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Thursday, August 06,2020

Feature of the Week

Some customers respond better to paper communications than digital messages, and data has consistently shown that mail from a consumer’s bank or credit union is more likely to be opened than other types of print mail.  Read more
Microsoft was exploring a takeover bid for TikTok’s American operations. On August 2, 2020, Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s CEO, and Mr. Trump discussed over this matter, which has allowed Microsoft chief time to flesh out the potential acquisition.  Read more
To introduce data analytics effectively, enterprises need to develop a strategy that promotes both top-down and bottom-up initiatives at the same time.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Otto Doll, CIO, City of Minneapolis  
People want to feel safe, connected, and want their privacy maintained—not only in the physical world, but also in the online space.  Read more
By Renee Wynn, CIO, NASA  
CIOs or people who want to think about being a CIO should be able to communicate, ask questions, and set a vision that serves the business and the mission.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Sherman Ikemoto, Director  
Future Facilities is a software company dedicated to improving the way data centers are designed and operated, and is streamlining data center management operations by leveraging the extraordinary potential of the Data Center Digital Twin. Future...  Read more
By Tal Daskal, CEO & Co-Founder  
EasySend is a no-code platform for building and optimizing enterprise-grade digital customer journeys. The company's mission is to put an end to inefficient manual internal processes and frustrating paperwork in the insurance industry and...  Read more
By Joshua B. Goldberg, Co-Managing PartnersJerald L. Meyer, Co-Managing Partners  
Delivers a comprehensive service portfolio for businesses, helping them navigate through the legal proceedings associated with IP filing  Read more

CXO Insights

By Michael T. Thieme, Assistant Director for Decennial Census Programs, Systems and Contracts, U.S. Census Bureau  
The information technology cycle has a significant influence on how organizations innovate, and the U.S. Census Bureau has a long history of innovation, both in statistics and in technology.  Read more
By Tye Hayes, CTO, City of Atlanta  
With the approach of not spending money on reinventing the wheel, we want to foundationally structure the city and its infrastructure to give us the ability to grow securely.  Read more