TYE 2018 Global Competition

Dear TiE DC Community: I hope you are enjoying your summer with family and friends! We are excited to share what TiE DC has been up to, and what's ahead for the fall. TYE 2018 Global Competition Last month, TiE DC played host to high school students from 20 TiE chapters around the world [...]

Four Ways to Leverage Artificial Intelligence

May 19, 2018 By Harish Pai Consider a 30-year-old individual weighing 130 pounds, who exercises regularly and has no chronic ailments or insurance claims. Health insurance providers categorize him as “low risk.”  However, the following year, he gains 40 pounds, which now raise health concerns, and this makes him a “high-risk” patient. For this type [...]

Lost in Penn Station? Amtrak Has an App to Guide You

Amtrak has developed an app to help navigate Pennsylvania Station, which can be a confusing labyrinth for even the most seasoned travelers.CreditJeenah Moon for The New York Times By Patrick McGeehan Dec. 13, 2017 Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan is such a confusing, multilevel maze of corridors lined with pizza parlors and coffee shops [...]

Amtrak Launches FindYourWay App to Help Passengers Navigate New York Penn Station

Available for iOS and Android, app will share real-time boarding information, streamlining commuter transit NEW YORK – Amtrak today announced that it launched FindYourWay, a real-time customer information beacon technology-enabled app, for exclusive use inside New York Penn Station. The app provides real-time gate, train, and boarding information for Amtrak customers and also helps direct [...]

These are the 34 Companies, People and Products Leading the Business World

Annual Business Intelligence Group Awards For Business Highlight Superior Performances Of Large And Small Organizations, Executives And Products Today, the Business Intelligence Group announced the winners of the 2017 BIG Awards for Business program. The organization’s annual program was advertised as the “________ of the Year” program and was launched to reward those companies, products [...]

How to Combat Ransomware

By Harish Pai In a devastating attack this May, ransomware hijacked the National Health Service in the United Kingdom, with staff getting locked out of their computers and hospitals being forced to send away patients and reroute ambulances. And this June, it was reported that US hospitals were hit by a global ransomware attack. In [...]

Smarter collaboration platforms poised to be the century’s next blockbuster ‘drug’

Written by Sri Bharadwaj, Director, Information Services and CISO, UC Irvine Health Our healthcare systems have been inundated by an incredible volume of data. Whether it is as information streaming in from patients’ wearable devices, as secure text exchanges between physicians about treatment plans or in the ready availability of digitized pathology and radiology reports, [...]

45 hospital and healthcare executives outline the hospital of the future

Written by Laura Dyrda One hundred years from now, hospitals will be nearly unrecognizable as care moves to the outpatient setting and organizations integrate artificial intelligence, telemedicine and other IT applications to care for patients outside the walls of their institution. Forty-five healthcare executives, including five from hospital C-suites, describe the key trends disrupting the [...]

‘THE AMERICAN DREAM WITH AUBURN AS THE BACKBONE’ – ENTREPRENEUR SANJAY GOVIL

Auburn graduate Sanjay Govil founded Infinite Computer Solutions in 1999. Sanjay Govil's first exposure to Auburn football came as a student when he tutored Steve Wallace, a future three-time Super Bowl winner, in math. "He was totally focused on his degree at Auburn," Govil says. "He used to come every day to class [...]

Beyond Signal: How Trump staffers could encrypt and archive

Confide, one of the encrypted messaging apps allegedly used by the Trump administration to hide its communications from Presidential archives, hides the text of messages until the user swipes over it. Photo by Seth Rosenblatt/The Parallax Members of the Executive Office of the President, perhaps responding to internal calls for buttoned-up communications, have [...]