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An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Miami’s Startup Ecosystem

This week, we take a look at Miami's startup ecosystem. First published in TNW by Conrad Egusa CEO, Publicize & Espacio Media Incubator. Many may have been surprised when Miami made the shortlist for the Amazon HQ2 finalists, and even more so when Amazon’s search...

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12th Annual CIO Golf Outing – Sep 20

Welcome to the 12th Annual CIO Golf Outing With sponsorship opportunities starting at just $350, we’ve made taking part in the most anticipated golf outing of the year easier than ever. Good to know: You sponsorship dollars contribute directly to the success of the...

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Crowd Sourcing Emergency Responders

Waze data can help predict car crashes and cut response time Originally published in Wired. HERE’S THE THING about car crashes: They are, blessedly, pretty rare. In the US, nine people are injured in motor vehicle crashes for every 100 million miles traveled in cars,...

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Level-up your Power BI reports by Cecilia Brusatori, Jul 11

Abstract: You've been working with Power BI, building fantastic reports and dashboards. Let's take a look at some of the cool shortcuts and features that will help you make your reports more appealing and add more functionalities. This session is 100% demos:...

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Schools and mobile carriers face off over wireless spectrum

First published in Wired Magazine by Klint Finley CONSUMERS ARE HUNGRY for data. To give it to them, mobile carriers say they need access to more of the wireless spectrum that carries cellular data, broadcast programming, and all other wireless signals. Carriers...

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2019 Technology Awards – CIO Nominations Close Jul 3

The 2019 Technology Awards honors CIOs in South Florida and will reveal the rankings of the Fastest-growing Technology Companies in South Florida. CIOs: COMPLETE THE ONLINE APPLICATION! The CIO Awards honors chief information officers who lead their organizations in...

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Could Single Sign-on Save the Internet?

As WIRED’s Lily Hay Newman wrote last week, Sign In with Apple lets you use your Apple ID account credentials to sign into non-Apple apps. Like Facebook Login and Login with Google, it aims to “centralize a group of accounts around a more secure login that you’re more...

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In Miami, art intersects with technology and climate change

In Miami’s famed mural district, Wynwood, a combination of art and technology is raising awareness about the threats of climate change. South Floridians are no strangers to stronger storms, so-called sunny day flooding, and rising seas. These augmented reality murals...

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