used with permission from HP Tech Takes The top 5 you should consider We know it’s coming. The Office of the Future, that place straight out of science fiction where everything’s connected to everything else, heavily automated and full of technology to help small businesses and their employees be more productive and drive new business.
The world of transportation becomes autonomous. Whether it’s up in the sky, on the freeway, or across the ocean, almost every mode of transportation is becoming autonomous. Most recently, GM subsidiary Cruise unveiled its all-electric vehicle called Origin. Origin operates much like a shuttle, with doors on both sides that open at the center, and
The SaaS industry is heading towards $130 billion in 2020. The cloud is the source of everything— it’s an industry that began with Software as a Service (SaaS) and has evolved into practically any form of cloud computing offering. Vendors offer everything from A to Z—you can get “Analytics-as-a-Service,” “Desktop-as-a-Service,” “Platform-as-a-Service” and even “Quantum Computing-as-a-Service.”
Confession: I am not an Outlook Calendar junkie. But if one of my coworkers looks at my calendar, they’ll likely see a smattering of events, tasks, and outside work commitments on my calendar. I also have a very long list of “Shared Calendars” so I can check up on coworkers’ schedules – it’s not lurking
Internet of Unsecure Things How do cybercriminals use the Internet of Things against us? While IoT can improve our lives with convenience and connectedness, it also poses security risks like: Botnets (an army of compromised devices) Espionage (e.g. hijacking the camera/microphone of an internet-connected device) Physical destruction (e.g. hacking a device to overrule safety measures