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Vangent, Inc. has announced that Wanda Gamble, Rosie Gaylord and Kelley Malott will join the company as Business Development Directors in the Health Solutions Group. Their combined 45 years of experience in the healthcare industry will support Vangent as the company continues to expand its healthcare IT business. Mac Curtis, Vangent’s CEO said, “Healthcare reform […] More
Tom Watson, the founder of IBM, famously remarked, “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.“ It looks like he might have guessed too many. Cloud computing is one of the hottest trend in IT.  Basically, cloud computing is shifting software and memory resources away from personal computers toward a common network hub […] More
Bob Gourley of CTOVision.com lists his ten favorite YouTube videos of the future of technology here.  If there’s an over-arching theme, it’s convergence.  Here’s a summary of the video offerings. Pattie Maes from MIT on wearable tech.  Imagine you run into a work associate at a restaurant, and you just can’t remember his name.  Now […] More
It has been two weeks since the 60-Day White House Cybersecurity Review, and President Barack Obama has yet to name the new cyber czar. After the 60-Day review came outl most believed Melissa Hathaway, the acting senior director of cyberspace for the National Security and Homeland Security Councils and leader of the Cyberspace Policy Review, would […] More
Harrowing economic times would usually be even scarier for a start-up firm like Hyper9 Inc., and Chief Technology Officer Dave McCrory. Yet McCrory says he isn’t worried. Why? Because business is better than expected for the two-year-old Austin, Texas-based firm and its Hyper9 platform virtualization management software, and phones are ringing off the hook as […] More
The Obama administration was expected to name a Cyber Czar and release a cyberspace policy review last Friday.   The administration released the 76-page “Cyberspace Policy Review”  as expected.   Unexpectedly, the administration did not name a “Cyber Czar.”  Melissa Hathaway, acting senior director for cyberspace at the National Security Council and the author of the review has […] More
Secretary Chertoff will address the Potomac Officers Club on July 16th, so mark those calendars.  Members and invited guests can click here to register.  It’s been a busy couple of months for former Homeland Security Secretary. He’s started his own security consulting firm, the Chertoff Group  and  joined the law firm Covington & Burling as […] More
For CSC“™s Jim Sheaffer and Microsoft“™s Teresa Carlson, it“™s a shared mission: supporting the DC area“™s veterans and their families. As president of CSC’s North American Public Sector, Jim Sheaffer and the CSC team routinely recruit veterans, members of the Coast Guard, and Army Reserve. CSC also works with the Red Cross to support the […] More
Aneesh Chopra has been named the nation’s first chief technology officer. The news was announced Saturday during President Obama’s weekly address. As federal CTO, Chopra will work alongside Jeffrey Zients, the new chief performance officer, and Federal CIO Vivek Kundra, who’s responsible for setting technology policy across the government. Since he entered public life in […] More
A little over a year ago, cloud computing was barely on anyone“™s radar. Now you can“™t go a day without hearing about it. Companies are investing billions of dollars in servers for cloud infrastructures. Microsoft is adding some 200,000 servers a year, Google as many as 500,000.  By 2011, an estimated 15.8 million servers will […] More
We all know that 2009 will be shaped by significant events “” a new administration, the pending drawdown of the Iraq war, and of course the economy. But how will it all play out, and how will it affect the federal marketplace? For the top 2009 predictions, we went straight to some of the area“™s […] More
This past Wednesday, October 15, 2008, ExecutiveBiz held our quarterly  “Been There, Done That“ series at the Tower Club in Tysons Corner, Virginia with guest speaker, George Pedersen, CEO of Man Tech International. Pedersen, who has been CEO of Man Tech since 1968, spoke to a group of executives on a variety of issues.  They […] More
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