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Michelle Luft

Michelle Luft is Senior Vice President, Senior Director of Operations for FactSet’s Research & Advisory Strategic Business Unit. Michelle is a people-focused and results-driven leader who adds an EQ lens to the traditional operations responsibilities of P&L ownership, revenue and cost forecasting, workforce planning, defining the business’ long-term strategy, and aligning team members across

2021-11-08T21:59:03+00:00November 8th, 2021|Categories: General|

Jennifer Suh

Jennifer Suh (She/Her) Head of Corporate Technology Business Analysis and Project Management LinkedIn Jennifer Suh has spent over 20 years working in and around technology in the Financial Services Industry. Primarily focused on large system implementations and automation, Ms. Suh is passionate about finding creative solutions to complex problems by improving systems and

2021-11-08T19:37:59+00:00November 8th, 2021|Categories: General|

If Your Employees Aren’t Learning, You’re at Risk of Losing Them

As workers continue to leave their jobs amid the Great Resignation, you have to ask yourself: Could I be doing more to keep them? In a word, yes. Naturally, hiking wages is one incentive for retaining workers, but it's hardly the only incentive. Besides reasonable pay, some workers want to feel like they're growing within their jobs. That their current situation will

2021-10-18T17:47:24+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up HR & Training|

Lessons Learned From Choosing The Hard Road As A Tech Entrepreneur

Starting a business is hard. Starting a business in a highly regulated, archaic industry is even harder, and yet, that’s what my cofounder and I set out to do back in 2014. Not every entrepreneur is going to attempt to take on the alcohol industry, with its layers of laws and outdated practices. That said,

2021-10-18T17:45:45+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Entrepreneurs|

6 Smartphone Apps for Streaming Music You Can Study To

Music is a great addition to add to the background of a study session, but if you’re playing your favorite Top 40 hits, you’ll find yourself singing along rather than getting work done. Luckily, we’ve rounded up a list of iPhone and Android apps that are perfect for streaming music that will keep you focused.

2021-10-18T17:43:21+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

Smart Building Technologies Are Enabling a Safer Return to Work

Smart facilities that utilize building automation systems and IoT technologies are nothing new, but they’re about to become a lot more popular. In fact, the global smart building market is projected to grow from $67.60 billion in 2021 to $265.37 billion in 2028 at a compound annual growth rate of 21.6%, according to a Fortune

2021-10-18T17:41:54+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Smart Buildings|

New tech aimed at improving public health and accessibility

In the era of smart cities, taking on public health and the accessibility of healthcare is a different game. Now, advanced technologies stand to play roles in implementing greater solutions. But as a pandemic ravages public health across the world, how can technology make a real and measurable difference? It all comes down to the tools

2021-10-18T17:39:18+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Healthcare & Wellness|

Fintech’s record year

Massive venture rounds into fintech companies have ballooned this year, pushing up total dollars invested — in just the first three quarters of 2021 — to nearly double the amount in all of 2020, per new PitchBook data. Why it matters: The maturing of fintech startups means a growing number of companies are able to raise

2021-10-18T17:38:02+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Financial|

Preventive Assessments Are Crucial for Smart School Data Security

Most IT leaders are all too aware of the troubling rise in ransomware and other cyberattacks on K–12 districts. Remote and hybrid learning during the pandemic made schools more vulnerable as classes moved online, and the reliance on digital devices and remote networks for education continues to grow. READ MORE FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCE HERE

2021-10-18T17:34:19+00:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Education|