WAND Digital Menu Boards – Award Winning Creative

Check out some of the best work from WAND’s Digital Menu Boards award-winning creative services team. From succulent chicken to mouth-watering burgers, WAND’s creative team works hard to create amazing Digital Menu Boards that increase average ticket size and incite last-minute purchases.
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SignStix Product Shortlisted for AV Awards' Digital Signage Award

SignStix Product Shortlisted for AV Awards' Digital Signage Award
Digital signage platform SignStix is a finalist for the Digital Signage Product of the Year category with its cloud-based SaaS (software-as-a-service) solution, used by commercial and corporate enterprises to drive customer engagement and enhance in …
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How digital signage is leading retail's 'Internet of Things'
The number of endpoint solutions available to retailers combined with the IoE can help retailers make more informed decisions to tailor the customer experience — and the strongest customer-facing tool in a retailer's arsenal is digital signage, given …
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Giada USA Announces i58B Mini-PC with 4K Ultra HD for Digital Signage
Giada Technology, a provider of MicroServers, Mini-PCs and embedded motherboards, announces the i58B, a new Intel Broadwell-based slim Mini-PC designed for digital signage applications. The i58B provides 4K video capability and powerful Intel HD …
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USNORTHCOM and NORAD Standardize on Desktop Alert IP-Based Mass Notification System, Win Platinum GSN 2014 Homeland Security Award

Chatham, New Jersey (PRWEB) November 21, 2014

Desktop Alert Inc. tThe” less than a minute alert notification platform “used by the US military and numerous healthcare and business organizations worldwide, today announced the USNORTHCOM and NORAD have standardized on the desktop alert notification from the platform and was recently named as recipients 1st Place Platinum Award “nofollow” in the prestigious 2014 GSN Homeland Security Award for implementation of emergency Notable – Federal / state or local on basis of the notification Alert Network Enterprise Desktop Level System.

United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM of) provides command and control over internal defense efforts of the Department of Defense and coordinates defense support of civil authorities. US Northern Command defends the US, the protection of its people, national power, and freedom of action.

Desktop Alert is now the norm in command of the North American Aerospace Defense (NORAD), a combined organization in the United States and Canada that provides aerospace warning, air sovereignty, and defense for North America. Latest desktop alert the Desktop Alert emergency notification capability is now integrated with the emergency conference system for NORAD headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Never before a military installation was such a powerful solution for warning and immediate and effective communication to headquarters staff, staff and visitors in case of emergency.

The US Northern Command has a double mission:

Conduct operations to deter, prevent and defeat threats and aggression aimed at the United States, its territories and interests in the area of ​​responsibility

As directed by the president or secretary of defense, provide support to civil authorities (typically a federal agency) in the territory defense operations, including consequence management operations.

Desktop Alert can contact thousands of computer users at their office and force them to click to confirm receipt of the message flashed on their screen. These unaudited are then listed on a report and / or sent as a “Target Package” to be automatically integrated contacted by other means such as email, sms, texting, smartphone, and personal safety device.

Desktop Alert Inc. is the official supplier of enterprise reporting system to the army and the National Guard of the air, and the Air Force Academy United States, the US Air Force Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base, and Fort Rucker in Alabama. Desktop Alert Inc. is the largest provider notification based on IP to the US military worldwide, including Fort Hood in Texas.

“We are very honored to be declared the network filing standard at this crucial ministry of defense organizations. Critical decisions must be taken by the dynamic leaders of today who know best that they have to establish maximum awareness situation immediately during difficult events. The technology is a high priority to save lives, protect property and ensure continuity of operations in extreme circumstances. With a global mission Increasingly, this integration in a timely warning time on the desktop with the Emergency Conference System Network is a significant fortification building, “said Howard Ryan, CEO and Founder desktop alert Inc.

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Desktop Alert provides a range of end-point integrations with clients of public address systems (voice Giant), intercom systems, commanders channels, platforms, email, and DSN-based telephony and SMS cloud-based systems, desktop alert popups network alerts National Weather Service postcode based, digital signage, Cable TV, many social media, warning the CAP server, sensors to external systems such as temperature devices and fire alarm systems.

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Imprivata CEO Omar Hussain Honored as Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 Award Winner

Lexington, Mass. (PRWEB) July 02, 2013

Imprivata®, a leading global provider of healthcare IT security solutions, today announced that president and CEO Omar Hussain has been named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2013 in the Security and Compliance category for the New England region. The award recognizes outstanding high-growth entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

“I am honored to be chosen as a winner of this prestigious award, which I consider to be recognition of all Imprivata’s phenomenal employees who have helped the company grow from a small startup to a long-term strategic partner for healthcare organizations around the world,” said Omar Hussain, president and CEO of Imprivata. “Our employees as well as our investors have been willing to take risks and support our decisions in pursuit of a common goal because they are passionate about what Imprivata stands for. In addition, we have forged strong, trusted relationships with our global customer base, with which we work closely to develop solutions that simplify healthcare IT for the betterment of patient care. The combination of these factors creates a foundation on which a successful company can be built.”

One of the biggest risks Hussain took came in 2009 when he elected to focus primarily on the healthcare market. At that point, Imprivata was successfully selling its products across multiple industries, earning annual revenues of about $ 20 million. Although only about 60 percent of revenue came from healthcare at that time, Hussain recognized that Imprivata’s healthcare clients were using the company’s technology to solve far-reaching, strategic challenges unique to that industry. Hussain felt this was a significant opportunity to reposition the company for long-term success, and since that time, the risk has paid off.

Today, more than 1,000 hospitals and 2 million licensed users in healthcare globally rely on Imprivata every day to simplify healthcare IT for the betterment of patient care. Revenue exceeded $ 50 million in 2012 and Imprivata employs more than 250 people globally. The company’s robust partner ecosystem includes all major electronic health records providers as well as leading technology firms such as Citrix, VMware, Samsung, Dell Wyse, TI and Teradici.

“Omar has been a tremendous leader for Imprivata and a mentor to its employees, fostering a culture of innovation that has grown the company from a budding startup to a global industry leader,” said Dave Barrett, Managing General Partner at Polaris Partners and a member of Imprivata’s Board of Directors. “Being selected as an Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young is remarkable and a well-deserved honor. We congratulate Omar on this award and look forward to continued success at Imprivata for years to come.”

Now in its 27th year, the Ernst &Young Entrepreneur of the Year Program has honored the inspirational leadership of such entrepreneurs as Howard Schultz of Starbucks Coffee Company, Arthur M. Blank of AMB Group, LLC (The Home Depot, Atlanta Falcons), Pierre Omidyar of eBay Inc., Ruth Fertel of Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Maxine Clark of Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc., Tom Adams of Rosetta Stone, Reid Hoffman and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn, and 2012 winner Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of Chobani Inc.

These regional award winners now go on to compete at the national level. Award winners in several national categories, as well as the National Entrepreneur of the Year Overall Award winner, will be announced at the annual awards gala in Palm Springs, California, on November 16, 2013. The awards are the culminating event of the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum®, the nation’s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.

About Imprivata

Imprivata®, the leader in healthcare IT security, enables secure access and collaboration for two million healthcare users worldwide. As the #1 independent provider of single sign-on and access management solutions for healthcare and other regulated industries, Imprivata OneSign® Single Sign-On is exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association (AHA) and recognized by Gartner and KLAS. Imprivata Cortext™ is the leading free HIPAA compliant text messaging solution for healthcare. Headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts, Imprivata serves 1,300 hospitals in partnership with over 200 EMR and technology infrastructure vendors around the world. For more information, please visit http://www.imprivata.com.

All Imprivata products are trademarks of Imprivata, Inc. in the USA and other countries. All other product or company names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

The Old State Earns Website Design Award for Work with Dallas Arboretum

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 11, 2014

The Old State announced today that the full-service digital marketing website design agency was awarded the Best Cultural Digital Signage from the Digital Screenmedia Association. Company officials say the award was provided in recognition of The Old State’s installation of touch screen kiosks in the highly regarded new Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum. The educational kiosk project is one of the largest installs of its kind in the country – boasting some 980 interactive touch-screen games on over 120 outdoor screens. The Old State also recently designed and developed the Dallas Arboretum’s website.

“This is a bold new step for The Old State,” said Travis McElroy, Owner and CEO of The Old State. “We reached for the brass ring on this project and it really paid off.”

“Nothing like this has been done before on this scale that I know of,” says Ron LeonGuerrero, Director of Technology at The Old State. “Our entire team came together and did a superb job in a very short amount of time. I’m very proud of all of them.”

The award, coming on the heels of a Gold Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for Texas Christian University’s Admissions website, is the second commendation that the company has received this year.

With new clients such as Klyde Warren Park in Dallas, and Great Parks of Hamilton County in Ohio, The Old State is emerging as the go-to company for outdoor kiosk design, development, and installation.

About The Old State:

The state of your brand is our business. We build cohesive websites, beautiful branding and print collateral, powerful applications, and our own web-based products to make your business as visible and profitable as possible. We turn clutter into clarity, problems into solutions and ideas into reality.


2013 World Technology Award Finalists Announced

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

The World Technology Network ( The WTN) announced today the names of 50 finalists of companies (in 10 categories) and 100 individual Finalists (in 20 categories) for the prestigious World Technology 2013, presented by the WTN in association with time, Fortune, CNN, Science / AAAS and Kurzweil Technologies. Finalists join the WTN membership – a list of organizations (member companies) and individuals (WTN Fellows) from over 60 countries around the world (see below for a complete list of 2013 Finalists Price).

The World Technology Awards have been presented by the WTN since 2000, as a way to honor those in 20 different categories that are “the innovative work of the greatest likely long-term significance.” Nominees for the 2013 World Technology Awards were selected by the WTN Fellows (winners and finalists from previous annual Award cycles in the individual price categories) through an intensive global process of several months.

The WTN is a community of belonging curator of the exhibition made up of individuals and most innovative in the world of science organizations, technology, and related fields. The WTN and its members – those creating the 21st century -. Focus on exploring what is imminent, possible, and important in and around emerging technologies

The winners of the 2013 World Technology Awards will be announced at a ceremony at the historic Time-Life Building in New York on the evening of November 15 at the end of the Technology 12th annual global summit two days ‘thought’ Leadership Conference (14 Nov. / 15 ) which was held at the TIME Conference Center and presented by the WTN in association with TIME magazine, Fortune, CNN, Science / AAAS, and others.

Most delegates to the 2013 Summit will award candidates, current WTN members (winners and finalists from previous Awards cycles), as well as other leaders from business, technology and the industry.

James P. Clark, founder and president of the World Technology Network, praised the achievements of 150 Prize finalists at the announcement today at the Harvard Club in New York, saying, “Advances in Technology and science have deeply and profoundly changed our world. And should only continue exponential growth, technological innovation has become the most powerful force in human affairs. This year we are more eager than ever to pay tribute to the talent and innovation of our individual and corporate winners. “

Clark continued, “Every year, this event gains momentum and prestige to a single global platform to honor visionary contributions in the arena of science and technology. The World Technology Awards program is not only a very inspiring way to identify and honor the most innovative people and organizations in the technology world, but it is also a truly disciplined way for the WTN membership to identify those who will formally join them, as WTN Fellows and Corporate Members, and as part of our global community. By working to make useful connections among our members, we look forward to helping to continue to help create our collective future and change our world. “

To see the complete list of 2013 World Technology Award Finalists, please visit http://www.wtn.net/summit2013/index.php

About the World Technology Network (WTN)

WTN is a community of organized membership consists of most World innovative individuals and organizations in science, technology, and related fields. The WTN and its members – visionaries creating the 21st century – are focused on exploring what is imminent, possible, and important in and around emerging technologies. The WTN exists to “encourage serendipity” – to catalyze happy accidents of colliding ideas and new relationships that cause the biggest breakthroughs for individuals and organizations.

The World Technology Awards are as a way of honoring outstanding innovators, and as a control mechanism to determine the newest WTN members – Winners and finalists in each year of the Prize.

Through our events and programs we provide to our members, candidates and Price occasionally sponsors rarely reach and connect with the most influential innovators in the world to extend and amplify their message and work.

Members Press: To apply to attend the Summit & amp; 2013 World Technology amp; Price as a member of the press, please contact:

Michael Kennedy, Ph.D.

Director of Marketing

Phone: 212-359-1663 ext. 501

Email: makennedy (at) WTN (dot) net


R. Luke DuBois
– Composer, Artist & amp; amp; Interpreter

Dennis Hwang – Original Google Doodler, visual director of Niantic Labs

Natasha Tsakos – Visual Artist & amp; amp; Director Performer

Mark Anton Read – Visual Effects & amp; amp; 3D HFR Director, Producer, Director of Photography, Colorist, Artist and technologist

Daan Roosegaarde – Artist & amp; amp; Innovative, Studio Roosegaarde


George Church – Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School; NIH Director Centre for Excellence in Genomic Science

Gustavo Stolovitzky – Manager, Functional Genomics and Systems Biology, IBM Research

Roy Bar-Ziv – group leader at the Laboratory of artificial biological systems and soft matter, Department of Materials and Interfaces, Weizmann Institute of Science

Alan Colman – Executive Director, Singapore Stem Cell Consortium; Principal Investigator, A * STAR Institute of Medical Biology, Singapore; and Professor of Regenerative Medicine, King’s College, University of London, UK

Karl Deisseroth – Professor, Member Bioengineering, Bio-X; Professor of Psychiatry & amp; amp; Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University

Ann Graybiel – researcher McGovern for Brain Research Institute; Professor, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT

Stuart Lindsay – Director, Center for Single Molecule Biophysics; Professor of Physics and Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, State University of Arizona


23andMe, Inc.

Amgen, Inc.

Biogen Idec

Life Technologies

Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


Brian Chesky – CEO & amp; amp; Co-founder, Airbnb, Inc.

Edmon Chung – CEO, DotAsia Organisation Ltd

Marian Croak – VP applications and infrastructure services, AT & amp; amp; T

Rebecca Moore – Director, Google Earth Outreach, Google

von Ahn – CEO, Duolingo; Co-inventor CAPTCHA; Inventor reCAPTCHA

Mark Zuckerberg -. Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Facebook, Inc.



NHN Corp


ViaSat, Inc.

AT & amp; amp ;. T, Inc.


kunle Adeyemi – Founder, Nie, Amsterdam; Architect Floating Makoko schools, Nigeria

Dinard da Mata – Designer and Art Director, ddmdesign; Senior Designer, Johnson Controls Automotive Experience, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Amy Gilvary – Founder & amp; amp; Owner VoicePix

Doris Sung – Principal, DOSU architecture studio LLC; Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, USC

Daniel Harden – President / CEO and Chief Designer, Whipsaw, Inc., California
Bre Pettis
– CEO & amp; amp; Co-Founder, MakerBot


Kalevi Ekman – Director, Design Factory; Professor, School of Science and Technology Aalto University

Jose Ferreira – Founder & amp; amp; CEO, Knewton, Inc.

Sal Khan – Founder & amp; amp; Executive Director, Khan Academy

Brij Kothari – Chairman & amp; amp; CEO, PlanetRead

Cliff Schmidt – Founder & amp; amp; Chair, Literacy Bridge

Constance M. Yowell – Director of Education, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Ariel Diaz – Founder & amp; amp; CEO unlimited


Michael Adams – Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Georgia

Scott & amp; amp; Julie Brusaw – Co-inventors & amp; amp; Co-Founders, solar roadways

Joseph Heremans – NAE members, Ohio Eminent Scholar, mechanical and amp; Aerospace engineer; Professor, Physics, University of Ohio

Daniel G. Nocera – Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy, Harvard University

Rafael Verduzco – Louis Owen Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Rice University


BrightSource Energy, Inc.

G24i Power Ltd.


Rawlemon Solar Architecture

Tesla Motors, Inc.


Allen DeBevoise – Co-founder, President & amp; amp; CEO, Machinima, Inc.

Cristina Sylla; Sérgio Gonçalves; Pedro Branco; Clara Coutinho – researchers engageLab, University of Minho, Portugal

Kei Shiratori, Takeshi Mukai & amp; amp; Younghyo Bak – Artists & amp; amp; Creators ARART App

Anthony Wood – Founder & amp; amp; CEO, Roku, Inc.

Matt Denton – Founder, Director and Chief Designer, MicroMagic Systems


Elizabeth Cochran – Geophysicist Research, United States Geological Survey; Project manager, Quake-Catcher Network

Richard M. Crooks & amp; amp; Ulrich Tallarek – Professor, Department of Chemistry & amp; amp; Biochemistry and the Center for Nano and Molecular Science and Technology, University of Texas at Austin; Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
Arup K. SenGupta
– PC Rossin Professor principal; Professor, Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering & amp; amp; Environmental Engineering, Lehigh University

Sugianto Tandio – President, PT. Tirta Marta, Indonesia

Mark J. Post – Professor of Vascular Physiology; Head of the Department of Physiology at the University of Maastricht, Netherlands

Jackson D. Leow – Assistant Professor, National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan; Researcher II, A * STAR Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology



Eco-Fuel Africa

Ecosphere Technologies, Inc.


Strawberry Energy LLC

KONE, Inc.
Global Thermostat LLC


Luciano Floridi – Research Professor, Philosophy and Ethics of Information, University of Oxford

Amy Gutmann – President of the University of Pennsylvania; Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science, School of Arts and Sciences; Professor of Communication, Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania

Debra Satz – Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society & amp; amp; Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University

Mariarosaria Taddeo – Fellow in Cyber ​​Security and Ethics, Department of Political Science and International Studies (PAIS), University of Warwick

Michael Zimmer – Assistant Professor & amp; amp; Director, Center for Policy Research Information, University of Wisconsin

Peter-Paul Verbeek – professor of philosophy of technology & amp; amp; Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of Twente, Netherlands


Jim Breyer – Partner, Accel Partners

Kai-Fu Lee – Founder, Chairman & amp; amp; CEO, Innovation Works

Mary Meeker – Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & amp; amp; Byers

David Sze – Partner, Greylock Partners

Peter Thiel – Founder & amp; amp; President, Clarium Capital; Partner, Founders Fund

Andreessen Horowitz


Pure Energy Partners

Sequoia Capital


Laurent Bonassar – Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University

Atul Butte – Head of the Division of Systems Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Stanford University

Jane Chen – CEO & amp; amp; Co-founder, Embrace Innovations

Didrick Daniel – CEO, Didrick Medical, Inc.

Risto Ilmoniemi – Academy teacher; School of Aalto University, Finland

Walter de Brouwer -. CEO, Scanadu, Inc.


NuPathe, Inc.

Hidalgo Ltd

International Business Machines Corp

Touch Bionics, Inc.

Qualcomm Life, Inc.

Masimo Corp.

hardware (INDIVIDUAL)

Jack Dorsey & amp; amp; Jim McKelvey – Co-Founder & amp; amp; CEO, Square, Inc.; Co-Founder & amp; amp; President, Square, Inc.

Ariel Garten – CEO, InteraXon, Inc.

David Hanson – Founder & amp; amp; CEO, Hanson Robotics, Inc.
Hiroshi Ishiguro
– Professor, Osaka University and ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories
Babak Parviz
– Founder, Google Glass; Manager, Google, Inc.
Roel Vertegaal
– Professor at the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) & amp; amp; Director of the Laboratory of Human Media, School of Computing, Queen’s University, Canada

Martin Gren – Founder & amp; amp; Director of New Projects, Axis Communications AB

hardware (COMPANY)

Biorobotics Laboratory (BioRob)

3D Systems, Inc.

Kiva Systems LLC

Liquid Robotics, Inc.


Amr Awadallah
– Founder & amp; amp; CTO, Cloudera, Inc.

Sachin Chitta – Manager & amp; amp; Research Scientist, Willow Garage, Inc.

Eldad Farkash – Co-Founder & amp; amp; CTO SiSense Ltd
Simson Garfinkel
– Associate Professor, Naval Postgraduate School, California

By Ola Kristensson – Lecturer in Human Interaction, University of St Andrews; Co-founder, SACHI Group



GenoSpace LLC


Splunk, Inc.



Percolate Industries, Inc.


Susanne Beck – Professor, Department of Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, University EBS, Germany
Cuéllar – Stanley Morrison Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Co-Director of CISAC

Mark Lemley – Co-Founder, Lex Machina; William H. Neukom Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology; Director, Masters Program at Stanford Law, Science and Technology, Stanford University

Erica Palmerini – Project Coordinator, RoboLaw; Professor, Graduate School Sant’Anna, Italy

Daniel Solove – John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School

Christopher Holman – Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Missouri at Kansas City


Magid Abraham – Chairman, CEO & amp; amp; Co-Founder, comScore, Inc.

Marco Gomes – Founder & amp; amp; CMO, boo-box, Brazil

Hazem Mohamed Rushdi – Co-Founder & amp; amp; CTO Merchlar

Guy Kawasaki – Business Unit Special Adviser Motorola, Google, Inc.

Robin Li – Co-Founder, President & amp; amp; CEO, Baidu, Inc.

Diana Tsai and Stephany Zoo – CEO & amp; amp; Visionary; CMO & amp; amp; Superconnector, Bundshop LLC


Zhenan Bao – Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University

Vladimir Bulović – Professor of Electrical Engineering, MIT; Fariborz Maseeh Chair in Emerging Technologies; Head of organic and nanostructured electronic Laboratory; Director, Microsystems Technology Laboratories, MIT; Co-Director, MIT-ENI Solar Frontiers Center.

Alan J. Heeger – Professor of Physics and Materials, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, UC Santa Barbara

Thomas Meyer – Arey Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Edwin Thomas – William and Stephanie Sick Dean, George R. Brown School of Engineering, Rice University
Zhong Lin Wang
– Hightower Chair in Materials Science and Engineering, Regents Professor, Distinguished Engineering Professor and Director, Center for nanostructure characterization, Georgia Tech.
Esko Kauppinen
– Professor, Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Science, Aalto University, Finland
Risto Nieminen
– Professor Emeritus, Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Science, Aalto University, Finland

Materials (COMPANY)

Angstron Materials, Inc.

Bayer MaterialScience LLC

Natcore Technology, Inc.

NeverWet [Ross Nanotechnology LLC]

Arjowiggins Creative Papers


Charles Arthur – Technology Editor, The Guardian

Emily Bell – Professor of Professional Practice & amp; amp; Director of the Center for Digital Journalism towing, Columbia Journalism School, Columbia University
Jaron Lanier
– Scholar, Live Labs, Microsoft Corporation; Interdisciplinary Scholar-in-Residence, CET, UC Berkeley

Eric Schmidt & amp; amp; Jared Cohen – Executive Chairman, Google, Inc.,. Director of Google Ideas
Joshua Topolsky
– Editor & amp; amp; Co-founder, The Verge


Julian Assange Paul – Founder, Wikileaks

Ronald Deibert – Director, Canadian Centre for Studies and global security amp; Citizen Lab., The Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Canada

Bill & amp; amp; Melinda Gates – Co-Chairs, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Jennifer Pahlka – Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Government Innovation; Executive Director & amp; amp; Founder, Code for America Labs, Inc.
Rachel Sterne Haot
– Digital Director, City of New York


Anne Githuku-Shongwe – Founder & amp; amp; CEO, Afroes Games

Erica Kochi – Co-Founder & amp; amp; Co-Leader, Innovation Unit NY UNICEF, UNICEF

Jessica Matthews & amp; amp; Julia Silverman – Co-Founder & amp; amp; CEO, Uncharted Play, Inc.

Anand Shah – Founder & amp; amp; Director Sarvajal (Piramal Water Private Limited)

Lesley Silverthorn Marincola – CEO, Angaza


Eric Anderson & amp; amp; Peter Diamandis – Co-Founder & amp; amp; Co-Chairman, Planetary Resources, Inc.

William Borucki – Senior Scientist, NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California

Darlene Damm & amp; amp; Diego Favarolo – Co-Founders, DIYROCKETS, Inc.

Michael C. Malin – President & amp; amp; Chief Scientist, Malin Space Science Systems, Inc.

Elon Musk – CEO & amp; amp; Chief Designer, Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX)


Deep Space Industries, Inc.
Honeybee Robotics Ltd.

NASA – Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

Saber Astronautics LLC

Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX)

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Rehan Khan receives Broward Ultimate CEO Award of 2014

Miramar, FL (PRWEB) August 15, 2014

Acordis International Corp, a South Florida-based Information Technology & Solutions company which provides a wide variety of Services and technology solutions. The CEO of Acordis Mr. Rehan Khan is been listed as 2014 Ultimate Broward CEO. The script of the interview is listed below.

Rehan Khan

President/CEO, Acordis International

11650 Interchange Circle N., Miramar 33025

(954) 620-0072



B.B.A. in marketing, Florida International University
Personal Note

“During high school and college, I ran 800 meters as an athlete and enjoyed playing cricket,” Khan says. “I still play it.”

At Acordis International, Rehan Khan believes his effectiveness as a leader is borne from a list of attributes he recites to himself every day. They are commitment, communication, confidence, creative, taking care of clients, can-do attitude, ability to inspire and intuition.

If asked by an apprentice or an aspiring executive what helped make him successful, Khan would also add vision, perseverance and his strengths as a team builder. As a leader, his vision becomes a focal point he communicates to his employees. Perseverance gets a leader and his company through the challenges and keeps morale strong.

“Team building is the most important characteristic for growth and success,” he says. “My team is the biggest success to our organization. We closely work with each other on projects, tasks and implementation. I firmly believe in asking and delegating to achieve results, and my team always assists me in meeting that goal.”

Together, Khan and his team have achieved triple-digit growth in the past two years at Acordis, which provides data, storage and infrastructure management; managed IT; VoIP and wireless; digital signage; virtualization; systems architecture; and IT security. Khan believes his services and his team will be his legacy.

“The best leadership legacies are a consequence of success coming to those who are surrounded by people that want their success to continue,” he says. “As a young, growing company, we are attracting young talent and leaders for tomorrow. I am confident that my legacy will bring a bright leader for tomorrow.”

About Acordis International Corp

Acordis is a Florida-based organization that dedicates itself to helping companies increase efficiencies and reduce costs by implementing technological solutions. Acordis is best known for its expertise, performance and knowledge in IT security, document management solutions, managed IT services, data management, storage management, infrastructure management, systems architecture, cloud services, virtualization, multifunctional copiers and printers, digital signage, managed print services, VOIP, and wireless networking.

For more information, please visit http://www.acordiscorp.com.