In the study, more than 750 business insiders share their views on the future of AI in their sectors, as well as the steps they are taking to maximize its benefits and mitigate its challenges.
Cyberattacks and ransomware have been around for years; but in the last 18 months they have made a resurgence both in frequency and in the devastating effects they are having on their victims. We have seen medical offices, financial firms and municipalities (among others) being targeted and paying the price both in dollars and in damage to their reputation.
Digital tools democratize the business landscape, allowing smaller businesses and startups to compete with much larger companies who far outspend and out-staff them.
Podcasts offer a cheap and innovative way to reach their audience, interact with consumers and provide new value to their clients and listeners. This, plus sheer curiosity, drew dozens of Northern Colorado business owners to a discussion on podcasts — hosted by Seth Silvers — at last week’s Fort Collins Startup Week.
The startup's founders initially saw their idea as a consumer-facing app. After learning rental shops liked the platform and wanted to use it to manage their rentals, the Barones pressed the pause button in late 2017 to pivot to a new B2B model.
Tech innovation is prompting massive change — a transformation so significant it’s referred to as a fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. From facial recognition software to voice-activated virtual assistants and self-driving delivery trucks, the line between human and machine work continues to blur.
This year’s free event kicks off Friday, Feb. 14 (and carries through Sunday, Feb 16) and is expected to bring together around 3,000 developers, technologists, makers, crypto-economists, coders and designers for a hackathon weekend, to cement Colorado as a thriving hub of blockchain innovation.
Both cities also ranked as the best cities for IT and tech professionals in a separate ranking conducted by technology association CompTIA.
Ransomware is a form of malicious software, or malware, that blocks a user from their computer system and/or data until a ransom is paid. It has become to be the No. 1 cybersecurity threat due to its high profitability.
In Crested Butte, mountain biking is just the lynchpin in something far more lucrative for tourism: a jaw-dropping 750 miles (and counting) of unique single-track trails.
Municipalities and governments that have not evolved into smart cities are less able to attract business investment, add jobs and build a sustainable economy.
Retailers, and more specifically supermarkets, are toying with a new technology called Smart Shelf. But like all other 'smart' things this day, while it may seem helpful, they are anything but.