Well, hello there! How productive were you today? Did you create an AI app before breakfast? Take all the data you have access to and apply machine learning to make some huge business decisions?
Welcome to the new way to run a business, according to Microsoft. This week, Microsoft hosted its annual Ignite Conference in Orlando, Florida. The conference was full of compelling keynotes, learning paths, and intriguing updates on where the company is headed.
What do we think? The MINDs at Mind Over Machines kept close track of Microsoft Ignite 2019. Here’s our take:
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The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) prides itself on preparing everyone, from college students to CEOs, for success in the global economy. Its quarterly AGILE Innovation Series is a space for international business leaders to come together, hear and discuss new ideas. Over the years, they’ve covered everything from cybersecurity to fashion.
The City of Baltimore has plans, big plans, digital transformation plans. That’s why they reached out to MOXIE Promotion’s Laura Gaworecki to work her Waterfront Tech Series magic. Laura’s vision for Episode 7: Smart City was a panel discussion to educate people about smart cities and build awareness of Baltimore’s progress toward becoming one. She asked our VP of Innovation and Strategy Tim Kulp to moderate the panel.
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The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is one of 12 regional Federal Reserve Banks that make up the U.S. central banking system. Mind Over Machines has enjoyed a close working relationship with the Richmond Fed’s Baltimore branch since our CEO Tom Loveland took on Maryland’s “tech tax” in 2007. Over the years, the Bank has come to count on our MINDs for a holistic view of tech in business and culture.
Software Consultancy Bucks “Best-Kept Secret” Status
Mind Over Machines has a 30-year track record of helping businesses work smarter. The software and data consultancy maintains consistent growth through high visibility projects, yet it remains the “Mid-Atlantic’s best-kept secret.” When old friends Tom Loveland and Steve Navarro met for coffee, the vision for a higher profile began to reveal itself. Now they are working together to realize that vision.
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The Waterfront Tech Series soared into its second season with Episode 5: Higher Tech, Higher Ed. This time, the quarterly learning and networking event examined how technology is being used to develop and retain talent at all levels. Whether you are preparing students for college or graduates for the workforce, tech plays a vital role in getting people ready for what comes next.
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Carrie Schuckle has been busy since last November. That’s when she assumed her new position here as Chief Delivery Officer (CDO). She was made for the role, or perhaps more accurately, the role was made for her because it blends her nearly 20 years of experience and expertise in software development, consulting and project management with her natural ability to connect with people and anticipate their business needs.
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The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) has our state’s cybersecurity scene covered. As a nonprofit, CAMI’s mission is to strengthen Maryland’s cybersecurity industry by growing the talent pool and connecting business and government with the cybersecurity professionals, products, and services that best meet their needs. Networking is a big part of what CAMI does. Their website hosts a cybersecurity jobs board and vendor directory, and yes, they sponsor lots of great events throughout the state.
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Mind Over Machines has a brand new MIND in a brand new position. Karen Kuhn is a professional problem solver and people pleaser with over 15 years of experience supporting all kinds of companies. Whether she’s working in finance, real estate, food service, engineering or government contracting, Karen keeps people happy by ensuring operations run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. That’s why she’s exactly the right person to originate our newest role: Experience Coordinator.