Google Tech Talk July 31, 2009 ABSTRACT Alberto Yépez, a Perú native, has built successful global businesses in enterprise security and infrastructure software for over 20 years. He is currently a Venture Partner for Trident Capital focusing on Enterprise Software and IT Security. He is also the president of the Hispanic IT Executive Council that includes executives leading Fortune 500 corporations on both the US and abroad as well as some of the largest Hispanic owned IT firms in the United States. Alberto has held various senior positions including Vice President of Identity Management and Security Strategy at Oracle and Chairman, President and CEO of Thor Technologies, leading it from the pre-revenue stage to rapid growth and global expansion, with a customer base that included many of the premier companies in financial services, telecommunications and manufacturing markets. In addition, he held senior management positions at Apple Computer and several other Silicon Valley-based start-ups. Alberto attended the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and holds a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Electronic Physics from the University of San Francisco. He also attended the Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería in Lima, Perú. About Perspectivas Speaker Series: Perspectivas is a speaker series aimed to empower and inspire individuals by providing ‘mentoring at scale’. Latino scientists and professionals share their perspectives on careers, work …
A Speech By Chairman Julius Genachowski On The Open Internet. September 21, 2009 at the Brookings Institute in Washington, DC. www.OpenInternet.gov [Note: We are aware of syncing problems with this video player and are working to address it.]
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As part of its initiative to ensure that the Internet continues to spawn growth and innovation, the US Dept. of Commerce held a symposium on “Cybersecurity and Innovation in the Information Economy” on July 27, 2010 in Washington DC. This segment includes an introduction to Aneesh Chopra, United States Chief Technology Officer and his remarks.
Paul Yock, Professor of Medicine and Founding Co-Chairof Stanford’s Program in Biodesign, led this interactive panel discussion on medical device innovation. Panelists included Darin Buxbaum of Hourglass Technologies, Darren Hite of Aberdare Ventures, Mohit Kaushal of the West Wireless Health Institute, and Uday Kumar of iRhythm. Related Links: Stanford GSB Program in Healthcare Innovation: www.gsb.stanford.edu Stanford Biodesign: innovation.stanford.edu Aberdare Ventures: www.aberdare.com West Wireless Health Institute: www2.westwirelesshealth.org iRhythm: www.irhythmtech.com
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Engineered for innovation. The new Verizon 4G LTE network is opening new possibilities for remote healthcare.
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Alliance Healthcare Foundation presents the Innovation in Healthcare Conference 2012 from Jacob’s Center for Neighborhood Innovation. Presented in partnership with Qualcomm, our 3rd annual conference, Community Dialogue for Innovating our Future, provides forward-thinking strategies for facilitating high-functioning collaborations for social impact. We believe that cross-sector, multi-organization partnerships are key to finding new solutions to the challenges of advancing health and wellness for those in need. Professor Gary Mangiofico of Pepperdine University will deliver the event’s keynote speech on effective community dialogue, followed by interactive workshops where participants will gain hands-on knowledge in creating new collaborative structures for social change. Qualcomm’s Erica Whinston will discuss the company’s Wireless Reach programs, specifically an exciting mobile health initiative in the Tijuana region.
Innovation at 3M is about making a difference…we impact every day in infinite ways to help make life better. The field of health care is just one area in which 3M innovation is able to touch life by bringing a broad array of solutions that promote health and improve the quality, cost and outcomes of care. New advances in areas such as telemedicine, wound care, dentistry, food safety, drug delivery and the communication of health information are just some of the areas where our technology is making an impact., We take the trust that we’ve earned from patients and clinicians over the years very seriously. With innovation, we bring hope for a better tomorrow with improved care.
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