Tesla's latest claim is just one of several intriguing pieces of news to emerge from the autonomous vehicle sector during July.
Digital transformation doesn't have to be overcomplicated if you follow savvy best practices.
With COVID-19's threat still looming, some retailers are wondering if coordination of health-protection strategies could be led by an executive - a chief health officer.
As the IoT is more broadly adopted across many sectors, maintaining its security becomes an even greater concern.
The possibilities of Industry 4.0 are all but endless, but certain areas are seeing specific improvements due to the framework.
It's important to determine exactly which type of leader you need to oversee tech in your organization - a CIO, CTO or both.
Your organization might need to make certain adjustments to bolster its cybersecurity.
Although certain aspects of autonomous vehicle development and testing have stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic, some remain in operation, at times to serve
It's become clear that CIOs play important leadership roles in digital transformation efforts - and that they likely will remain as such for the foreseeable future.
Despite the current upheaval in the global economy, Industry 4.0 remains on track to become the dominant framework of the manufacturing sector.
The newfound interest and feasibility of remote working has executives everywhere at the considering the possibility of letting employees work from home.
There are several common mistakes that firms everywhere make that can leave them vulnerable to cyberattacks - indeed, perhaps the most common vector that hackers use is simple human error.
With the shortage of truck drivers expected to double within the decade, companies are looking to autonomous trucks to solve their problems.
CTOs are the authority on all things technological for a business - all companies should consider having one.
Businesses can make use of AI to inform their decision-making process through analytics software powered by machine learning.
As the 21st century has progressed, so too has the face of recruiting: recruiting agencies are more popular than ever.
New IoT innovations on the horizon in the 2020s will revolutionize many different fields.
Cybercrime that targets industrial infrastructure has the potential to severely damage companies, or even governments, and is often caused by simple human error.
The hiring process is never a simple one, and one of the biggest choices employers have to make is whether they promote from within or hire externally for a specific role.
As computing research marches on, the possibility of true artificial intelligence grows closer by the day, and with it, exciting opportunities for businesses everywhere.
There are many ways a firm can make themselves more appealing to the C-level candidates they wish to court.
Developments notable to the proliferation of Industry 4.0 have arisen all over the world in recent weeks.
Organizations must be cognizant of - and keep an eye out for - certain burgeoning cybersecurity hazards in the new year.
A new approach, spearheaded by new executive leadership, could be just the shot in the arm that certain departments - or perhaps your organization as a whole - may need.
Your organization's focus on cybersecurity must be constant, whether it's "National Cybersecurity Awareness Month" or not.
Two recent developments represent major successes in the autonomous driving field, bringing this bold new phase of modern mobility that much closer to the market.
New CIOs, CTOs and other tech-focused C-level staff have their work cut out for them when replacing predecessors who left on difficult terms.
It's important to hire for all the right reasons, whether bringing on C-level staff or entry-level staff.
There is no single "one-size-fits-all" approach that will work for every organization seeking to undergo digital transformation - each business must find its own way.
While some may disagree on the severity of the skills gap in the tech industry, most people in the field would concur that a gap does exist.
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