Imagine where you'd be if you had started your work from home transformation two years ago. Everise did just that.
Proof that it is possible to source, recruit, hire, train, and manage a large workforce globally in a work at home environment.
The TikTok saga resembles a Medieval soap opera more with every twist and turn. The big question is why Microsoft or Oracle want to buy a potential regulatory nightmare.
In the face of the lingering pandemic, the key to success-even survival-for many businesses is the ability to quickly respond and adapt to new opportunities.
The death of call centers is greatly exaggerated. But they are changing.
The voting result of Proposition 24 on California ballots this November could represent an inflection point in the evolving privacy topic.
California's Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is still ramping up but already there's a 2.0 version in the works
The Golden State's long journey to the nation's toughest data privacy law is beginning to resemble the old Eagles song where 'You can check out but you can never leave.'
Pivot for Humanity wants to save social media by ‘professionalizing' the industry. Is it already too late?
Jumana Abu-Ghazaleh is on a mission to save social technology from itself. Whether she can pull it off is an open question, but she is in the right place at the right time.
Start-up Zycada emerges from stealth; claims new bot-based e-commerce technology is 10x faster than Amazon
For online shoppers, every millisecond can be the difference between a buying customer and an abandoned cart.
Discuss.io CEO Simon Glass on how Covid-19 has expanded the demand for ‘smart' video conferencing platforms
If Zoom and Facebook Rooms and Google Meet are the Honda Accords of video conferencing than Discuss.io is the Rolls-Royce.
IBM drops out of facial recognition software market; cites mass surveillance, human rights and racial justice concerns
Big Blue does the right thing and maybe even for the right reasons.
The giant retailer finally provides customers an "experience" that lets you avoid ever going into a Walmart again. Provided you're willing to pay a premium for the equivalent of in-store service.
Malicious hackers, remote workers, and a lack of IT support make backup and restore the most important directive for many companies.
SpotCues is a small company with a big idea for managing vital business processes remotely.