Tag Archives: Technology

  1. GM VP of global cyber Kevin Tierney presents ‘Building Cyber Leaders and Leadership’ at Walsh College’s Conversation With Leaders

    TROY, Mich., Nov. 22, 2021 — Kevin Tierney, vice president, global cybersecurity for General Motors, will present Building Cyber Leaders and Leadership Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021 from 12-1 p.m. as part of Walsh College’s Conversation With Leaders series. This free, live virtual event will be moderated by Leon Nash, partner, Deloitte. This event, the first in a series of three discussions that will run through 2022, is open to all. Those who work in CFO and CIO offices will benefit significantly from the session. Reservations are required. Read the rest of this entry »

  2. Dave Schippers Represents Walsh on Automation Alley Technology in Industry Panel

    TROY, Mich., May 26, 2021 — Dave Schippers, D.Sc., CISSP, assistant professor and chair of information technology/decision sciences at Walsh, will participate by invitation in Automation Alley’s Technology in Industry Reveal 2021: Manufacturing Resilience & Innovation virtual panel discussion on June 22 at 11 a.m. Panelists also include Jeff Hall, senior director of technology & strategic sales, Omron, Sherif Marakby, executive vice president of research and development, Magna International, Inc. and U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens and will discuss the urgent need for manufacturing resilience and innovation. Tom Kelly, executive director and CEO of Automation Alley will moderate. Read the rest of this entry »

  3. First recipient of OU’s Frontline Workers Scholarship eyes future as a cryogenic engineer

    Since June 2018, David McCallum has worked for Custom Biogenic Systems, where the main mission is keeping things cold – freezing cold. The company serves an array of clients whose work depends on state-of-the-art cryogenic equipment. They include pharmaceutical and biotech firms developing vaccines. At his job, McCallum uses computer software to design equipment that allows for safe storage and transport of these and other climate-sensitive materials. Read the rest of this entry »

  4. Samex’s New B3 Program Helps SaaS Companies Find A Clear Path To Growth In A Pandemic with the Power of AI

    Troy, Michigan. When someone has great influence and authority, they are often referred to as a titan. So, it seems only fitting that Samex’s recently launched Big Business Blueprint (B3) is powered by its AI platform, dubbed TITAN. Afterall, B3 is aimed squarely at giving tech companies a clear path to the establishment and growth of their SaaS based businesses.

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  5. Student innovators to take part in OU’s annual hackathon

    This year, Oakland University is taking its student-run hackathon virtual. The 36-hour GrizzHacks competition, in which students develop a variety of technology-based projects, will take place September 18-20.

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  6. Photographer Scott Lawrence Helps Teachers Connect With Students Ahead of Remote Learning

    TROY, Michigan — Sept. 1, 2020 — Scott Lawrence, a Metro Detroit professional headshot and business photographer, is proud to have recently shared his video services with the teachers, staff and families of Rochester Community Schools (RCS).

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  7. ERP Software Company, ShopSync, Joins Troy Chamber of Commerce

    WARREN, MI – ShopSync is pleased to join as new members of the Troy Chamber of Commerce. The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software provider, headquartered in Warren, MI, caters to small manufacturers across the Midwest.

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  8. OU INC client Time2Talk partners with Definitive Technology Group

    OU INC client Time2Talk (T2T) has partnered with Definitive Technology Group (DTG), to be DTG’s proprietary device management software provider. The partnership is a breakthrough in bringing sophisticated, yet affordable device tracking technology to an array of customers in varied industries.

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  9. Industrial and Systems Engineering among ‘recession-proof’ jobs for college graduates

    Industrial and Systems Engineering is one of eight jobs that are projected to be great ones to target in the current economic climate, according to a recent article by U.S. News & World Report.

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  10. Oakland University: ISE Department’s Systems of Autonomous and Connected Vehicles Systems graduate class uses Machine Learning to model real world problems

    The COVID-19 pandemic has many people using delivery services for everything from food to medicine for the first time. At some point in the future, Autonomous Vehicles (AV) ranging from automobiles to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) might provide these services without drivers present which would further lower risk of contracting the deadly virus.

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