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Tetra Tech's Brian W. Callahan Discusses Defense System Modernization

Improving business processes, reducing sustainment costs, and advancing the capabilities of the aging DoD IT environment
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Brian W. Callahan provides strategic direction in designing and executing solutions for modernizing mission-critical information systems for Department of Defense (DoD) clients. Beginning with his experience in data analysis and the related business process challenges of the client, he leads the development of solution strategy, team building, and application of innovative technologies. Brian’s passion is working with clients to design process improvements and apply appropriate technologies that transform their operations and solve their most challenging problems.

Showing Up for Arizona Students, Families and Teachers

NortonLifeLock funds COVID-19 relief grants for all eligible Arizona PTAs that applied
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By Leslie Boggs, President of National PTA

Tetra Tech's Melinda Tam Discusses How Cybersecurity Plays into the Digital World

Leveraging digital transformation to provide data-driven value and drive revenue
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Melinda Tam is an electrical engineer with more than 30 years of experience. Five years out of college, she started her own electrical, instrumentation, and controls engineering firm. Within 15 years, her firm had more than 100 employees and 4 offices across the United States. Melinda focused on turn-key control system upgrades, which included planning, design, implementation, and maintenance services. Since 2010, she has been supporting clients to develop a technology road map to transform field data into intelligent information for utility operations, maintenance, and management.

Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is Revolutionizing Healthcare, but the Cybersecurity Threat is Real

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility
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The healthcare industry is being revolutionized by developments in Internet of Things (IoT), or more specifically the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) — also known as Healthcare IoT. Nothing is more consumer-visible of this fact than the pervasiveness of medial wearables, such as smart watches and bands. A wide variety of such wearables, along with other connected biosensors, provide the ability to monitor various health metrics and automatically send that data to other devices or even directly to physicians.

UPS Infographic | Lessons From Our eBike Journey

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UPS is exploring a range of solutions to make deliveries within cities more efficient and with zero emissions, including with electric bicycles and tricycles. We launched our first eBike delivery pilot in Hamburg, Germany, in 2012. Today, we are working on more than 30 urban logistics projects in cities worldwide.

The Role of Design, Test & Security in Today's Healthcare Advancements

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility
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Technology has always played a critical role in the healthcare industry. However, recent advancements are driving a revolution in capabilities and opportunities to improve the health and wellness of people around the world. And at a time when such advancements are sorely needed, I might add.

T‑Mobile Unveils Latest Un‑carrier Move: Scam Shield — A Massive Set of Free Solutions to Protect Customers From Rampant Scams and Robocalls

Announces major merger milestone to begin operations under flagship T-Mobile brand across the entire country on August 2
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  • What’s the news: T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier move, Scam Shield, takes on scams and unwanted robocalls with an unparalleled series of bold solutions to protect T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile and Sprint customers for free. AT&T and Verizon make millions charging for protection, and the Un-carrier is challenging them to stop profiting from fear. The company will unify under the T-Mobile brand in retail nationwide on August 2, with new plans to bring even more competition to wireless than ever before.
  • Why it matters: Scams and unwanted robocalls are the #1 complaint to the FCC and cost Americans over $10 billion a year. Now scammers are poised to prey on consumers’ growing health and financial fears in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Who it’s for: Anyone who's had it with scams and unwanted robocalls. So, you know, everyone.
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  • What’s the news: T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier move, Scam Shield, takes on scams and unwanted robocalls with an unparalleled series of bold solutions to protect T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile and Sprint customers for free. AT&T and Verizon make millions charging for protection, and the Un-carrier is challenging them to stop profiting from fear. The company will unify under the T-Mobile brand in retail nationwide on August 2, with new plans to bring even more competition to wireless than ever before.
  • Why it matters: Scams and unwanted robocalls are the #1 complaint to the FCC and cost Americans over $10 billion a year. Now scammers are poised to prey on consumers’ growing health and financial fears in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Who it’s for: Anyone who's had it with scams and unwanted robocalls. So, you know, everyone.

Have You Set Tech Ground Rules For Your Kids?

NortonLifeLock, National PTA and The Smart Talk can help
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Do the kids you care for know how to disable location tracking on all of their apps? Do they know their limit on screen time? Do your children understand that anything posted or shared on social media can be saved by screenshots even if they delete it?

Raising children in the age of smartphones and social media brings new challenges and concerns for all families. Parents and caregivers today, dealing with virtual school and increased online interactions, are facing ever-expanding and ever-evolving online dangers.

IoT and the Future of Transportation

By Cheryl Ajluni, IoT Solutions Lead - Keysight Technologies
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Imagine a world where your car monitors your daily morning commute while safely parked in your driveway. On one particular morning, it detects a major collision along your intended route. Simultaneously, it checks your calendar and sees you have a critical meeting at 9:00 am with your most important client. Realizing you will miss your meeting if you wake at the normal time, your car alerts your smart watch to sound it’s alarm 30 minutes early. In just the blink of an eye, a potentially significant business disaster has been averted.

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