Open your mind and heart to what keeps you from checking the clock. Finding Right Work does not always mean you have to find
The job cuts come as the company transitions from its hardware roots into a software-centric organization.
What we witnessed from these bright young students was invaluable. We saw eyes light up at the idea that they could invent
Our new report, "Harnessing the Internet of Things for Global Development," highlights how sensor deployments are improving
Cloud programs might be convenient for you, but they cause big headaches for employers.
It's a cathedral of characters, this abandoned furniture factory 40 kilometers outside of Barcelona, Spain. Cartoons, illustrations, portraits are everywhere -- a curious collection of aerosol spray pieces that highlights the popularity of the animated and exaggerated personalities among graffiti and street artists in this region of the world.
The world is in the midst of a new industrial revolution. Fortune's Geoff Colvin has a fascinating piece that lays out what this means for modern companies. But for the time-pressed, here are my six big takeaways.
Collaborative innovation, by driving growth and creating value, benefits not only the partnering companies but also consumers
3. Shift in higher education Oregon-based Lewis & Clark College has integrated courses around artificial intelligence (AI
To date, city leaders have not awakened to the challenges and the opportunities before them. But cities must begin. Embracing technology, identifying opportunities, and finding more ways to collaborate at the state, county and city level is key to our nation's success and survival.
Have you ever believed that you could do or be anything? That in your heart and gut, you knew that you were destined to change the world in your own way, exciting, empowering and enabling so many others so they may do the things they never thought they could?
In the digital world, there is no difference between video and print, between images and text. They are all digital content, simply presented in a different way. Any reporter who carries and iPhone can learn to acquire video while they are reporting in print.
We're talking about much more than proper computers, smartphones and tablets here. Doorknobs, garage doors, cars and appliances will all talk to other devices -- and to us. The possibilities are limitless.
Good collaborations and true "fits" are really a thing to behold in life and in business. One of those has been built in Kansas City, Missouri.
When we are just getting used to Twitter and Facebook, Email and SPAM, along comes "The Internet of Everything" (IoE) where everything -- well almost everything -- is connected to everything else.