This year through a partnership with Microsoft, Clover, and Gigi’s Playhouse we’ve been pursuing a powerful effort of driving engagement in AI for Good by enabling individuals with cognitive disabilities to do meaningful work in safe workforce and manufacturing environments. The components of the solution are: Mixed reality experience for the participant Intelligently led participant […]
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I recorded a Beer 30 on Windows Virtual Desktop, featuring Brian Voelz. Great opportunity for great conversation regarding a technology that is influencing the WFH and onboarding landscape.
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The greatest blessing I’ve been given has been to be a husband and a father to seven kids. These experiences have shaped who I am and who I want to be. They cause me to earnestly desire to serve my family in a sacrificial manner. In looking at the lessons I’ve learned as a dad, […]
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Ever watch “Man vs. Wild”? I remember him eating something crazy and thinking, wow… that’s pretty intense… I don’t know if I could do that. He said, “when you need to survive, you do what is necessary”. Even more, when you learn what you can do, you learn what you now must do and you […]
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Is your company ready to respond in a mature and appropriate way to the Coronavirus, while still delivering a similar level of productivity, company culture, and customer engagement? The stock market is saying “no”, most companies aren’t. In fact, the expectation is that trillions of dollars will leave the economy as a result of this […]
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Every quarter we receive a call from a company that has been taken advantage of by a serious security event, typically ransomware or phishing, but also sometimes events more complicated. In many cases enterprise organizations have 95% of their datacenter and end user computing environments compromised. Not surprisingly, in examining these events I’ve consistently noticed […]
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There are two types of enterprise companies. Those leveraging technology to disrupt their market and those going out of business. The latter might be a slow burn, or more-likely a cliff. Do you have a technology leadership strategy that is positioned to navigate this transition, or are you sitting on the sidelines in an endless […]
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