Kayla Matthews

What You Need to Know About GameStop’s Data Breach

By Kayla Matthews | June 19, 2017

GameStop’s Data Breach Just in case you missed it, GameStop quietly announced a major data breach of sensitive customer information which occurred for a six-month period. We say “quietly” announced because they sent out snail mail letters to anyone that

The Computer Interface of the Future Is Voice

By Kayla Matthews | June 5, 2017

The Computer Interface of the Future Is Voice Only a few years ago, many people viewed voice-recognition technology as something that lagged far behind human performance. In order to make it work properly, individuals often had to state things several

The Smart Cloud – Microsoft Wants to Streamline AI Adoption

By Kayla Matthews | May 17, 2017

Microsoft Streamline AI Adoption Artificial intelligence, or AI, has begun to see incorporation into more and more of the technologies we use every day. What not too long ago seemed like a futuristic fantasy has become a reality. Although the

Big Data Gives Insight to Consumer Trends

Big Data Is a Competitive Advantage in Any Industry

By Kayla Matthews | May 4, 2017

Big Data Competitive Advantage The various ways major companies — and even entire industries — have begun utilizing methods to capture and analyze big data has gotten a significant amount of attention over the last few years. The level of

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How The Cloud Will Make VR Gaming More Popular

By Kayla Matthews | April 21, 2017

VR Gaming Cloud As far as many gamers are concerned, the future of video games lies in two main areas: the cloud and virtual reality. Each entity is poised to influence the gaming industry on its own, and in the

The Robotics Revolution: The Good, the Bad and the Most Affected Industries

By Kayla Matthews | April 7, 2017

The Robotics Revolution The robotics revolution is coming — whether we want it to or not. Gone are the days of rough, awkward robots that could only perform the simplest tasks. The newest generation of robots is capable of performing

Companies Must Be More Transparent About Security Moving Forward

By Kayla Matthews | March 21, 2017

Security and Transparency You may remember, Home Depot was affected by a sizeable data breach in 2014. The incident is widely considered one of the largest point-of-sale heists of all time because over 56 million credit cards were involved, read and

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We Can’t Have Smarter Cities Until We Get Smarter About Big Data

By Kayla Matthews | March 8, 2017

Smart Cities and Smarter Data Imagine the smart city of the future, for a moment, or how you see it. What kind of technology exists and allows citizens to thrive? Self-driving public transportation vehicles that run on a tight and

3 Simple Ways Big Data Is Helping Young Adults

By Kayla Matthews | February 20, 2017

Big Data Is Helping Young Adults A lot has been said about how big data and cloud technology could help executives streamline their processes, let retail professionals know what customers really want, give insight about how to make shopping more

What Do Fruit Flies and Big Data Have to Do with Your Brain?

By Kayla Matthews | February 1, 2017

Big Data and your Brain You may have heard about how big data is helping scientists come to terms with things they could have never realized so quickly without the collective resources and efficient approach that big data offers. Scientific

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