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Cloud - A Thoughtful Journey - Alaska Airlines Journey To Cloud Computing
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Bob Peterson, Enterprise Architect, Alaska Airlines

Who We Are: Alaska Airlines is the fifth-largest U.S. airline based on passenger traffic and is one of the most popular U.S. West Coast air carriers. For the 11th year in a row, Alaska Airlines is proud to be recognized as the highest ranked...

10 Building Automation Trends Reshaping the Conventions of Construction
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FREMONT, CA: The latest Building Automation (BA) technology includes automatic centralized control of a building's ventilation,  lighting, heating, conditioning, and other systems through a building automation system (BAS). The goals of...

Offering a Portfolio of IT Infrastructure and Application Services
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Steve Huster, VP-IT Shared Services, TenCate

TenCate is a multinational material manufacturing company, with textile processes as a significant part of its core competencies. TenCate operates with a regional IT shared services model. We provide a portfolio of IT infrastructure and...

The Rise Of Data In The Infrastructure Sector
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Dan Kieny, SVP/CIO, Black & Veatch

Though the consumer and retail sectors often garner headlines for their innovative uses of “Big Data” and new mobile applications that rely on cloud technology to bring people together, these same technologies are fundamentally...

Partnering Technology with a Successful Construction Company
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Jason Burns, VP & CIO, Hunter Roberts Construction Group

Cloud Computing is Constantly Evolving The move to cloud computing has been an ongoing change for the last decade. IT departments used to put in hard lines, servers, and stand-alone phone systems in construction trailers. We used to have large...
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