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VR for Corporate Training: Making Employees Uncomfortable (Intentionally)

September 5, 2018

VR has emerged as the most effective way to train employees because it fully immerses people into a situation and creates empathy.

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Technologies for Aging Baby Boomers

September 4, 2018

Despite the popular misconception that everyone ends up in a nursing home, more than half of 95 year-olds still live at home.

Episode 18: How Does NATO Manage IT?

Duration 28:23

Managing the infrastructure for a complex organization can be a monumental challenge. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) compounds that challenge with an extra layer of complexity: It serves 29 different nations, each with its own culture, language, and technological protocols. In this episode, Dr. Gregory Edwards, Directory of Infrastructure Services in the NATO Communications and Information Agency, explains how he builds trust and consensus to keep the organization running – and moving forward.

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Five Programs That Are Preparing Gen Z for the Future of Work

August 28, 2018

Eighty-five percent of the jobs we’ll see in 2030 haven’t been invented yet, according to the Dell Technologies Realizing 2030 report. In the wake of a new employment paradigm, educational programs are proactively preparing the next generation of corporate leaders.

Seeing Through the Multi-Clouds: Navigating Your Public and Private Cloud Strategy

August 27, 2018

Cloud computing has been providing organizations with more power and scale than ever previously thought possible. But if you are looking to maximize your company’s cloud investment, what do you need to know about the future of cloud computing? John Roese, Chief Technology Officer of Dell EMC, explains what you need to consider as part of a hybrid, multi-cloud strategy.

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How AI Is Preventing Fatal and Expensive Hospital Falls

August 27, 2018

El Camino Hospital, a nonprofit health system located in Silicon Valley, California, has linked patients’ bed alarms, nurse call-light data, and medication records to a machine learning and predictive analytics system to identify patients who were at high risk of falling.