The Futurist unveils 15 more predictions for life after driverless cars become mainstream.
The Futurist forecasts that the inevitable rollout of driverless vehicles will have a transformative impact on work, play and everything in between.
The first Colorado Tech Trek lures MBA students to Colorado to explore innovative local firms.
Any company that requires parts, products, or people relies on hiccup-free logistics to deliver. Either directly or indirectly, businesses in nearly all fields are investors in logistics powered by geospatial data.
Our current power grid, composed of huge metal towers with dangling wires stretched across every continent in the world will be replaced with a thin strand of graphene, buried underground, that works a million times better than anything we have today.
As a leader, it’s hard to admit poor judgment and corporate weakness. But here I am, confessing that we fell victim to a “spear phishing” scam resulting in a $50,000 loss to our company, despite having IT security measures and staff training in place.
Securing key accounts should be the number one cybersecurity effort. And with 24/7 connectivity, it is important to invest in more cybersecurity protection. Here are nine great tips.
The proliferation of mobile apps has increased competition in the mobile app development industry, and when it comes to technology — especially mobile technology — if you aren’t keeping up with the trends, you will be left behind.
To lead the field in the next wave of consumer and employee expectations, companies must find a way to successfully blend the physical and digital to create one seamless 360-degree experience. For companies born long before digital technologies, this is a challenge.
The DMCA has proved to be a very valuable tool for both service providers and content owners. The new regulations now make it more incumbent on the service provider to make sure they are in compliance.
The question you may be asking yourself right now is, “Why should I care if having a virtual office would work for my business?” In other words, it’s the proverbial WIIFM: What’s in it for me? I have four words for you: productivity, cost, employee morale.
We’re entering a world that will require higher caliber people to make it work, and it would be preposterous for us to think our existing systems can suddenly start producing better results.