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Dave McQueeney has been the Chief Technology Officer for IBM's Federal Government business since June of 2004.  In that time, he’s developed his own list of dos and don’ts for being a top CTO. Recently, McQueeney sat down with ExecutiveBiz to offer up several of his tips. Among them: Surround yourself with the best technical […] More
Now that you have that song stuck in your head for the rest of the day (you’re welcome), I might as well put a little meat on the bones and explain the title’s relevance. Greater Washington is flush with corporate award competitions bestowed upon organizations large and small for being the most profitable, the greenest, […] More
President-Elect Barack Obama utilized technology at an unprecedented level to reach out to prospective voters during the extended campaign, but if recent events are any guide he may find that technologies to prevent malicious hackers from getting into sensitive networks and data will be front and center. This after the Financial Times reported last week […] More
A very hot topic among all technologists, from DC to Silicon Valley, is how the Obama election will change the technology landscape.   There are five key megatrends in IT today, and we should analyze change in the context of each.  These five megatrends in IT are: Convergence and trend towards unified communications and user empowerment […] More
President-elect Barack Obama has selected D.C. tech executive and entrepreneur Julius Genachowski to his presidential transition team and will serve as the key technology adviser to the next president. The appointment is yet another signal of the important role that technology will serve in the next administration. Genachowski spoke last week at a Potomac Officer's […] More
They come from a diverse range of backgrounds. Some came to the private sector from the military. Others made the transition from the government. Still others started out directly in the commercial space and worked their way on up. But whatever their individual backgrounds they all share a common theme: Each has developed winning strategies […] More
Tom Grissen has always designed his life around things he’s passionate about “” and identity assurance is one of them. “To be successful, I fundamentally believe you must be energized,” says Grissen. “I have led thousands of staff in large divisions of multi-billion dollar companies, turned around struggling businesses, and most recently with Daon, have […] More
In order to better service its' existing multinational and local customers, Falls Church based, Computer Science Corporation (CSC) will open a new information and technology (IT) services delivery facility in Tianjin, China by next spring. For now, they'll operate from a temporary location for delivering services such as applications development and maintenance. CSC also plans […] More
On Tuesday, the Tysons Corner Ritz Carlton served as ground zero for the intersection of politics and technology, drawing hundreds of the area's leading political and technology leaders. Through the hotel's wood and glass doors and up to the 5th floor ballrooms streamed, among others, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine, Jim Moran (D-VA), and congressional hopeful […] More
Ted Offers Advice on Navigating the Financial Crisis As world markets continue their volatile tumble, the impact of the financial crisis is being felt in the corridors of our own Beltway region. There is no regional immunity from the tough economic climate but, according to Ted Leonsis, there are methods of navigation that will reduce its impact.  We caught […] More
One of the most underreported business technology stories of 2008 in my opinion is the imminent changes in store for the type of web domains available to businesses, government agencies and individuals (of ample financial means). Last week ICANN, the Internet’s primary oversight agency, put forward preliminary guidelines on the expended universe of web addresses […] More
As senior vice president for corporate development at Alion Science and Technology, a McLean, Va.- based technology solutions company, Steve Kimmel is responsible for overseeing the company’s organic growth, strategic planning and acquisitions. In the following Q&A, Kimmel shares his top priorities for the coming year and his take on what’s needed to be a […] More
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