Technology

How will digital natives leverage their technology advantages?

There is a digital gap among users within the technology space split into two groups: digital natives and digital immigrants. Essentially, a digital native is an individual born in the 1980s or later who has grown up surrounded by multiple mediums of technology and experienced the evolution of technology, whereas a digital immigrant is someone born prior to 1980 who ... Read More »

Technology helps city manage stormwater system

Wilson is using technology, some engineering and old-fashioned public education in hopes of tackling localized flooding and other stormwater issues. “In a hurricane, you will get some sort of idea how long the storm will be in our area, how much rain it will bring, but for a typical storm, we don’t know if we’ll get 3 inches in four ... Read More »

Building better workspaces with technology

There are approximately 7.6 billion people in this world and nearly half of them are connected to the Internet. The possibility of connecting with everyone, everything and everywhere is changing the way we do things. With most business and corporates offering solutions in IoT and AI, there are tremendous opportunities for further growth. Technology coupled with constantly evolving management practices, has changed ... Read More »

Idaho State University College of Technology Awarded $2.3 Million Grant

From left, Tuckoda Lish from Bancroft and Christopher Evans from Pocatello are current students in the ISU College of Technology’s diesel technology program and they will graduate in May. The Economic Development Administration awarded the grant to Idaho State because the demand for a trained workforce is critical. Idaho State is one of only two schools in the nation that ... Read More »

The Future of Collaboration Technology in 2020 and Beyond

The traditional workplace has endured a substantial transformation over the past ten years as a result of advancements in collaboration technology. As we head into a new decade where remote, freelance, and contracted employees become even more prevalent, and where society has become even more attached to their personal technology devices, driving the need for collaboration technology that operates the ... Read More »

Global Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Toys Market 2019-2023 | Growth of Collaborative Environment in Educational Institutions to Boost Growth | Technavio

Technavio has been monitoring the global science, technology, engineering and mathematics (stem) toys market and it is poised to grow by USD 914.37 million during 2019-2023, progressing at a CAGR of 5% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. Technavio announced its latest ... Read More »

Business Support to Help Grow Monitoring Technology

Pharmaceutical environmental monitoring solutions company Pinpoint Scientific has announced further investment into its business, to aid development of its ImpactAir® product range. Cherwell Laboratories and Development Bank of Wales (DBW) have both taken minority shares in the business; Andy Whittard, Cherwell’s Managing Director, has also taken a seat on the Pinpoint board to help with business strategy and planning while ... Read More »

Technology Is No Substitute For Client Face Time

Your clients are craving belonging and love, especially in the sometimes impersonal world that technology can create.   I see it in my neighborhood grocery store. While management has installed a new self-check-out aisle to save shoppers time, many of us will stand in line knowing that doing so will take a few more minutes, to greet and banter with our ... Read More »

How Fast Is Technology Changing College Athletics? Blink, And You’ll Miss It

Stanford University fell behind in 2017-not in academics, or in athletics (they are consistently ranked #1 in the Learfield Director’s Cup for best overall sports program), but in stadium Wi-Fi performance. In 2011, they were the first FBS stadium to install the technology, and by mid-2017, they were falling behind. The tech was working fine—it’s just that more was being demanded—more video uploading, ... Read More »

Technologies That Will Shape The Next Decade

As we ring in the new decade, it’s worth reflecting on just how much change comes our way in the exponential times in which we live.  Ten years ago, there was no iPad, Tik Tok, Raspberry Pi, Snapchat, Lyft, Tinder, Didi Chuxing… or SparkCognition! Tablets weren’t even a thing. We entered 2010 using slow 3G technology on our cell phones. ... Read More »