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CNSI’s B. Chatterjee on managing growth

As president of CNSI, a high-technology services company based in Rockville, Md., B. Chatterjee knows all about managing growth. Since his company’s start in 1994, CNSI has grown quickly while developing long-term relationships with key public sector clients. In the following Q&A, Chatterjee debriefs on the infrastructure, processes and procedures …

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Report Questions Market-Based Cybersecurity Approach

Unprecedented government intervention into the credit, financial and insurance markets has taken the market-based, small government proponents down a notch or two when trying to argue that private industries can be left to themselves to self-regulate and avoid catastrophe. So given the prevailing climate, it was not altogether shocking to …

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Alonzo Mourning Will Be a Special Guest at 2008 Kidney Ball

ExecutiveBiz is excited about the upcoming 28th Annual Kidney Ball taking place next weekend, on Saturday, November 22 at the Washington Hilton. This year’s ball promises to be an inspirational and entertaining charity event to raise money for kidney disease, most prevalent in the Washington DC area. Alonzo “Zo” Mourning …

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White House Network Attack Leaves “Hacked by China” Imprint

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 …

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The Technology Implications of the Obama Win

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 …

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This man will protect your password

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 …

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Steve Kimmel of Alion Science

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 …

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