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Star Wars Saga: R2-D2 — The Wild Years

R2-D2 was an R2-series Astromech droid designed by high tech manufacturer Industrial Automaton. The brave droid — along with his persnickety protocol droid counterpart C-3PO— played a pivotal role in saving the galaxy.

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Cybersecurity​ ​Against​ ​Cyberattacks

A new era of cybersecurity threats has dawned. The first two quarters of 2017 saw the inordinate of cybersecurity meltdowns: viral, state-sponsored ransomware, leaks of spy tools from the US intelligence agencies, and full-on campaign hackings. This is the continuation of the cyber war from the​ ​early​ ​years.

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Big Data and Blockchain

While Big Data is able to process data no matter its variety, velocity and volume, Blockchain brings transparency and simplicity to processes no matter the type of industry.

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Women in Tech - A Competitive Advantage

It's 2017, yet women still face discrimination in many aspects. In the tech industry alone, which supposedly takes the lead in disrupting traditional business models, discrimination towards women is even more prominent with numerous scandals and glaring gender inequality in the workplace. Startups have the opportunity to recognize the benefits of gender diversity at the outset.

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Terrifying Tales of PLM Past

Over the millennia, Halloween has evolved from a somber pagan ritual to a day of costumes, parades and treats for children. The merriment also includes ghost stories—mostly revolving around haunted OEMs—that are spooky enough to send shivers up the spine.

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The Importance of Hardware

When I started my career building one of the most iconic products – Motorola Razr - I learnt that hardware always matters. My learning has stood the test of time.

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Personal Artificial Intelligence

Engaging with customers daily can sometimes be fascinating. With so many new ideas and innovations in the tech world every year, the eagerness to talk to them and share this with them is great. It can be humbling then, astonishing even, when you go to a customer to talk about a topic like Machine Learning, only to see that not only have they embraced your technology, but are already pushing the boundaries in ways you haven’t seen previously. And when the person giving you a detailed instruction of what they’re doing is barely out of college, it does fill you with some excitement and optimism.