywhere

It feels like a science fiction book: going to a restaurant and placing an order with a robot instead of a human. Having your food, including French fries and coffee, made by an automated machine, and even getting room service and your hotel room cleaned by a machine. But it’s not science fiction. These are […]

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December 26, 2018
5 areas where you are failing in your digital strategy

Technology is rapidly changing the landscape of business. Currently, consumers and employees alike carry small computers in their pockets via smartphones that are more capable than the computer that put a man on the moon. Yet business is failing in digital strategy. If asked, almost every CEO will say digital transformation is necessary. Yet most […]

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December 18, 2018
Horizon of digital transformations for 2019

As we approach the end of 2018, there are certain things that have panned out and other things that have failed regarding digital transformations. Cryptocurrencies have skyrocketed and plummeted, along with the underlying disruptive technology of blockchain, and AI continues to preserve. The landscape business is approach with mobility in 2019 is not the same […]

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September 11, 2018
Samsung's Bid for Number One: Mid-Range and Foldable Phones

This time of year we receive a flurry of leaks regarding the next year’s worth of smartphone developments. While Apple has been in the news with their most recent developments, Samsung has headlined more than once with their new offerings. Samsung has either accepted or not denied previous leaks regarding products. However, Samsung has hit […]

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May 15, 2018
Less Phone Time: Is Google Genuine?

Over the weekend, Google held their developer conference Google I/O 2018. While most of the conference reflected Google’s consistent strategy, developer friendliness, there were a few other points made. Namely, Google will require manufacturers to roll out security updates in a timely manner, and a new feature in their Android OS they are dubbing WellBeing. […]

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May 1, 2018
Disruptive Technology: Should Business Pay Attention?

Very often phrases become part of business or pop language without background understanding. As our language evolves, so do the words that describe our environment. While it’s not necessary for business to understand the epistemology of certain frequently used phrases, such as “things on my plate,” it’s important for business to have a basic understanding […]

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March 20, 2018
New Technologies: What Business Can Expect

Every year MIT releases what they consider the top 10 breakthrough technologies. These technologies can be disruptive and entirely new, or they can be just now reaching the point of consumer adoption. While most these technologies have little application for business initially, there are some technologies listed this year that will change business. We have […]

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February 20, 2018
Internet 2.0: Decentralized Internet Using Blockchain

Over the last several months consumers have watched as bitcoin exploded in value, only to take a sharp drop in a standard destabilized bubble. For those of us old enough, the rise and fall is reminiscent of the dotcom internet era of the 1990’s. Although bitcoin appears to be recovering from the recent selloff, the […]

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January 30, 2018
Technology: Is It a Risk to Jobs?

Last week Amazon Go opened it’s first store, ushering in a new era of technology assisted existence. As some detractors would be quick to point out, the new era of Amazon seems to be sans human jobs. Amazon Go has replaced cashiers. Their warehouses have replaced low skill labor. Amazon is not the first to […]

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