Disasters: Tech to Map Human Behavior in Crises
With the rise in attacks on stadiums, airports, and concerts, along with the increased severity of natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods, researchers at Embry-Riddle are studying how humans behave on the worst days of their lives.
The Business Case for AI
For all of the attention that tools like Siri have generated, we're still only at the dawn of the artificial intelligence revolution.
11 Best-Paying Cloud Skills
In a recent survey, IT managers said that they were willing to pay more for employees with these hard-to-find cloud skills.
Public APIs: Advice for a Producer
If your company is exploring the possibility of sharing internal data through public APIs, here are some considerations that you should address.
B2B Chatbots are Poised for Explosive Growth
There are best practices for approaching chatbots and virtual assistants as organizations move to a scenario where tasks happen transparently behind natural language interfaces. We explain some of the opportunities and pitfalls.
How Your SaaS Strategies are Evolving
Demand for SaaS software continues to grow, but procurement is often short-sighted. Think past today because integration and governance are more important than pricing.
Three Key Questions for Federal CIOs
The federal initiative to modernize IT systems raise questions that government CIOS -- in fact, all types of CIOs -- need to consider before launching a major project.
Guidelines for Using Public APIs
Developers planning to use public APIs in their software need to consider factors such as what the API provider plans to do with collected data.
5 Traits of Truly Innovative Companies
When most people think about innovation, they think of companies like Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google because those companies appear to have some kind of magic that other organizations lack. If your company wants to make lightning strike repeatedly, consider these points.
7 Fastest-Growing Tech Job Skills
Which terms do IT employers and job seekers search for most often? There are some significant disconnects between what IT pros offer and what employers want.