- Why Data Plots the Path to a Green Futureby admin on 2022-09-30 at 06:00
Dr Murray Simpson, Global Director Sustainability & Market Integration Lead at IBM, believes climate change is an existential threat. The drive to reverse the effects of human-induced global warming has led to the creation of global targets to limit climate change. But we’re already failing to meet the 1.5°C target set in 2015 by the The post Why Data Plots the Path to a Green Future appeared first on TechNative.
- Will You Build or Buy? Implementing a System for Software Entitlement, Licensing, & Usage Managementby admin on 2022-09-28 at 06:00
A new house is being built in my neighborhood. The builder, who is the homeowner, is an electrician and has construction skills and experience. He appears to be taking every component into consideration to make the process as efficient as possible, preparing the lot, pouring the foundation, getting the building up and under roof quickly, The post Will You Build or Buy? Implementing a System for Software Entitlement, Licensing, & Usage Management appeared first on TechNative.
- 3 Major Risks Enterprises Face in the Era of Digital Interconnectivityby admin on 2022-09-28 at 06:00
Today, enterprise-scale companies are more interconnected than ever. People, applications, servers, networks, and devices in different departments and even in different parts of the world are constantly exchanging information in both the public and private cloud. That’s not a bad thing. In fact, most organisations strive for this kind of silo-less interconnectivity. Desirable as it The post 3 Major Risks Enterprises Face in the Era of Digital Interconnectivity appeared first on TechNative.
- The rush to digitise can damage customer experienceby admin on 2022-09-28 at 06:00
With Apple set to launch its newest iOS 16 updates this raises the question; are companies rushing to implement new technologies too quickly, and leaving less tech-savvy employees behind? By scrambling to migrate to cloud technologies and constantly digitise, companies risk alienating their less tech-savvy employees who are not comfortable with new and perceived complicated The post The rush to digitise can damage customer experience appeared first on TechNative.
- IoT is the Killer App for Edge Computingby admin on 2022-09-26 at 06:07
To become dominant, every technology needs to find its spark. For cloud computing, it was the explosion of software-as-a-service and mobile devices. Today, there are more than 5.3 billion mobile phone users in the world, meaning nearly seven out of every 10 people on Earth are downloading data and information from networked servers built specifically The post IoT is the Killer App for Edge Computing appeared first on TechNative.
- Making customer success a growth engine with databy admin on 2022-09-26 at 06:07
A powerful strategy in today’s digital and data world is putting customer data at the centre of business operations. For native SaaS businesses, it should be a fundamental part of daily business operations. For other organisations, the ability to use this data often arises from digital transformation initiatives. Typically the end goal is to use The post Making customer success a growth engine with data appeared first on TechNative.
- VCs at Freestyle, Plexo Capital and Sequoia join Startup Battlefield judgesby Lauren Simonds on 2022-09-30 at 15:00
Are you ready to rumble, TechCrunch style? Twenty of the most promising and creative early-stage startups — chosen from the elite Startup Battlefield 200 — will bring the heat for $100,000 in the world-renown Startup Battlefield competition at TechCrunch Disrupt on October 18–20 in San Francisco. We have an outstanding cohort of VCs ready to VCs at Freestyle, Plexo Capital and Sequoia join Startup Battlefield judges by Lauren Simonds originally published on TechCrunch
- YouTube TV users can now subscribe to standalone networks without a base planby Lauren Forristal on 2022-09-30 at 14:33
YouTube TV launched a new option that allows subscribers to purchase add-ons without subscribing to the full channel offering in the service’s Base plan. With this new à la carte plan, subscribers can access more than 20 add-on channels, from Showtime and HBO Max to NBA League Pass, MLB.TV, and Starz among others. This confirms YouTube TV users can now subscribe to standalone networks without a base plan by Lauren Forristal originally published on TechCrunch
- We’re all just a Hop, Skip and a Drive away from a better Hustleby Natasha Mascarenhas on 2022-09-30 at 14:00
Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. Before we get into this week’s show notes, some programming notes: First up, use code “EQUITY” for a special listener discount for Disrupt tickets. We’re less than one month away! We also have a special We’re all just a Hop, Skip and a Drive away from a better Hustle by Natasha Mascarenhas originally published on TechCrunch
- Arrival produces long-awaited battery-electric commercial vanby Jaclyn Trop on 2022-09-30 at 13:20
EV startup Arrival said Friday it has produced its first battery-electric van, a significant step toward its goal to deliver the vans to commercial customers at scale. The Arrival van is the first vehicle built at the company’s Microfactory in Bicester, U.K., which uses autonomous mobile robots instead of a traditional assembly line. The remaining Arrival produces long-awaited battery-electric commercial van by Jaclyn Trop originally published on TechCrunch
- Astra brings on new CFO as it looks to scale launch and propulsion businessesby Aria Alamalhodaei on 2022-09-30 at 13:01
Astra is bringing on Silicon Valley veteran Axel Martinez as its new Chief Financial Officer, a C-suite change that in many ways demarcates a new chapter for the space company. Martinez’s career includes a decade tenure at Google, where he held multiple roles including head of capital markets; VP of treasury at Uber; and CFO Astra brings on new CFO as it looks to scale launch and propulsion businesses by Aria Alamalhodaei originally published on TechCrunch
- Social media a factor in death of UK schoolgirl, inquest findsby Natasha Lomas on 2022-09-30 at 12:56
The inquest into the death of British schoolgirl, Molly Russell, has concluded that social media was a factor in her demise, the BBC reports. The 14-year-old had viewed thousands of pieces of content about self-harm and suicide on online platforms, including Instagram and Pinterest, prior to her death in November 2017. Reaching a conclusion on Social media a factor in death of UK schoolgirl, inquest finds by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch
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- The Best USB Flash Drives for Ultra-Portable Storageby Simon Hill on 2022-09-30 at 14:00
These WIRED-tested memory sticks are a virtual filing cabinet in your pocket.
- Facebook Freeloads Off Newspapers. This Plan Might Stop Itby Benjamin Wofford on 2022-09-30 at 13:30
The Journalism Competition and Protection Act would allow publishers to finally bargain with Meta and Google.
- Why Jann Wenner Let WIRED Start the Rolling Stone of Techby Steven Levy on 2022-09-30 at 13:00
Plus: Hackers in paradise, Metaverse fashion victims, and street sharks.
- The Apple Watch Ultra Can Weather Your Rugged Weekend Adventuresby Adrienne So on 2022-09-30 at 13:00
This tough new smartwatch has awesome safety and workout features. It’s also a great way to stay connected in the wilderness—for better and for worse.
- Hugh Jackman, Liar, to Return as Wolverine in Deadpool 3by Angela Watercutter on 2022-09-30 at 13:00
The announcement came in the most fun way possible, but seriously—maybe it’s time the actor hung up the claws.
- Skullcandy's Jib True 2 Earbuds Are Cute and Affordableby Medea Giordano on 2022-09-30 at 13:00
These cool-looking in-ears pull on the heartstrings of 90s nostalgia, with added environmental efforts.