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Exploring the Future of Design at Autodesk University 2016

I was struck by the number of attendees wearing VR goggles to experience 3D visualization software.  Virtual reality (VR) was the star of the show at Autodesk University 2016, held Nov. 15-17 in Las Vegas. Looking around the show floor, there were many demos offering VR goggles to experience Autodesk visualization software in a 3D, …continue reading Exploring the Future of Design at Autodesk University 2016

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Smart Hospitals Need to be Secured

I want my hospital to be smart, but I demand it be secure and safe!  A new report from the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) outlines strong recommendations for hospitals to protect themselves from cyber risks as they embrace new technology. The Best Care Possible When we or our loved ones …continue reading Smart Hospitals Need to be Secured

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The Future Looks Bright: GE & Intel Ignite Industrial Internet Innovation

Like many people in Silicon Valley, I am passionate about the application of technology toward the environment, human productivity, healthcare and safety. Before arriving at Intel, I spent time at General Electric as the chief operating officer for GE Digital … Read more >

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The Path to CIO: From Paris to the Sierra Nevadas

“When I grow up, I want to be a CIO”, said no child…ever! Firefighter, police officer, doctor, just about anything…but not CIO! CIO of Brain Balance Achievement Centers, Stephane Bourles’ Path to CIO took him from the bright lights and romance of Paris, France to Grass Valley, California in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada …continue reading The Path to CIO: From Paris to the Sierra Nevadas

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Cybercriminals Next Targets: Long Term Prizes (part 2 of 2)

In the previous blog, Cybercriminals Next Targets: Short Term Dangers (part 1 of 2), I outlined how cybercriminals will use the holiday season to victimize unwary consumers and target businesses. They will also dive deeper into leveraging Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices.  The longer-term outlook expands their reach to more bold and potentially more lucrative pastures. Rise …continue reading Cybercriminals Next Targets: Long Term Prizes (part 2 of 2)

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Cybercriminals Next Targets: Short Term Dangers (part 1 of 2)

Where Cybercriminals Will Go Knowing what cybercriminals are targeting today is easy.  Their attacks are loud, impactful, and have the elegance of a herd of bulls crashing through a glassware shop.  The tougher challenge is figuring out where they will take aim tomorrow.  Knowing where cyber threats will attack in the future, gives the necessary …continue reading Cybercriminals Next Targets: Short Term Dangers (part 1 of 2)

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Announcing Our Latest Partnership in Cloud Solutions

  I had the privilege of sharing the stage with Mercer Rowe, Vice President, Strategic Partners IBM Cloud, at Cloud Expo West where we introduced the Intel® Optane™  SSD Innovator Testbed.  The Testbed is powered by Lenovo servers running in IBM’s world-class cloud data centers, and will be available at the end of the year.  …continue reading Announcing Our Latest Partnership in Cloud Solutions

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5 Tips for Integrating New Small Business Tech

Integration of new tech tools with existing ones is the second most significant tech concern of small business owners. And it’s no coincidence that it falls directly under their highest concern of cost. Small business owners struggle to understand the range of affordable technology tools in the marketplace, how to implement, maintain, and evaluate them, …continue reading 5 Tips for Integrating New Small Business Tech

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Shifting our thinking: Healthcare and the cyber security landscape

Author: Gordon Morrison, Director of Government Relations, Intel Security Fundamental shifts in the digital environment present both an opportunity and a sector-wide threat for the healthcare industry, as it continues to address increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks. Speaking at The King’s Fund Annual Conference recently, I discussed the need for NHS organisations to not only understand the …continue reading Shifting our thinking: Healthcare and the cyber security landscape

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Intel® DCM: Whereby Dog Food Becomes a Home-Cooked Meal

The popular television actor, with his venerable presence and naturally rugged good looks, was effortlessly persuasive. In order to entice consumers to have confidence in their products, Alpo’s TV commercial and print campaigns emphasized that its spokespersons used the very products they advertised. Against a pastoral backdrop enters Lorne Greene, the consummate patriarch attired in …continue reading Intel® DCM: Whereby Dog Food Becomes a Home-Cooked Meal

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5G Opens the Door for Tech Possibility

While the IoT is commonly called the “Internet of Things,” I prefer to think of it as the “Intelligence of Things.” Intelligence that is manifested via meaningful insights that deep analytics derive from data generated by numerous “things” like endpoint devices, sensors, cell phones, cars, and machines. However, to be truly intelligent, these endpoints need …continue reading 5G Opens the Door for Tech Possibility

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