How big data can help supermarkets tackle food waste
If a supermarket is provided real-time information and analytics that track their processes related to food disposal, they can better manage the amount and timing of what they order.
How to make your Windows 10 computer boot quicker with 'Fast Startup'
If you've been wondering why your computer takes too long to boot, it may be because you don’t have "Fast Startup" configured in your system. In this guide, we’ll show you how to enable the feature in Windows 10, and when you want to keep it disabled to avoid problems.
Using the new Shuttle SH370R8 as home lab server with VMware ESXi
In January 2019 I did a review of the Shuttle SH370R6 (link) using VMware ESXi. A couple of weeks ago the new Shuttle SH370R8 is released. The main differences between the Shuttle SH370R6 and SH370R8 are: Ready for the 8th/9th Gen Intel Coffee Lake processors Dual Intel Gigabit Ethernet An extra fan in front of ... Read more
With a focus on the college-bound, career and technical education to expand in 10 schools
A new city program will help 10 schools either launch or expand career and technical education programs this fall.
This Throwable Computer Teaches Kids How To Code
Hackaball gives kids the power to program their own games, and takes coding outside.
ESG Trends to Watch in 2019
We highlight five of the most pressing challenges and opportunities ESG institutional investors face in 2019
How the Samish Indian Nation Automated Grant Approval with Laserfiche Forms
Learn how the Samish Indian Nation used Laserfiche Forms to reduce grant approval time from one week to just one day.
The Un-College That's Training $100,000 App Developers
General Assembly offers high-tech training face to face. Google and the Department of Education are paying attention.
Primary Care Providers Help Guide Us to Better Health
**Sara May, MD** It is common for people – especially young, working adults who are seemingly healthy – to ask themselves at some point whether they need a primary care provider. The answer is yes,…
Why Your Machine Shop Will Have a 3D Printer
In the future, we’re likely to take it for granted that small machining businesses routinely use 3D printing as a complement to their machine tools. The 3D printer can do work that frees up the more valuable machines.