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Thursday, December 05,2019

Feature of the Week

Managing visitors could be made simpler than ever with cloud-based visitor management solutions.  Read more
With the rise of omnichannel shopping, retailers are turning to innovations like smart shelving to create a seamless physical shopping experience for consumers.  Read more
Voice is now a new medium in the travel and hospitality industry for improving the customer experience, helping brands maintain a competitive edge.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Seth Jeremy Katz, Associate Chief Information Officer, Truman Medical Centers  
Accurate patient identification, and compliant and legible documentation, can help improve efficiency of the registration process.  Read more
By Todd Inlander, VP & CIO, Southern California Edison  
Employees, customers and technologies will collaborate to rapidly adapt to the ever-changing energy needs that power our society  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Karthi Mariappan, Co-Founder & CEO  
A video personalization and distribution platform that helps enterprise businesses achieve their marketing and sales goals through seamless video workflows.  Read more
By Mitch Labrador, Executive Vice President  
A video personalization and distribution platform that helps enterprise businesses achieve their marketing and sales goals through seamless video workflows.  Read more
By Jim Wetekamp, CEO  
Riskonnect empowers organizations to anticipate, manage, and respond in real time to strategic and operational risks across the extended enterprise. Riskonnect’s highly configurable solutions helps organizations understand, manage, and control...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Jerry Harris, Sr. Director Exhibits Graphics & AV Services, Georgia Aquarium  
As the story goes, oil and water do not mix. This used to be true in the Audio Visual and Information Technology arenas. There was clear a line drawn in the sand that was not to be crossed.  Read more
By Michael R. Galin, Director - Risk Management, Telus  
When it comes to IT Disaster Recovery (DR) decisions, start by asking one simple question – “Whose risk is it anyway?” Risk acceptance decisions need to be made by the appropriate risk owners within the business.  Read more