Addressing the skills gap and strengthening your own security team means bringing in different minds and perspectives — and that starts with embracing neurodiversity.
It’s imperative that entrepreneurs sharpen and maintain their mental health while slogging through fundraising. It takes two things: prevention and awareness.
Google search is not what it used to be. We all want to be #1 on the search results page, but getting there isn’t enough. It might be worth it to instead go for the top featured snippet position.
The cyber executive order, alongside sanctions on Russia, are strong indications the Biden administration intends to take a far more proactive approach to cybersecurity. But it’s not quite enough.
Most Series A investors today look for around $2 million in annual recurring revenues (ARR) before they lean in, but getting to that figure is a very long and thorny path.
Igor Bonifacic Contributor Share on Twitter Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. According to BuzzFeed News, Democratic Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Ted Lieu will introduce legislation later today that seeks to restrict police use of international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) catchers. More commonly known as Stingrays, police frequently use IMSI catchers and cell-site simulators […]
Traditional firms might approach an RPA initiative as they have other business initiatives, which is slowly and carefully. But to reap the benefits of automation at scale, companies need more ambition
Apple’s AirTags have been out for more than a month. Now that they’ve been out getting lost in the wild, we sent our resident UX analyst to do just that.
In the new creator economy, the selectiveness of creators means stiff competition for a brand’s ideal influencers. But that doesn’t mean working with influencers is out of reach for smaller brands.
Reinforcement learning and simulation are essential to solving the constraints and novel challenges that take place in factories and supply chains.
Insights from a digital compensation platform can steer employers in the right direction, ensuring that employee experience is met with equal rewards.
When artists sell their digitally minted artwork as a non-fungible token, they usually aren’t selling the underlying copyright — but there are overlaps.
I launched a startup in Iran, and I’m happy to say it’s thriving. I’d like to expand in California. Now that Biden has eliminated the Muslim ban, is it possible? Is the pandemic still a problem?
The easiest traits to recognize as an investor is the founder’s ability to ace the fundraising process, crucial to which is the ability to think strategically and influence, inspire and persuade.
We are amidst a sprawling renegotiation between employers and employees as to the very nature of work, and no one has more leverage than skilled technologists, many of whom feel unmoored.
Canadian leaders remain concerned about the inbound flow of talent to key sectors like advanced manufacturing, clean tech and biotech. They’re doing all they can to chip away at American advantages.
Congress has an opportunity to help build public trust in the safety of driverless technology by requiring existing innovations that will be the building blocks of driverless vehicles.
After experiencing hardship in their home countries, refugees have unparalleled drive to make a better life for themselves, their families and their communities — which helps lift our entire economy.
There’s a new seat at the table in the great bargaining session between advertisers and technology giants. It’s occupied — for the first time — by the user.
Tristan Abbey Contributor Share on Twitter Tristan Abbey is President of Comarus Analytics LLC. He served as senior policy advisor at the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and as director for strategic planning at the National Security Council. No single question bedevils American energy and environmental policy more than nuclear waste. No, […]