Women in STEM

31 05 2015

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The gender gap of women in STEM is setting the industry up for record-low numbers of diversity in under 30 years. Monica Eaton-Cardone, founder and CIO of Global Risk Technologies, says that in order for today’s women to have a chance tomorrow, gender must become a non-factor.

Monica Eaton-Cardone is an entrepreneur and business leader with expertise in technology, e-commerce, risk relativity and payment-processing solutions. She has co-founded a number of successful companies, which globally comprise 350-plus employees. She currently serves as the CIO of GRT, the international organization with subsidiaries in the US, Chargebacks911 and eConsumerServices. Eaton-Cardone has earned a reputation for creative business solutions, helping merchants and banks to achieve sustainable payment-processing practices and supporting consumers in resolving transaction issues. She is a champion of women in IT, and hopes to contribute to an expanded presence of females in technical professions and leadership roles.

Week In Review

  1. Amazon Adds One-Hour Store Delivery in New York City
  2. Tech Blog Spinoff Re/code Is Acquired by Online Media Chain
  3. New York Senator Introduces Bill to Legalize Online Poker
  4. Salesforce doubles down on big data with new analytics tool
  5. Cuomo’s office stops automatically deleting emails amid criticism

When Digital Becomes Human

24 05 2015

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Steven Van Belleghem is the author of WHEN DIGITAL BECOMES HUMAN and is Managing Partner of the innovative research agency InSites Consulting. He is also a marketing professor at the Vlerick Management School. Steven is a successful author. His first book ‘The Conversation Manager’ won the award of the most innovative marketing book in 2010 and sold more than 20.000 copies. His second book ‘The Conversation Company’ was launched in March 2012. Steven is a frequent speaker at conferences around the world. He is known for his enthousiastic, interactive and no-nonsense style.

Week In Review

  1. App provides on-demand dog walkers
  2. Amazon Adds One-Hour Store Delivery in New York City
  3. Schools add software to track student progress
  4. Apple readies Transit subway, train and bus guides for iOS 9 Maps
  5. Firefox to Serve Up Ads Based on Browsing History

Computer Forensics and Cybersecurity

17 05 2015

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Robert Osgood is an accomplished, pro-active professional with expertise in developing and applying technology to law enforcement. A former Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI, Robert now spends his time as the Director of Computer Forensics & Data Analytics at George Mason University. Robert Osgood is also a long time CPA out of the state of New York.

Week In Review

  1. Verizon buys AOL for $4.4B, creating a New York powerhouse that could reshape the way you consume media
  2. Uber and Internet Giants Assail New York City’s Plan to Bolster Rules for Car-Hire Apps
  3. Reddit Introduces Anti-Harassment Policy
  4. Thieves can reset your Apple Watch without a password
  5. Food-delivery site Peapod expands to five boroughs

Hybrid Clouds: The Practical Solution

10 05 2015

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As enterprises consider the use of cloud computing as an adjunct to or a replacement for their own IT infrastructure, it is important to really understand what cloud computing really is, what it is not and who is responsible for addressing performance and reliability issues when they arise. Evaluating this type of move requires a number of different types of expertise. Some of these will be discussed during the show. Another consideration is what enterprises should do with their data centers now that some or all of the workloads have moved elsewhere.

Daniel Kusnetzky, Analyst and Founder of Kusnetzky Group LLC, is responsible for research, publications, and operations. Mr. Kusnetzky has been involved with information technology since the late 1970s.

Before founding Kusnetzky Group LLC, Mr. Kusnetzky held the positions of VP of Research Services at The 451 Group, Executive VP of Corporate and Marketing Strategy at Open-Xchange, VP of System Software Research at International Data Corporation, and Intel/UNIX business manager at Digital Equipment Corporation. This allows him to understand the entire product life cycle of hardware, software and professional services.

Week In Review

  1. Witness Wins The Disrupt NY 2015 Hackathon Grand Prize, Picorico And MoolahMe Are Runners Up
  2. New York City’s newest rock stars: the IT boys
  3. With custom videos, Post sells New York nostalgia
  4. Extra life: Nintendo reverses fortune, turns profit
  5. Foursquare finally relents: Mayorships are coming back in Swarm

The Internet of Things

3 05 2015

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June Severino Feldman is responsible for all marketing and PR efforts at Intelligent Product Solutions, a full service high-tech product design and development company. She began her life of tech in the digital graphic arts field, selling and implementing systems for remote image development collaboration/asset management, largely to fashion and cosmetics firms. June is an instrumental musician and singer, an avid cook, a beach lover and a die-hard New Yorker.

Week In Review

  1. Rebit launches Targeted Remittances for its Customers!
  2. New York exceeds California in startup funding applications: Report
  3. Revolar, the Worlds Smartest Personal Safety Device, Enables Greater Personal Freedom
  4. Alibaba Was the Mystery Investor in Jet.com, the Startup Amazon Competitor
  5. Apple, IBM to bring iPads to 5 million Japanese seniors

Trends in Educational Technology Today

19 04 2015

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Andrew Grefig is Director of Curriculum and Content for Teq. Mr. Grefig is an experienced educator, and professional development expert. At Teq, Mr. Grefig has served as Curriculum and Professional Development Mentor, Senior Instructional Technologist, and Training Specialist.. Before joining Teq, he was Science Deptartment Coordinator for the Eagle Academy of Young Men. He holds a Master of Science for Teachers.

Week In Review

  1. Drivers don’t get the message: Texting-while-driving tickets soar
  2. Microsoft Replaces Lync With Skype For Business
  3. Virtual reality enhances the big screen at Tribeca Film Festival
  4. This week’s $1B-plus startup IPO that’s not Etsy
  5. HarperCollins and Amazon in Multiyear Publishing Deal
  6. Twitter unveiled New Homepage to attract New Visitors

International Auto Show 2015

12 04 2015

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Week In Review

  1. Innovative Apps Improve Commutes for Millions of New Yorkers
  2. Mentoring programs see girls, economically disadvantaged student get head start in STEM careers
  3. A homeless man learned to code and became famous
  4. NY starts taking online applications for crime victims’ aid
  5. Chevy halts Volt build to avoid glut, prep for new model


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