Polytechnic University On Air with “Tomorrow’s Technology Today” Brings Leading Techniques in Cyber-Sophistication to CIOs, Entrepreneurs, and Consumers of Greater New York
CIOs, entrepreneurs of fast-paced start ups, business professionals and technology gurus and students can tune in to WFAS-AM in Westchester and learn about the hottest techniques of cyber-sophistication. “Tomorrow’s Technology Today” radio series launches its third season on AM 1230 WFAS in White Plains Mondays at 7:00 p.m. from April 21 through June 30 , hosted by Dr. Andres Fortino, associate provost of Polytechnic University’s Westchester campus.
“Tomorrow’s Technology Today’ provides information for business professionals who want to bring their enterprises to the next level of cyber-sophistication and who require these resources,” states Dr. Fortino. The broadcast “intends to educate consumers, including parents and teachers, about the latest trends in science and technology and motivates young people to become passionate about Science, Technology, Engineering and Technology Management as a career choice,” says Dr. Fortino.
Sponsored by Polytechnic University, the show will welcome several new guests, including the Hon. Andrew Spano, Westchester County Executive, to discuss Westchester selected as one of the top seven intelligent communities in the world, as well as other such as Dr. Jen-Yao Chung, IEEE Fellow and IBM researcher, to discuss various topics ranging from solar technology and Web 2.0 to building a greener IT operation.
|April 21, 2008||James Albert
Founder and President ISIS Inc.
Are we ready to sell electricity back to the power company?
|April 28, 2008||Rob Marano
|WEB 2.0 IN THE WORKPLACE
|May 5, 2008||Hon. Andrew Spano Weschester County Executive||NTELLIGENT COMMUNITY AWARDS
Westchester is 2008 Finalist
|May 12, 2008||Dr. Norm Jacknis
What tech do they want in the workplace?
|May 19, 2008||Terence Deneny
|BUILDING THE GREEN DATA CENTER
Notes from the field
|June 2, 2008||Dr. Jen-Yao Chung
IBM TJ Watson Research Center
|GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND SERVICES
Roadmap to green computing
|June 9, 2008||Mike Lackey
|THE UNITED NATIONS AND ICT
Academy and CIO Forum
|June 16, 2008||Rommel Nobay
Member Engagement Strategist Medco Health
|HEALTH CARE AND IT Electronic medical records|
|June 23, 2008||John Goggin
|WEB 2.0 AND GOVERNMENT
The issue of transparency and trust