Technology has, for a long time now, been positively influencing the traditional workplace, with tech companies always looking to develop the latest advancements to see just how far they can take tech. On the consumer side, organizations and companies are also always looking to secure the newest generation of tools and gadgets in an effort
Yashar Kafi For decades now, the tech sector has been reaching dizzying new heights year-by-year. And, every so often, it has dragged other industries with it, disrupting the way that they run and transforming their everyday operations. The disruption has been seismic, and companies that still rely on traditional running methods are being forced to
I saw a very interesting quote, CFO asks CEO: “What happens if we invest in developing our people and they leave us?” CEO: “What happens if we don’t, and they stay?” The truth is, when it comes to the workplace, it’s hard to refute that your organization’s talent is, quite literally, its most valuable asset.
By Yashar Kafi When I hear, The Internet of Things (IoT), I can’t help but think it refers to “smart” refrigerators, “smart” thermostats, and the Apple Watch. Day-to-day machines, accessories, or just “things” that are connected to the Internet and harvest data in some way are all part of the Internet of Things’ web. The