You might think that human cooking began with the invention of fire. You’d be off by over a million years.
Emerging technologies are redrawing our world. Are businesses ready? Will they transform fast enough? To find out, we’ve explored the status of digital transformation around the globe and created the Digital Transformation Index. Explore now.
The Internet of Things can do everything from personalizing your marketing to helping save endangered species. On this episode Jason Shepherd, CTO of IoT and Edge Computing at Dell Technologies, joins Mark and Doug to talk about IoT’s untapped potential, what’s holding us back, and some truly intriguing directions the technology could take us.
While a lot of focus has been spent on deciphering what Millennials want in their jobs, it is Generation Z that is set to disrupt the notions of an ideal workplace.
By Marty Graham, Contributor Forty years ago, Star Trek creators foresaw the unintended consequences of artificial intelligence. It began innocently …
98% of Gen Z are using technology in school, according to a Dell Technologies survey of 12,000 Gen Z secondary and post-secondary students about their readiness for the workforce. Social media entrepreneur, Natalie Zfat, discusses some of the interesting results.
Cybercrime is a lucrative business. Those without sufficient backups are forced to choose between paying the ransom or suffering the loss of data. When considering a cyber-resilient strategy, Eric Vanderburg, Vice President of Cybersecuirty at TCDI, assets it must include these three key components.
What’s the worst accident your laptop has survived? A drop? A spilled cup of coffee? Mike Libecki, National Geographic Explorer, is a little harder on his tech. His laptop has survived -67 degree temperatures and curious polar bears because his job is to travel to the world’s most remote and extreme environments. His passion is to make the world a better place. On this episode, learn how Mike’s non-profit organization is using technology to transform lives around the world.
Today, the possibility exists for people to achieve what scientists like Alex Zhavoronkov call “extreme longevity,” an age where people who pop off at 100 are mourned for dying too young.