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Generating a Big Social Impact in NYC


Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBS of NYC) is the New York chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, one of the nation’s oldest and largest donor and volunteer supported mentor networks. Since 1904, the BBBS of NYC’s mission has been to give all children in the city who face adversity […]

Podcast: Be the Superhero to AWS’ Custodian Layer


Recorded live from the AWS NY Summit, we discuss the new reality of cloud maturity. AWS’ latest announcements included exciting new features, but there wasn’t anything groundbreaking – in a good way. Instead of chasing after new shiny objects, we are seeing focused efforts, new innovative use cases and the acceptance of cloud stability. We […]

TransCanada Is Putting Its Energy into Large-Scale Cloud Transformation


For more than 65 years, TransCanada has proudly delivered the energy that millions of North Americans rely on to power their lives and fuel industry. We are leaders in the safe and reliable operation of pipelines, storage facilities and power-generating stations across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. In the energy business, we are committed to […]

Tech Transformation: 3 Years After Moving to AWS, Natixis Benefits From Its Unbound Infrastructure


George Marootian is the Executive Vice President and Head of Technology for US Distribution at Natixis Investment Managers. This is the first article of a three-part series that will discuss the firm’s move to the cloud, continued operations in AWS, and the innovation and agility the organization has benefitted from since the migration. When I […]

AWS for Enterprises — A Minimum Viable Cloud Approach


About six years ago when I talked with my senior manager at a prior company about the idea of using public cloud services to expand our technology infrastructure, he quickly expressed doubt about the value of the approach. There were several reasons for his reaction, which he revealed in the following questions: How secure is […]

Tuning Out the Static to Improve Radio Content Curation


The U.S. radio market is a competitive business that is undergoing significant change. Operators are being pressured by new rivals in digital, satellite and Internet radio, including subscription services, such as Pandora and Spotify. More than 15,000 stations vie for $18 billion in annual U.S. radio advertising spend – a figure projected to grow by […]