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Flawed data is putting people with disabilities at risk

Our products are long overdue for a new, fairer data framework to ensure that data is managed with people with disabilities in mind. ...

Data scientists: Bring the narrative to the forefront

Data alone doesn’t spur innovation — rather, it’s data-driven storytelling that helps uncover hidden trends, powers personalization, and streamlines processes. ...

Reform the US low-income broadband program by rebuilding Lifeline

The U.S. Lifeline program, a monthly subsidy designed to help low-income families afford telephone services, needs to be polished to ensure all Americans have access to broadband internet. ...

How startups can ensure CCPA and GDPR compliance in 2021

Small startups might not think the world’s strictest data privacy laws apply to them, but it’s important to enact best data management practices before a legal situation arises. ...

Billion-dollar B2B: cloud-first enterprise tech behemoths have massive potential

Billion-dollar B2B refers to the forces shaping a new class of cloud-first, enterprise-tech behemoths with the potential to reach $1 billion in ARR. ...

To rebuild manufacturing, the US needs to beef up the Small Business Innovation Research program

We have only a small window of time to restore manufacturing as a foundation of American prosperity, and a remarkable but underappreciated federal program has a big role to play. ...

Staying ahead of the curve on Google’s Core Web Vitals

While many view Google's Core Web Vitals as a big hoop to jump through to please the search powers that be, others are seeing -- and seizing -- the opportunities that come along with this change. ...

Dear Sophie: When can I finally come to Silicon Valley?

I was originally looking at opening an office in Silicon Valley to be close to software engineers and investors, but then… COVID-19 :) A lot has changed over the last year - can I still come? ...

4 signs your product is not as accessible as you think

More than 1/4 of the U.S. adult population lives with some form of disability, and businesses that are ignorant or slow to respond to accessibility needs are producing products for a smaller group of users. ...