Waterfront Tech Series – What We Brought To The Table, Literally

The Waterfront Tech Series has been taking Baltimore by storm over the last year! Founded and produced by Laura Gaworecki of MOXIE Promotion, the quarterly networking and learning breakfast showcases the city’s crown jewels: our Inner Harbor and our innovative spirit.

Episode 4: The Future Is Now brought together heavy hitters from Charm City’s…

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Of Pizza & Pricing: Navigating Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing Options

Pizza is wonderful. In part, because it’s so versatile. From the classic cheese and pepperoni, to the deep dish of Chicago, to the highbrow arugula and prosciutto, and of course, the ever-controversial ham and pineapple. The possibilities are endless! Although, if you’re one of those “pineapple and ham” people, we may need to have…

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Mind Over Machines Debuts Emerging Technologies Practice

Empowers Clients To Set Trends, Avoid Disruption

Monday, May 7, 2018

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented reality. Technology is moving at the speed of light. Business leaders feel pressure to stay up on the latest developments impacting their industry, but their time is consumed by daily operations.

“Most companies are working so hard to stay in the…

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Mind Over Machines Strengthens Team with Director of Strategic Partnerships Hire

From Kinesiology to Technology, Bogertman Has Always Been About Strengthening Business

Monday, April 30, 2018

Like athletes, even the strongest companies sometimes need help to fine-tune their regimen in order to optimize performance.

Software and data consultancy Mind Over Machines is growing to meet enterprise demand for business analysis that spurs smarter uses of technology. While new…

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Strengthening Your Business Through Partnership

As you may have heard, we’re pretty excited to introduce you to our newest Director of Strategic Partnerships Cal Bogertman because of who he is and what he brings to our table. It may not have been Cal’s plan to become one of the most dynamic business advisers in the Greater Baltimore area, but it was his calling.

From Kinesiology…

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How AI Can Support Your Creative Process

6 minute read

The organizers of the Social Media Baltimore (SoMeBa) meetup are brave.

When the instinctual human response to artificial intelligence is fear and anxiety (“The robots are taking over! They’re coming for our jobs!”), these folks sought more information. They asked: What is AI? How are marketers currently using it? Where is the technology…

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Is Blockchain Right for Your Business?

8 minute read

It’s a classic coming-of-age story: breakthrough technology excites technical community who experiment and evolve it; true believers champion the technology to a wider audience; it becomes a buzzword; the big guys swoop in to make it accessible to the masses.

Are we talking about artificial intelligence, conversational interfaces like Alexa, computer…

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Budgeting for Innovation

4 minute read

Mind Over Machines is all about innovation. Our CEO Tom Loveland recently explained why in his Q&A with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce:

Innovation is everything! It’s a primal urge. It’s what moves humanity forward. And it’s essential to business. Business without innovation is stagnation, which leads to…

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On the Radar: Augmented Reality is Coming to a Browser Near You

5 minute read

We’re debuting a new, recurring feature here on the Mind Over Machines blog! On the Radar will introduce you to innovations catching the attention and imagination of our foremost MINDs.

Google Article: What Is It?

Last month, under the banner “Augmented reality on the web, for everyone,” Google announced its new 3D…

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Offshoring: The Promise and the Peril

4 minute read

Offshoring. The word fills finance people with hope and technical people with trepidation. It can be a CFO-CIO battleground.

Here at Mind Over Machines, we understand why companies offshore IT operations. It works well…for certain types of projects. But for the strategic software development that is our bread and butter, it’s…

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