Internet satellites continue to crowd the skies, with Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Richard Branson’s OneWeb leading the way. With early-stage space tech investments reported thus far at about $24 billion invested in 500 companies, this sector is beginning its boom. Specific to internet satellites, what does that mean for our skies? What is the FAA focused on as it relates to space tech? What are the overriding concerns for the space tech industry? Here’s what we think is ahead.
Is blockchain replacing SIM cards? Last year Verizon received a patent to do just that. Here’s what you need to know.
Building creative IT teams isn’t a one-and-done thing and one single approach won’t work for every team member. Here’s what you need to know.
Apple has acquired Xnor.ai to expand the company’s on device AI capabilities. What does the Xnor.ai acquisiton mean for Apple and future Apple Devices.
In today’s digital marketplace, ITaaS offerings are now so vast that just about any company could benefit from utilizing it in some form. Here are a few options.
Dell Technologies 5G story is growing as the company is building everything from the software defined networks to the virtualization of network functions.
Companies are turning to technology to improve their brick and mortar retail user experience. Here’s what you need to know.
As more Fortune 500 companies make moves toward Environmental Social Governance (ESG), what are the implications for the oil and gas industry?
The role blockchain technology will play in energy is a significant one. Here’s a look at some of the potential use cases.
If customer experience is the center of digital transformation, customer relationship management (CRM) must be central to managing that experience. The following are a few ways companies are using AI with their CRM platforms to improve customer management and how software companies are creating solutions to meet the needs of their customers.