The following are some of the tech topics we are following: Dell to Return to Public Markets With Tracking Stock Buyout Five years after it had exited the stock markets, the Tech Titan Dell has decided to go public again. It will be listed on NYSE again by subsuming its tracking stock DVMT in a cash and share-swap deal worth $21.7 billion. Dell Technologies Inc., the world’s … [Read more...] about Dell to be public again, Tech companies search for talent in community colleges, DARPA’s EDA Project, Google enters scooter biz
One of the more common reasons why most organizations push back on spending for cyber security is the lack of a “return on investment.” All that fancy, shiny cyber-y stuff costs a lot of money without providing a clear benefit that is commensurate with the expenditure. Firewalls are expensive. IDS/IPS are expensive. SIEMs are expensive. Talent to run it all (if you can even … [Read more...] about Good Cybersecurity is Not Glamorous
Inventor says Google is patenting work he put in the public domain Apple and Samsung have been accusing each other of copying or stealing patented tech but Google has seldom been involved in such accusations. But Jarek Duda, inventor of ANS video compression concept thinks that Google is copying his tech. Duda says that the search giant is patenting his invention which is in … [Read more...] about Tech as a Career Gains Ground, Microsoft’s Sinks Data, SAP Does Blockchain
The Congressional Artificial Intelligence Caucus was launched in May 2017 by Congressman John Delaney of Maryland. It is co-chaired by Congressman Pete Olson of Texas. The goal of the caucus is to inform policymakers of the technological, economic and social impacts of advances in AI and to ensure that rapid innovation in AI and related fields benefits Americans as fully as … [Read more...] about Congressional Artificial Intelligence Caucus: Helping inform policymakers on impact of AI
Editor's note: This guest post by Alan McGlinchey makes a good case for why Ireland should be considered as the location for your European engineering team. Would love to see similar articles submitted for other locations, but so far it seems Alan is building a very compelling case!.-bg Europe is a vast, lucrative market and having a local tech operation in place to … [Read more...] about How Does Ireland Measure Up as a Location for Starting Your European Engineering Team?