Articles by tag: government

Revolutionizing Data Management in Government: Insights and Best Practices

Data Management

The saturation of data in various areas of life and functionality has led to an interest in exploring different types of data management. Government agencies, along with their goal to be more transparent, have further put a demand on the handling of all of this data. As a result, incorporating newer and improved technology is…

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The Business of Government: Leadership in Government

Government does not measure profit and loss, but it is still a business. Government leaders deliver change, develop strategies, and adapt. Sharing her insights on the topic, Weaver National Strategy Leader Alyssa Martin, CPA, joined Business of Government host and State Government Practice Leader, Adam Jones. Martin has decades of public accounting experience and founded…

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Changing Role of Government Leaders—Strategy, Motivation and Efficiency

Government does not measure profit and loss, but it is still a business. Government leaders deliver change, develop strategies, and adapt. Sharing her insights on the topic, Weaver National Strategy Leader Alyssa Martin, CPA, joined Business of Government host and State Government Practice Leader, Adam Jones. Martin has decades of public accounting experience and founded…

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Can the U.S. Templatize Funding for Smart Cities?

Cities are migrating from analog to digital, and according to Forbes.com, a Smart City “involves varied technology to integrate transportation, health, energy, water resources, waste collections, smart-building technologies, and security technologies and services.” We asked Tim Sylvester, founder & CTO of Integrated Roadways, where are most US cities facing the same funding and rollout…

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Ransomware…What in the World Is Going On?

In a landscape that’s seen an uptick in cybersecurity concerns thanks to a boost in remote work, hurried adoption of technology solutions and more, there’s one cyberattack du jour – ransomware. To explore this specific kind of threat and its impact on government Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, The Business of Government host Adam Jones was…

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How Will the World Strike a Balance Between Fiat and Cryptocurrencies?

Oleg Kurchenko is an entrepreneur and the Founder of the digital assets exchange Binaryx. “Today, we’re talking about current cryptocurrency versus fiat currencies, and that conversation has been on the airwaves for years at this point. A lot of people are talking about Bitcoin or GameStop, and it’s easy to see why. Currency discussions are reaching…

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NASA Invests $105 Million in US Small Business Technology Development

NASA has a long history of supporting America’s entrepreneurs as they develop technologies from ideas to commercial readiness. The agency’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is furthering that legacy with 140 new Phase II awards to 127 U.S. small businesses that will help them move their innovations to market. The awards to these small businesses, located across 34…

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Applied Digital is Scaling Up Infrastructure to Handle Growing GPU Deployment Needs
May 20, 2024

During a transformative period, Applied Digital experienced a significant increase in demand for large-scale GPU deployment. This demand required a focus on power density, as the networking within data centers, particularly for InfiniBand, necessitated that servers be located close together. Each server consumed 10.2 kilowatts of power, and the optimal performance was achieved when…

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Applied Digital is Revolutionizing High Performance Computing by Locating Facilities at Unique Power Sources
May 20, 2024

Applied Digital optimizes high-performance computing by leveraging unique power sources, and locating facilities at the source of power rather than in traditional cloud regions. This approach is particularly suited for AI workloads, which do not require ultra-low latency like video streaming. By targeting areas with abundant but underutilized power, known as “stranded power,” the…

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Experts Talk K-12 EdTech Leadership Priorities
K-12 EdTech Leadership Needs a Bigger Seat at the Table to Overcome Cybersecurity, Staffing, Professional Development Challenges
May 20, 2024

As we navigate the evolving landscape of K-12 education, the role of technology, as well as K-12 edtech leadership has never been more pivotal. Especially in the era of K-12 education post-pandemic, how has this influx of technology solutions for everything from curriculum management, to hybrid learning, to quiz gamification, to AI-supported learning, impacted…

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Energy Reporting for Utilities & Businesses Isn’t Just for Transparency. It’s for Energy & Cost Savings, Too.
May 20, 2024

As cities and states increasingly implement energy benchmarking, disclosure, and transparency mandates, utilities and businesses find themselves navigating a complex landscape of compliance and opportunity. The rise of building performance standards, such as New York’s Local Law 97, Boston’s Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO), and Denver’s Energize Denver, underscores the urgency for detailed…

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Leading With Transparency in Times of Crisis
January 5, 2021

Bringing together leaders, lawmakers and lawbreakers. Host Luke Fox explores how innovations in business and technology are redefining our trust in security measures.   To say that Juliette Kayyem, CEO, Grip Mobility has a pretty impressive resume is an understatement. Kayyem spent the last two decades in both state and federal government, managing complex policy…

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Will the Future of Drones Include DJI?
December 23, 2020

Both pilots and companies are navigating a thin line between security and innovation. Host Grant Guillot talks with leaders, influencers, and experts across the drone industry to guide us through the complex web of technology and policy in the United States.   What role do foreign-made drones play in the American drone industry? Does a…

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Parents Struggle to Afford High-Tech Back to School Shopping
September 18, 2020

73% of the nation’s largest school districts are still educating students remotely this Fall. This means back to school shopping isn’t about that new backpack, but about buying bluetooth headphones, software, and computers to connect to the classroom. Parents are finding equipping their kids with the right tools is pricier than past years. According to…

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Australian Government Moves Forward with Making Tech Giants Pay News Publishers: Business Casual
August 4, 2020

Google and Facebook have been under increasing scrutiny for their power. Australia aims to confront that power head-on with a recent code drafted by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). The draft forces the tech giants to pay Australian publishers in order to share their digital content. Powered by RedCircle Australia’s move aims to…

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Should the COVID Vaccine Turn a Big Profit for Big Pharma?
July 31, 2020

Powered by RedCircle In the latest news on the coronavirus, Business Casual hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern analyze Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla’s recent statement about the ethics behind profiting off of a COVID vaccine. As the government doles out taxpayer dollars to the private sector in the race for a cure, should the resulting…

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Is TikTok’s Time Really Up?: Business Casual
July 10, 2020

Powered by RedCircle The conversation around user data and how it’s collected and shared is louder than ever, and it’s now butting heads with one of the world’s most popular social media platforms. TikTok, a Chinese-based app allowing users to share short videos of themselves dancing, performing skits, commenting on others’ videos and much more,…

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The Art of Waiting: Queuing Systems Support Essential Businesses During COVID-19 Outbreak
March 31, 2020

Coronavirus is shutting down local economies across the nation and the world. Unless your business is “essential,” it’s likely the doors are locked. Those essential businesses, though, often include important legal offices, some government buildings, grocers and pharmacies, and medical care environments. Many of those industries, especially when overwhelmed with customers, rely on queuing…

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