Will Tech Ever Rule The World?
What Startups Can Learn From Satya Nadella
Blockbuster films such as The Terminator, The Matrix and Ex-Machina hit it big on the silver screen because of the possibilities of each one’s premise. The real question now is if the day is already at hand when fiction turns into reality and Artificial Intelligence or AI takes over the world.
The Importance of Data Privacy for Startups
Microsoft recently exceeded expectations for its 2018 3rd quarter reports with a whopping $30.6 billion revenue. Credit goes to its chief executive officer Satya Nadella, who brought the giant tech company on an epic rebound that’s one for the books.
How To Network in Coworking Spaces
Your startup company can sometimes be overwhelmed by an avalanche of data which may come from customer information, employee records, or operational metrics among many others. But you’ll need all these data to come up with improved strategies and business plans that can help you move forward.
How to Effectively Market an AI Startup
Coworking spaces offer professionals a more flexible and casual environment for work as compared to traditional office spaces.
Are Coworking Spaces Really Worth It?
The day is nigh for AI! But don’t worry—this is not an apocalyptic statement that will lead to world domination care of cyborgs and androids, (or at least not in the negative sense anyway). Today, Artificial Intelligence or AI, has become a part of many people’s lives around the world.
Top 5 Most Ridiculous Startups We Never Asked For
Startup companies are sprouting left and right globally and the most ideal workplace for this emerging niche are office spaces where they can be flexible, experience convenience, and provide comfort for employees.
Overcoming Your Productivity Woes
Google Play and the App Store are cluttered with thousands of apps. Some are definitely very useful to our everyday lives but a few can also be cringe-worthy ones that merit either an eyeroll or facepalm, or both at the same time.
So you have a number of employees working for your startup company but somehow productivity seems too low and you can’t quite pinpoint the problem. Is there something wrong with your strategies or your workflow?