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In a money-saving revelation for organizations inclined to invest in specialized information technology to support the process of idea generation, new research suggests that even non-specialized, everyday organizational IT can encourage employees’ creativity.


Recently published in the journal Information and Organization, these findings from Dorit Nevo, an associate professor in the Lally School of Management at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, show standard IT can be used for innovation. Furthermore, this is much more likely to happen when the technology is in the hands of employees who are motivated to master technology, understand their role in the organization, are recognized for their efforts, and are encouraged to develop their skills.

“What this study reveals is that innovation is found not just by using technology specifically created to support idea-generation,” Nevo said. “Creativity comes from both the tool and the person who uses it.”

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“We are pleased to welcome Vishal to the Lexmark executive team,” Waugerman added. “His leadership attributes, strategic vision and deep expertise in IoT, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, hybrid cloud, and development of award-winning products and platforms make him an ideal fit for Lexmark as we transform our company for the future.”

Gupta comes to Lexmark from Unisys, where he led a team of more than 1,500 engineers and was responsible for all products and platforms. Before joining Unisys in 2018, Gupta served as senior vice president of engineering at Symantec Corporation, overseeing global teams for end-to-end engineering, architecture and product management for multiple product lines across security software offerings. Prior to his tenure at Symantec, Vishal was chief product and IoT officer for Silent Circle, a cybersecurity and privacy company in the mobile communications space. He previously held senior leadership roles with Cisco Systems, including vice president of Vertical

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Feb 01, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware This Global Healthcare Information Technology report studies the industry based on one or more segments covering key players, types, applications, products, technology, end-users, and regions for historical data as well as provides forecasts for next few years.

Emergence of artificial intelligence in healthcare will serve as a high impact rendering factor for the healthcare IT market. Artificial intelligence helps in providing practitioner assistance and decision support for tasks such as patient diagnosis and symptom analysis, thereby leading to better data management and driving the overall healthcare IT market.

Healthcare Information Technology (IT) Market will exceed USD 441.8 billion by 2025; as per a new research report.

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Increasing funding for healthcare IT through various government initiatives will boost healthcare IT market

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 – Bolsters Voyager’s Safe and Secure platform –

NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – Voyager Digital Ltd. (“Voyager” or the “Company”) (CSE: VYGR) (OTCQB: VYGVF) (FRA: UCD2), a publicly-traded, licensed crypto-asset broker that provides investors with a turnkey solution to trade crypto assets, today announced it has appointed Daniel Costantino, CISSP, CISM, CEH, as Chief Information Security Officer.

Mr. Costantino joins Voyager from Penn Medicine, where he was the Associate CIO and CISO.  He will spearhead Voyager’s implementation and maturity of several information technology and security programs, including further enhancements to infrastructure scalability and best-in-class security safeguards to continue ensuring complete platform and account protection to our customers.  A highly decorated United States Marine, Dan served in both combat and humanitarian tours during his time in the military as a Cyber Network Operator. He was nominated as a “CSO

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