As one of the major research components of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) has the broad mission to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology through research and development in information technology, mathematics, and statistics.
"The future of work will be built on transformative digital workplaces that engage and empower employees by placing them at the center of an increasingly-cognitive enterprise," said Nayaki Nayyar, President, Digital Service Management at BMC. "Companies that fail to prepare for a business landscape where artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and automation redefine how we work will have difficulty attracting and retaining skilled workforces. Our BMC Digital Workplace solution increases the ability to deliver on those criteria by providing key digital workplace capabilities in the cloud or on-premise, all available via a single pane of glass that transforms the way we work."
John succeeds when assisting clients in developing solutions that have measurable business impact. With 25 years of field experience, John has developed solutions for multiple vertical industries including: banking/financial services, retail, life-sciences, and others. John has also lead very complex initiatives for Microsoft Corporation, SAP, and other software companies throughout all phases of the system development lifecycle. His technology skills are complimented by his ability to articulate ideas through a variety of channels across all levels of an organization.
This installment of Research for Practice features a special curated selection from John Regehr, who takes us on a tour of great debates in academic computer science research. In case you thought flame wars were reserved for Usenet mailing lists and Twitter, think again: the academic literature is full of dramatic, spectacular, and vigorous debates spanning file systems, operating system kernel design, and formal verification.