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Domotics Brings Home Sweet Home Automation

Smart home technology is quickly becoming more mainstream than niche. As people monitor and control so many aspects of their lives through apps and smart devices, they expect to do the same with their place of residence. TechNewsWorld spoke with experts in the field of domotics -- or information tec...

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The Esports Evolution: Out of the Basement, Into Arenas

Esports has grown into a major industry that shows no signs of slowing momentum. Indeed, the esports ecosystem is on pace this year to surpass $1 billion in revenue for the first time. We spoke with several esports aficionados to hear what they had to say about the evolution of esports, what's drivi...

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E-Learning Platforms: The New Academy for Business Training and Education

Organizations are taking advantage of online learning platforms to provide fast and cost-effective knowledge transfer, to and from anywhere in the world. We spoke with several experts in the field of learning management systems to get a sense for what's happening with e-learning in the business sphe...

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Protecting the Power Grid: Building Resiliency Into Essential Systems

Disruptions to power grid systems can have devastating effects. Despite the fact that consistent electric power has been a basic human need for more than a century; more than ever, the grid faces a growing onslaught of threats. We spoke with experts in the field about the critical nature of the grid...

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The Endless Possibilities of Robotic Process Automation

With more amounts of data to manage, organize, and make sense of, robotic processes are becoming increasingly valuable to businesses seeking to save time and be more efficient. It's here that RPA comes into play and has become an important component to businesses operations and serving customers.

The Edge Ecosystem Puts Computing Where It Counts

Even as operations as diverse as factories and hospitals are moving at least portions of their daily computational processes out of the centralized cloud and into various edges, edge computing for many people remains a mysterious concept. To provide some clarity and insight, we spoke with several ex...

Drone Use in Today’s Society: From Analytics to Emergency Response

Now that we've entered the era of drones, these unmanned aerial vehicles increasingly are becoming an integral part of everyday life. As drones evolve, industries and governments are finding new ways to make use of this emerging technology. TechNewsWorld spoke with several experts to find out how dr...

The Emerging Tech Affect on HR Processes

With Covid, increased numbers of people have been working remotely, and many will continue to do so post-pandemic. This has fundamentally altered how work is done; not only by company staff, but by HR professionals. This societal shift, combined with the continued emergence of new digital technologi...

The Drones Are Coming

Spurred by everything from environmental concerns to the desire to avoid congested roads, companies are developing, testing, and beginning to implement a wide array of drone delivery systems. A number of practicalities need to be worked out before drone delivery becomes an everyday occurrence -- inc...

WOMEN IN TECH

ISACA Board Member Gabriela Reynaga on Gender, Tech and Perceptions

ISACA, a global nonprofit organization focused on the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems, recently released results of a survey of 3,587 ISACA members in 126 countries. The report examines the work experiences and perc...

The Beauty of Progressive Web Apps

As more Web traffic comes from mobile devices -- particularly traffic to e-commerce sites -- it's becoming ever more important for businesses to have content that loads onto small screens easily, quickly and effortlessly. To some degree, native mobile apps until now have filled that need, but they h...

WOMEN IN TECH

UberMedia CEO Gladys Kong: Success Is Data-Driven

"Mobile advertising and location-based marketing are getting more and more data-driven, both in targeting and analyzing results," said UberMedia CEO Gladys Kong. "Advertisers are trying to understand more about the consumer's journey. They want any insights they can get their hands on in order to un...

WOMEN IN TECH

Farsight Security COO Alexa Raad: ‘Be Your Own Champion’

"If you think about Internet threats like phishing and botnets and malware -- all of those start with a DNS -- a domain name system. And so every kind of nefarious act leaves footprints and fingerprints in the DNS. That's something that cannot be faked," said Farsight Security COO Alexa Raad. For ex...

WOMEN IN TECH

Televerde’s Michelle Cirocco: Tech Enables Trust

"Everybody's using technologies like artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, marketing automation tools, search engine marketing and lead analytics tools," said Michelle Cirocco, head of global marketing for Televerde. "We're using all these tools and technologies to identify who we should co...

WOMEN IN TECH

G2 Crowd VP Heather Reed: Go After the Prize

"By using gender-neutral terms, we might change people's minds about what jobs they're qualified for and have a chance of getting. Getting rid of gender-biased terms helps level the playing field," said Heather Reed, VP of business development for G2 Crowd. "There are different phrases that we use a...

WOMEN IN TECH

Circadence VP Keenan Skelly: Changing the Cybersecurity Paradigm

"It's only a few times in the history of the U.S. and in specific domains do you have the opportunity to make decisions and have a lasting effect on that domain," said Circadence VP Keenan Skelly. "In terms of information cybersecurity, we're right in the middle of it right now. We're just figuring ...

WOMEN IN TECH

Palo Alto Networks Sales VP Amy Slater: Be Human

"People have a fear that if they show any type of vulnerability, that's a bad thing," said Palo Alto Networks Sales VP Amy Slater. "But I've learned over time that people want to work with and learn from humans. I've modified the way that I was leading, and in doing so I've become more approachable....

WOMEN IN TECH

TelaDietitian CEO Jackie Elnahar: Remember Your Mission

An online service "was a great business opportunity to combine nutrition with technology," said Jackie Elnahar, CEO of TelaDIetitian. "I'm also very passionate about making nutrition information mainstream. I don't think seeing a registered dietitian should be a luxury. Anyone who needs to see a die...

WOMEN IN TECH

FutureProof Retail President Di Di Chan: Combine Your Strengths

"From the consumer point of view, when you go shopping you have people who help you and service you, and you walk away happy," said FutureProof Retail President Di Di Chan. "What we're doing is bringing the online offline, to centralize that service. It's not just the top VIP shopper who can enjoy t...

WOMEN IN TECH

HighGround CEO Andee Harris: Find Your People

"Human capital management is the idea that your humans are your capital, and so you should be investing in them and managing them, making sure that you're giving your talent opportunities to grow, and that they have purpose in their work," said HighGround CEO Andee Harris. "Human resources is more a...

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