It’s Time for Women to Shine Like Diamonds in the Digital Economy
Today’s computers are no longer toys for the wealthy or rich; just about anyone can leverage technology to do amazing things. IT levels the playing field and enables anyone to be a global problem solver, no matter their race, gender or age.
A Bromance for the Ages: When IT met OT
To this pantheon of duo-ed greatness we now add Chad from IT (Information Technology) and Stan from OT (Operational Technology). This is their story.
Cisco’s Laura Quintana: Empowering through Technology
This post originally appeared in Latino Leaders Magazine in December 2016. Laura joined Cisco in 1999 and currently leads the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) field operations worldwide. She and her team, based in 40 countries, help shape and drive public-private partnerships to design, implement and operate strategic CSR programs in the areas of IT education and […]
Three Things I Learned in Mexico
As I fly back from a few days visiting manufacturing facilities in Mexico, I wanted to share three things I learned on the trip.
Top 5 Takeaways from the London Gartner Data Center Conference 2016
Over the past few years, I've attended Gartner's Data Center Conference in London (see 2013, 2014, and 2015 !). As always, it was...
Celebrating Women in STEM on Ada Lovelace Day
For every young woman who wants to pursue a career in science, math, engineering, or technology (STEM), look no further than Ada Lovelace. Born in 1815 at the heart of the Industrial Revolution, she gravitated toward the fascinating world of science and mathematics, eventually becoming the world’s first computer programmer. Her lengthy studies connected her […]