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August 22, 2019
Feature of the Week
Blockchain, an immutable technology incorporated with unique security features penetrates different industries.
AI chip translates conventional products into a current generation of microprocessors, which are quicker and utilizes less energy.
Microsoft's Soundscape replicates the behavior by creating a meticulous audio map that communicates what is taking place around a visually impaired person.
The integration of IoT into ERP systems will enhance the data gathering and analyzing capabilities of organizations, ensuring greater return of investment (ROI).
Featured Vendors
Dandelion delivers end-to-end solutions, from strategy and system architecture to deployment and integration.
Flight Research's business focus is in three separate but interrelated areas: Advanced Flight Training; Flight Test; and Defense Contractor Services.
Codence provides the Genesis Financial Suite built on the innovative FileMaker platform, enabling out-of-the-box capabilities for transactions, accounting, and business intelligence with off-the-charts customizability.
Ranomics offer high throughput screening services and tools for wide range of applications including protein engineering and characterization, drug discovery and synthetic biological applications.
CIO Viewpoint
Dave Henderson, CIO, Millennium Health
Patients, providers and payers now expect the same intuitive and interactive experience that they have with an airline or rideshare app.
Carol Jones, CIO, Sandia National Laboratories
Managing cyber supply chain risk requires ensuring that products and services are secure and of high quality and integrity, making for a strong and resilient supply chain ecosystem.
Ed Toner, CIO, State of Nebraska
The basic elements of leadership, I learned immediately upon graduating college in the early 1980's as an Industrial Engineer, in a manufacturing plant, in Waco, Texas.
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CXO Insights
By Kevin Burns, CISO, Draper
Characteristics that make a solid InfoSec candidate include: an innate passion regarding protecting the workplace from cyber threats, a basic understanding of business concepts, as well as a great desire to break out of their comfort zone.
By Kevin Deal, VP, North America, Aerospace & Defense, IFS
Effective tail planning can provide airlines with an edge as they keep passengers happy and protect their bottom line.
By Justin Arbuckle, Senior VP, Scotiabank
At some point they make a leap into technology choice where, usually, the business stakeholders look away in confusion, Enterprise Architects rub their hands in glee and the engineers who will be left implementing the decisions run for the hills.
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