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The Fourth Estate in ’08

No where is the changing online landscape more apparent than in the newsrooms of the major daily newspapers across the country. With more competition for attention than ever before, reporters and editors are struggling to create a product that both adds value to the collective conversation and is financially sustainable. …

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CIO Issues Dominate at ExecutiveBiz Morning Event

“If you had 15 minutes alone with President Bush, what is the one critical issue you would bring to his attention?” Now, that might have been a dicey proposition for the POTUS if asked at a different D.C. venue today, but in the context of the ExecutiveBiz CIO Series Event …

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Heavy Storms in Forecast for Cyber Experts

It is only natural – especially in the heat of a presidential campaign – that discussions about security threats focus on those of a physical nature. But there has been a flurry of attention and activity of late around cybersecurity and the importance of simulating the types of massive digital …

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Khari Brown of Capital Partners for Education

For the past seven years, Khari Brown has been on a mission. As executive director of Capital Partners for Education, he and the organization he oversees have helped youth from some of Washington, D.C.’s poorest communities have a shot at a better education. Since the program’s inception, over 100 students …

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Paul Smith, Red Hat

Paul Smith joined Red Hat to replicate his success establishing — and growing — a public sector practice. In the eight years since then, he’s more than succeeded. Today, the government business unit he oversees at Red Hat is the fastest growing business unit in the company. We talked to …

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Government Contracting Predictions for 2008

ExecutiveBiz recently asked government contracting leaders their predictions in their industries for 2008. Here are their responses: “Flawless execution and systems integration and engineering will define the hallmarks for 2008 in our marketplace. The need for effective partnership with our government customer will be of paramount importance. An increased emphasis …

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