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Data Centers Keeping Pace With Big Data

June 30, 2014

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By Ricky Yung ’15 A major focus for today’s CIO is the management of big data, specifically how and where to store the large amount of data being collected by organizations. A panel of industry experts offered an overview of data storage issues at a Wednesday, June 25 breakfast meeting of The HUB, a networking […]

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Alumni Profile: Matthew Sullivan, ’04

June 10, 2014

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Working Toward Shared Goals: Classmates Make the Difference Taking on the challenge of a graduate degree program while working full-time is always hard, but finding camaraderie in your classmates can help your chances for success or failure. For Matthew P. Sullivan, MS Technology Management ’04, his classmates made the difference. Sullivan says, “Being part of […]

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The Changing Role of the Healthcare CIO

May 15, 2014

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Today, the healthcare CIO has his hand in many aspects of operations. In the constantly evolving healthcare system, the CIO has been steadily gaining greater responsibilities. In a recent whitepaper, SSi Search dubbed the CIO as “healthcare’s new million dollar man” since today’s healthcare CIO is in charge of a large percentage of the annual budget, […]

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Who should get a Masters degree in Technology Management?

April 23, 2014

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What are your goals? Aiming to be CIO? CEO? Start a successful technology business? Or just move up the ranks into an IT leadership position within your current organization? Today’s economy has changed most of our career expectations, but what hasn’t changed is how education opens new doors and new opportunities. A masters degree in […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Alfred N. D. Smith III ’04

March 10, 2014

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Sprinting Up the Corporate Ladder Generally every student attending a graduate degree program does so with the intent of career progression, eventually. But Alfred N. D. Smith III, MS Technology Management ’04, may take the record for the quickest career transition up the ladder while still in a program. “When I began the program I […]

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