Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Friday, February 19,2021

Feature of the Week

subset technology of AI—empowers organizations to harness its self-learning capability for completely automated cybersecurity framework.  Read more
Holiday season is a hectic time for the retailers as they have to maintain both online and offline retail outlets. To get through this season on top of the competition, some of the preparations discussed are necessary  Read more
Generally, the new models of EVs can run 150 miles per charge, but charging on the road can increase the range of the vehicle, making it possible to cover a longer distance.  Read more


By Robert Walden, CIO, Epsilon  
The primary purpose of any network monitoring solution is to detect and prevent issues before they become service-impacting events.  Read more
By Jack Suess, CIO, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)  
A major challenge in HigherEd is to increaseouragility without increasing costs or limiting future flexibility.  Read more
By Scott Bordenkircher, Director, Technology Innovation & Integration, Arizona Public Service  
The possibility is slim that Ben Franklin could have imagined what his kite and key would turn into 260 years later.  Read more
By Charles McConnell, Executive Director, Center for Carbon Management in Energy, University of Houston  
There is a “future of energy” battle raging today, illustrated by the rhetoric about climate change and impending doom vs. the need to provide more energy at a competitive cost.  Read more


By Jakob van Zyl, Co-Founder and CEO  
A satellite data company delivering its in-house software and extensive databases to provide agricultural companies with necessary thermal data. It empowers them with more accessible and actionable analytics to effectuate better precision farming...  Read more
By Yassine Mountacif, Founder  
The company's state-of-the-art technology applies A.I to video streams in order to guarantee a robust & frictionless identity verification process  Read more
By Erny Niederberger, CEO and Co-Founder  
Swisens AG develops advanced sensing technologies to monitor environmental threats in our surrounding air. The company focuses currently on detecting and identifying pollen accurately and in real-time, as such allergies affect more than 20 percent...  Read more