With AR solutions now projected to be a $175 billion market by 2026, a technology like remote visual assistance has the potential to seamlessly integrate into current support processes and systems.
Record public exit activity is good news for founders and investors, but what about the employees who were granted stock options in those companies?
In order to design, build and maintain a product that meets changing customer demands, companies need a mechanism that provides unbiased insights from people that represent them.
I’m an entrepreneur in Guatemala and would like to come to the United States to expand my tech company. What is the best way to do that?
We talked about the future of work with former Microsoft senior executive and angel investor Eric Boustouller, who joined French multi-stage VC firm C4 Ventures last fall.
While sightseeing in the U.S., we’d like to explore the feasibility of expanding our business in there. Do we need to get a special visa to do that?
Leaders need to get better at understanding and articulating not just why equity is important but also how it’s determined.
Favoring a short-term plan to get a faster go-to-market option is not always bad, provided the business has a backup plan to deliver well-designed code that would simplify future iterations.
When startup founders think of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), we tend to think of "Mad Men"-esque processes, involving dramatic office reshuffling and expensive rebranding.
If the problem you're trying to solve is trust via certification, does a technical integration accelerate compliance?
For threat intelligence teams, it appears old habits die hard. Many remain in the government intel mindset, focused on funneling data to the security operations center (SOC).
I’m currently working on OPT for an early-stage biotech startup. I heard that the next lottery will not select H-1B candidates based on the highest salaries paid. What else should I know?
The late Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen found that in many sectors, low-end disruptors take hold at the bottom of the market and then work up to satisfy more demanding segments.
To avoid the trap of creating self-fulfilling prophecies, here’s the process you should follow for applying AI to small data problems.
"It's not just pushing a button while enjoying a hot chocolate, so for anyone who wants to launch an app in the middle of the holiday season, be prepared to mobilize the entire team."
My fiancée is in the U.S. on a K visa. We’re thinking about eloping to Vegas so we can get started on her green card application before a big wedding in her hometown in the spring. Is that allowed?
Here's another edition of “Dear Sophie,” the advice column that answers immigration-related questions about working at technology companies.
As the Great Resignation gathers pace, businesses that differentiate by leveraging their own data will be most likely to win, retain and recruit the people they need.
If we want chatbots to earn their place, we must ensure that bot developers are equipped with the right knowledge to improve the customer experience.
Usage-based pricing (UBP) has quickly gone from fringe to mainstream in SaaS. Converts to UBP are drawn to the promise of accelerated revenue growth and a more efficient land-and-expand business model