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For the past decade, growth rates have defined success for most technology companies. Moore’s Law enabled unprecedented computing power, setting off a sprint in winner-take-all marketplaces with increasing returns to… Read more »

AI Powers ‘Self-Healing’ Technology

Companies are tapping artificial intelligence to automate the care of their operations and information-technology infrastructure, finding that AI can identify and fix problems more quickly than humans. Source: AI Powers… Read more »

Innovation: 5 do’s and don’ts to get people outside the comfort zone

One of the trickiest parts of leading a large team is motivating them to innovate. As the one in the organization most often looked to for innovation, you must push… Read more »

How To Foster Immediate Lasting Success For Female Entrepreneurs And Startups

While the number of female entrepreneurs is growing globally, women continue to face challenges on their startup journey. Source: How To Foster Immediate Lasting Success For Female Entrepreneurs And Startups

Video and Messaging Enable Remote Work. But is it right for your company?

Four-day work week. Open-plan offices. Work-life balance. Remote work. There are endless ways to set up your team and company for success. And there’s evidence for and against all of… Read more »

Five Traditional Industries On The Verge Of An Innovation Boom

What do you think about when you hear the terms “disruption” and “technological innovation?” What industries and sectors come to mind? Source: Five Traditional Industries On The Verge Of An… Read more »

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Building a Startup That Will Last

For the past decade, growth rates have defined success for most technology companies. Moore’s Law enabled unprecedented computing power, setting off a sprint in winner-take-all marketplaces with increasing returns to… Read more »

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6 Broad Trends Emerge for Future of Ed Tech

People researching education technology and learning science — cyberlearning — populate the landscape. A new report from the Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning has undertaken the ambitious project of sifting through… Read more »

What Is Blockchain Technology?

Few people understand what it is, but Wall Street banks, IT organizations, and consultants are buzzing about blockchain technology. It’s hard to remove blockchain from Bitcoin, so we’ll start with… Read more »

Artificial Intelligence Is Now Your Coworker

Last fall, Google Translate rolled out a new-and-improved artificial intelligence translation engine that it claimed was, at times, “nearly indistinguishable” from human translation. Jost Zetzsche could only roll his eyes. The German native… Read more »

HR Technology For 2018: Ten Disruptions Ahead

For many years the focus on HR technology was to automate and integrate HR practices. This meant online payroll, record-keeping, learning management, resume capture, interview and hiring, assessment, performance appraisals,… Read more »

The #1 Problem in EdTech? It’s Not What You Think!

Like other fields that are driven by technology, innovation and research — such as cyber security, biotech and unified communications — EdTech is constantly changing; sometimes for the better, sometimes… Read more »

Medtech Employers Need to Keep Pace with Job Market

The medical device and diagnostics industry is a smart place to build a career. Professionals working in the field say they enjoy the work for the chance to pioneer new… Read more »

Petrics To Be Shown As ‘Innovation Award’ Winner At CES

The company has three full-time employees, including Hall and Johnson, and is currently based at tekMountain. There are about 14 other subcontractors and partners are working on the company’s product at… Read more »

Petrics To Be Shown As 'Innovation Award' Winner At CES – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Greater Wilmington Business JournalPetrics To Be Shown As 'Innovation Award' Winner At CESGreater Wilmington Business JournalThe company has three full-time employees, including Hall and Johnson, and is currently based at… Read more »

4 Top Growth Picks to Avoid Tax Tangle in MedTech

According a report by Business Insider, the Republican tax plan repeals an itemized deduction that applies to healthcare expenses. If the new bill gets implemented, families with high healthcare expenditure will be… Read more »

Firm proposes 2 new mixed-use projects on Military Cutoff Road – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Firm proposes 2 new mixed-use projects on Military Cutoff Road  Greater Wilmington Business JournalA Wilmington-based real estate development firm is proposing two mixed-use communities that will include affordable apartments, townhomes and… Read more »

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