Innovation

Jerrier A. Haddad: An Appreciation

Many college students hold part-time jobs. Jerry Haddad took a job at IBM while a student at Cornell – and embarked upon a 38-year career in which he helped lead IBM into the computer age. Haddad, one of IBM’s titans of technology, died on March 31, 2017 at the age of 94. The child of […]

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Study: As ‘Uber Syndrome’ Wanes, CxOs Refocus on Traditional Targets

Two years ago, a new phenomenon was dominating the minds of CxOs all over the world. One executive from the U.S. transportation industry described it succinctly as: “the ‘Uber Syndrome’ — when a competitor with a completely different business model enters your industry and flattens you.” Indeed, many business leaders expressed the same fear, that […]

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Blockchain: It Really is a Big Deal

Many college students hold part-time jobs. Jerry Haddad took a job at IBM while a student at Cornell – and embarked upon a 38-year career in which he helped lead IBM into the computer age. Haddad, one of IBM’s titans of technology, died on March 31, 2017 at the age of 94. The child of […]

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Taking the New Era of Computing to Healthcare

By Michael Rhodin When biomedical companies develop and test new products, they are required by law to employ management systems that prove that everything they do follows the rules concerning safety, quality and privacy. That includes the computers and software they use. Because of the strict requirements, these industries have found it difficult to take advantage […]

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Using Data Analytics to Speed Up Clinical Drug Trials

By Lars-Olof Eriksson I have been involved in clinical drug development for over 35 years and it’s gratifying for me to see the progress that has been made to help people who are stricken with various diseases to live longer and healthier lives. For me, this is personal. Two of my children have Type I […]

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