Serendipity at NAB Show

Serendipity at NAB Show How much room is there for luck on the path to success?   We all know the major accomplishment stories of the tech world, and the adjectives that tend to be associated with them; focus, drive, vision, planning, strategy, control. The successful entrepreneurs of the day plan every minute of their…

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Five ways to maximise restaurant success

Five ways to maximise restaurant success  Blog The restaurant trade has never been more competitive. What can restaurants do to maximise their profitability, and win a greater share of the market than competitors? We explore five key steps to develop your business, regardless of size.   Prioritise efficiency Are your wait staff still writing checks,…

AVONIC: Making everything play nicely

Making everything play nicely   Blog   In the good old days of computing, success was all about showing up with the right cables. A VGA cable for the screen. A parallel cable for the printer (or an Iomega Zip drive – remember those?). The keyboard and mouse also had their own unique way of…

Remote production: back where we started

Remote production: back where we started Blog: Bridge Technologies “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers,” famously said Thomas Watson, president of IBM. In fairness, that was back in 1943, when computing was very much in its infancy – and computers were the size of a house. For a long time,…

AI’s Big Challenge

AI’s Big Challenge To make it truly intelligent, researchers need to rethink the way they approach the technology By Garrett Kenyon on February 26, 2019  Scientific American Credit: Andriy Onufriyenko The recently signed executive order establishing the American AI Initiative correctly identifies artificial intelligence as central to American competitiveness and national defense. However, it is unclear if AI has accomplished anywhere near as much…