Please join us on July 20th, for the SIM Fairfield-Westchester annual clambake. The event will take place at the Jackie Durrell Pavillion, 401 Fairfield Beach Road, Fairfield, CT at 6pm, with one guest complimentary with your registration.
“Robotics” and “Automation” are terms commonly quoted in media, but is the hype real?
On May 18th, The Fairfield/Westchester chapter of the Society for Information Management will be sponsoring a presentation by Google executives.
A hilarious and non-technical skewering of the current state of Cybersecurity, the Cybersecurity “industry”, the US Government’s ACTUAL capabilities and the surrounding media circus it creates… All from the perspective of a Hacker and the State of Connecticut’s #1 Cybersecurity expert.
Learning to be an effective CIO is more than simply understanding the various functions, roles, and technologies to be managed.
We see AI everywhere in the media, from self-driving cars to popular television series like West World and movies like Ex Machina. Our boards, CEOs and friends ask us whether AI is real, while the press and NGOs worry about displaced labor and ethics of robot overlords.
Join us on January 19th for an interactive discussion with Beverly Lieberman and Larry Bonfante on how to effectively leverage executive coaching. Based on their extensive knowledge, they will “coach” us on when, and how, to engage a career coach. Facilitated by Greg Fell, Larry and Bev will share their stories and insights.
An effective coach can alter the course of a career – don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the conversation.
Date: November 17th, 5:45pm Location: Doral Arrowwood, 975 Anderson Hill Road, Rye Brook, NY (Note our new time for increased networking opportunities) What Does Digital Really Mean? A Case Study The buzz […]
Date: October 20th, 5:45pm Location: Doral Arrowwood, 975 Anderson Hill Road, Rye Brook, NY (Note our new time for increased networking opportunities) Disruptive Technologies Four years ago, Norm Jacknis described the […]