LinkedIn Influencers provided some advice on the future impact of artificial intelligence in the workplace. “The first thing that artificial intelligence will take over is the microphone on your laptop or computer,” said Reid Hoffman, Executive Chairman and co-Founder of LinkedIn in a new 30 second Influencer video.. “What will […]
“Are you ready for the new mobile gold rush? Of course you’re not,” said Jim O’Leary, Sr. Manager Mobile Solutions Marketing at Cisco. “Though truth be told, the pending growth in mobile video may be more like a video tornado and only a handful of mobile operators are prepared.” What […]
It’s fascinating how fast Google implements new technology in its applications: TPU is an example of how fast we turn research into practice — from first tested silicon, the team had them up and running applications at speed in our data centers within 22 days. TPUs already power many applications […]
The Washington Post is reporting that Russian government hackers penetrated DNC computers over a year ago and have everything including all email and chat traffic. According to Washington Post sources their main purpose was to steal opposition research about Donald Trump. The Post said that Russian spies were also targeting […]
Matt Masotti offers an interesting article on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and how it makes enterprise architecture more important than ever. Masotti is a Senior Consultant, Business Analysis, CRM at Avanade. No longer is, “Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementation just about whether or not the software had the capabilities to support business […]
Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer provided an interesting live video tour of its new Seattle Offices today. Below is an embed from GeekWire’s Facebook post of the tour: The office building appears to be huge and full of amenities as you would expect from Facebook.
For the first time in seven years, a quarter went by without a tech IPO in the U.S. Naturally, there has been a great deal of commentary and speculation as to why that is. According to The Wall Street Journal, citing Dealogic data, Q1 was only the fourth time this has […]
In the mobile internet age, checking email is simultaneously a nervous tic and, for many workers, a tether to the office, says The Atlantic in a very readable feature about email that discusses a most interesting question: Why does one of the world’s most reviled technologies keep winning? According to […]