Kevin holds an MBA in international business and has dedicated himself to becoming a more compassionate person, sensitive to the needs of others.
Kevin is first and foremost, a business technology consultant. He is currently the Southwestern United States account director with ALE, bringing almost three decades of experience and successful results in business technology. Kevin is guided by a philosophy that “life is a journey of moment-by-moment growth or atrophy,” and his personal journey directive is a decisive choice for growth.
“Every moment is an opportunity to make a difference and the difference that I am committed to making is a positive one of progress and fulfillment for everyone.”
Connected-driverless vehicles (automobiles not operated by humans, yet connected to a sophisticated guidance network) will become the norm.
Your whys, are our Why
Building Today’s and Tomorrow’s Intelligent Transportation Systems
Cisco often claims that it may charge a little more (a little?!) for its network switches than the competition, but when all things are considered, Cisco leads in Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Really?
At the end of the original "Back to the Future" movie, Marty cautions Doc Brown that there isn’t enough road for the DeLorean time machine to achieve the necessary 88 MPH to catapult them into time travel, to which Doc responds, "Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads."
But is this the end of the story?
We have known for a century, thanks to Einstein, that "matter" is energy (or at least can be converted to energy, and vice versa).
I can’t remember the first time that I heard the term FUD, but the strength of its impact has always struck me as remarkable!
This is part 2 of a series titled "Demythologizing Cisco"
I recently returned to the high technology industry after a nine year detour into the world of philanthropy.