Interview

April 16, 2014
GovDefenders: An Interview with John Slye, Deltek Cybersecurity Analyst premium
Earlier in the week, John Slye, one of GovDefenders’ keynote speakers, sat down with us for a pre-event interview. He specializes in market trends, forecasting, and government spending analysis across vertical markets, including information technology, cybersecurity, homeland security, and defense.
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June 18, 2013
An Interview with the Storage-as-a-Service Program Executive premium
DLT Solutions’ Storage-as-a-Service (STaaS) is a NetApp hardware, software and services solution that combines secure, available, and dedicated on-premise infrastructure with a variable, pay-as-you-go model that requires zero capital investment. We recently sat down with JC Collier, STaaS Program Executive, and asked him about the new offering.
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GovDefenders | An Interview with the President of the Cloud Security Alliance DC premium
John Nicholson is the President of the Washington D.C. Metro Chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and one of the keynote speakers during this year's GovDefenders Cybersecurity Virtual Event. In preparation for the big event, we briefly interviewed John about cloud computing. Watch the below video to learn: "What resources can the Federal cloud community tap into regarding contracting and best practices?" and "How can cloud providers leverage the CSA's Cloud Controls Matrix and are there any currently leveraging it?"
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August 30, 2010
Five Minute Interview: Mike Evanoff, Geospatial Engineer, Google Earth premium
Caron Beesley, Editor, [acronym] Mike Evanoff, Geospatial Engineer for Google Earth Enterprise. Originially published in [acronym] magazine, Issue 11 Mike joined Google’s federal team in June 2006, and has traveled the globe to help a broad range of federal, state and international government agencies put Google Earth to use in their organizations. Earlier in his career, Mike was a Navy Commander. Google Earth Enterprise helps organizations with imagery and other geospatial data make that information accessible and useful to all employees who need access via an intuitive, fast application.
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August 24, 2010
Five Minute Interview: Lynn Allen premium
Caron Beesley, Editor [acronym] online sat down for a five minute interview with Cadalyst columnist and Autodesk Technical Evangelist Lynn Allen. Lynn speaks to more than 30,000 users worldwide each year. For the past sixteen years she has written a monthly column in Cadalyst magazine called “Circles and Lines” and is the voice behind the popular Cadalyst videos – “Tips and Tricks Tuesday with Lynn Allen”. Lynn started using AutoCAD® software with Release 1.4, over 20 years ago, and she taught at the corporate and collegiate level for 13 years before joining Autodesk. You can follow Lynn on her blog http://lynn.blogs.com/ and on Twitter @Lynn_Allen. Here are some things you might not know about Lynn!
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August 17, 2010
Power Analytics: An Electrifying New Approach to Operations Management premium
Unless you are involved in building or facilities management, few designers encounter, or are required to support, post-build issues such as power cuts, or suffer the associated productivity and economic losses that power cuts can cause. [acronym] online’s, Vinny Poliseno, talked to Mark Ascolese of EDSA about making power systems “perfect on paper” before a single building foundation is laid.
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August 16, 2010
Using Technology to Deliver Better Constituent Services on a Tighter Budget premium
Got questions? We’ve got answers. Each issue our team of experts weighs in on a variety of topical issues relevant to public sector digital design. In this issue our team of experts includes leading technical and public sector experts from Avatech Solutions, CADD Centers of Florida, U.S. CAD, and CADD Microsystems. With the weight of current economic pressures on business organizations and government agencies alike, we asked our network of experts to weigh in on the following question:
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August 12, 2010
Five Minute Interview: Shaan Hurley premium
Shaan Hurley is a passionate and public Autodesk figure. His blog, “Between the Lines,” was the first recognized CAD industry blog back in 2003. Despite working for Autodesk for more than 10 years, Shaan considers himself to be a product user and customer evangelist first and an Autodesk employee second.
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July 15, 2010
Integration & Interoperability on the Front Line premium
[acronym] magazine talked to Jon Hansen, as assistant fire chief in Oklahoma City during the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building, Jon saw technology used in ways that, at the time, were somewhat novel for first responders – using CAD drawings for search, rescue and recovery efforts. Since then, Jon has seen technology, including GIS and CAD, be put to better use.
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