How To Succeed In The Fourth Industrial Revolution: 5 Key Insights From Intel's New "Accelerate Industrial"
Intel’s report is based on a two-year research effort led by Irene Petrick, Senior Director of Industrial Innovation and Faith McCreary, Principal Engineer. They conducted extensive interviews with more than 400 participants from the manufacturing ecosystem, including both those who develop the technologies and those who need to adopt them into manufacturing processes.
Foreign governments are continuously conducting covert operations in the U.S. to gather intelligence about public and private sector organizations. One of the best ways to collect information is through human intelligence, or HUMINT.
In early 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), an economic stimulus package that, in part, allocated billions of dollars to the health sector.
In 2020, we’ll see HR leaders leverage AI to better identify which employees may be on the verge of quitting. As HR data sets expand with new elements such as survey responses, employee peer-to-peer recognition and employee engagement levels in HR communication platforms...
Apple’s iPhone 11 has sold well over the first few months since its September launch, even pushing up the firm’s share price. But the iPhone 11 Pro and possibly the iPhone 11 appear to be suffering from a rather serious location privacy flaw.
Larry Page Leaves Google And How A Tragic Death Inspired Two 25-Year-Old Entrepreneurs | Today's Top 12 Stories
Larry Page is stepping down as Alphabet CEO, turning over the role to Sundar Pichai, who has been Google’s chief executive since 2015.
Mobile messaging has been in and out of the headlines all year. Whether it's the pressure applied on encrypted platforms to open up to law enforcement or targeted hacking attacks on users, messaging security has never been more front of mind.
There's a surge of activity happening right now in enterprises that are prioritizing more resiliency in their endpoint security strategies going into 2020.
The gig economy is on the rise with stats showing that millions of workers every year are choosing to trade their traditional employment for work on a per-project-basis.