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Michael Schofield

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 @ 6:00 PM

Michael Scofield, Asst. Professor in Health Informatics at Loma Linda University will speak on why decision-makers often ask for "data", but what they really want is information that will help them understand a problem or a condition around the decisions that need to be made. However, they often do not know what data is available, what it is called, and how the data they need derived can be expressed.

Data Visualization for the Quality Professional


Wednesday, March 4, 2015 @ 6:00 PM

Topic Abstract: Cyber Security breaches ended 2014 with a bang, and show no signs of slowing down in 2015. From botnets to political groups to criminals the chances of an attack affecting your network are growing every day. When most organizations finally start working to secure their applications, they fall in the trap of taking […]

Relying on Audits for Application Security – How to avoid ...



Tuesday Sep. 16, 2014 @ 6:00 PM

Topic Abstract: As organizations begin to accelerate the SDLC, process bottlenecks will become evident. One of the bottlenecks that continues to plague SDLC acceleration is testing. At best, testing has been considered inevitable overhead. At worst, organizations have deferred quality processes to their customers, delivering a “real-time […]

Accelerating the SDLC with Automation and Service Virtualization







Future of Windows Desktop April 8th, 2014 marks an end of an era for Microsoft as they have announced the end of life for their Windows XP & Office 2003 products. However, as of January, 2014 Windows XP still maintains 29% market share. What are the potential issues with keeping […]

Wednesday Feb. 19, 2014 @ 6:00 PM