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Information Technology comes together for your business with Jackson Thornton Technologies. We offer a comprehensive array of proactive services and support to optimize your day-to-day operations. Our firm provides comprehensive service in the following areas: Managed Network Support Business Management Software Advanced Technology Consulting
Managed Services by definition is the practice of transferring day-to-day related management responsibility as a strategic method for improved effective and efficient operations. Jackson Thornton Technologies takes the idea of Managed Service and applies it to Information Technologies, allowing your company to become more efficient while at the same time reducing costs. We were one of the first IT firms in the state of Alabama to provide true managed service offerings to our clients, and we continue to forge ahead, developing new ways to assist our clients. In fact, we were recently honored by the MSPMentor association as one of the top 100 Managed Services Providers in the world, coming in at no. 88. Jackson Thornton Technologies provides several different types of Managed Service...
PREPARE FOR THE UNEXPECTED WITH BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING Every day, companies experience significant service interruptions, while others struggle to recover from fires, floods, hurricanes, or other serious disasters. How long can your business survive without the information and applications it depends on? Be prepared for the unexpected with business continuity planning from the Disaster Recovery specialists at Jackson Thornton Technologies. Tape backup is not business continuity. Suppose your building burned down, but you still had a good backup tape of your business data. You'd still have to spend several days, or, most likely, weeks: buying servers compatible with your software making sure they have compatible tape drives loading server software and setting up users with ...
Register for the next Spiritual Technologies 2.0 Online Summit: http://www.spiritualtechnologiessummit.com/ EXPLORING THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TRANSFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES Join the Spirit Tech 2.0 Community! Discover the pioneering tools that power spiritual awakening, growth, and connection. Access free downloadable tech (sound tech, biofield emitter, apps, software, eBooks), discounts, audio & video and more.
John Dupuy talks to Dr. Thornton Streeter, founder of the Centre for Biofield Sciences. He is also founder of the Energy Medicine Exchange, a global community of over 39,000 health professionals The Centre for Biofield Sciences has conducted a large number of pioneering research projects, including collaboration with other institutes such as the Kundalini Research Foundation in 2015, an industry with a number of peer-reviewed research studies, a selection of which can be viewed online at www.academia.edu. For more information about Dr. Thornton Streeter and the Centre for Biofield Sciences: https://www.spiritualtechnologies.io/speaker/thornton-streeter/ _________________ Innovation: The Biofield Viewer: https://biofieldviewer.com/ _________________ Check out more conversations with...
COVINGTON, Tenn. — Like many other people, Micky Thornton just wanted a backyard pool for his family when he moved to Covington, a small town north of Memphis, in 1992. But Thornton thought bigger than most people. "To start with, I probably had the idea when I was 9 or 10 years old," Thornton told WREG-TV. "I wanted [ the pool] large in the deep end but large and deep enough you could swim around it and not feel like you are trapped in a little box." What he ended up building is a pond-sized playground made up of 320 yards of gunite, 40,000 pounds of steel rebar, rock-lined waterfalls, sprayers and, by his estimate, more than half a million gallons of water. It didn't look like this when work started on Labor Day of 1993. The initial hole was more than 20 feet deep and lined with a po...
ABB has successfully commissioned the subsea transmission link connecting one of the largest offshore wind farms in Europe to the Belgian grid. The Thornton Bank project was executed for the Belgian company C-Power NV. For more information, please read the press release: http://www.abb.com/cawp/seitp202/0dceff7e8f980b41c1257be900480aaa.aspx
Charlie Portelli from KPF moderates a panal that includes Sebastian Claussnitzer and Alex Pollock from SOM, Shane Burger from Woods Bagot and Neil Meredith from Gehry Technologies. More information can be viewed on the ThorntonTomasetti.com blog: http://www.thorntontomasetti.com/blog/post/36-AEC-Technology-Symposium
Dan Reynolds and Justin Nardone, CORE studio Thornton Tomasetti September 25, Baruch College NYC The presenters will discuss research and development at Thornton Tomasetti, detailing the firm’s process and some current projects. We combine real-world projects and problems from all parts of our firm with new technologies to develop innovative solutions. A current research project explores reality capture. Much of our work involves existing buildings and so we have developed a number of processes that the whole firm can use to capture building geometry and translate it into usable data. We will also discuss machine learning and how it can be used to make predictions and speed up early design feedback in structural models.
Daniel Davis CASE Later Data Randy Deutsch University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign AEC's Big Data Problem | http://youtu.be/fLbkI59YPeU?t=12m59s Andrew Heumann NBBJ Computation for Collaboration | http://youtu.be/fLbkI59YPeU?t=29m13s Zach Flanders BNIM Crowdsourced Cities: Four Transformative Technology Trends that are Revolutionizing the Way our Cities are Planned and Developed | http://youtu.be/fLbkI59YPeU?t=45m48s
http://www.futureworlds.com is a unique and vibrant startup network at the University of Southampton which helps nurture our aspiring entrepreneurs and cutting-edge technologies through an ecosystem of mentors, investors, collaborators and events. Tim is a Technology Architect at consultancy firm Accenture, specialising in mobility and infrastructure primarily within the healthcare, telecoms and broadcast sectors. Originally from Reading, he completed a Masters in Computer Engineering at the University of Southampton and spent five years with semiconductor company ARM Ltd. You can read Tim's full profile at https://futureworlds.com/tim-thornton/
The SmartBall® platform is a free-swimming leak detection and location solution for water and wastewater pipelines. The tool is able to complete long inspections in a single deployment and is backed by a track record that spans thousands of miles. Learn more about how SmartBall technology is helping municipal utilities reduce water loss (NRW) and detecting pin-hole leaks that can lead to pipeline failure. https://www.puretechltd.com/technologies-brands/smartball/smartball-leak-detection
Simon Moss, Fintech and Innovation Leader, Grant Thornton LLP discusses how the 'Digital Revolution' will change the entire DNA of the financial services sector. For more about FinovateFall, click here: https://goo.gl/X5J3HT #Finovate
Erick Thorson Varick Media Management Billions and Billions: Big Data and Targeted Advertising Gregor Vilkner Energy Metrics EM.CORE -- Calling the Bluff on Building Performance | http://youtu.be/6_7PVF8GEQ8?t=20m20s David Eisenberg Floored Real-Time Visualization in Architecture & Real Estate | http://youtu.be/6_7PVF8GEQ8?t=28m44s
Thornton Tomasetti Associate Justin Nardone moderates a panal that includes Scott Crawford and Stephen Van Dyck from LMNTs and Zak Kostura from Arup. More information can be viewed on the ThorntonTomasetti.com blog: http://www.thorntontomasetti.com/blog/post/36-AEC-Technology-Symposium
Thornton May is a futurist, educator, anthropologist and author. His extensive experience researching and consulting on the role and behaviors of "C" level executives in creating value with information technology has won him an unquestioned place on the short list of serious thinkers on this topic. Thornton combines a scholar's patience for empirical research, a stand-up comic's capacity for pattern recognition and a second-to-none gift for storytelling to address the information technology management problems facing executives. The editors at eWeek honored Thornton, including him on their list of "Top 100 Most Influential People in IT." The editors at Fast Company labeled him one of the "Top 50 brains in business." Thornton May is also the author of The New Know: Innovation Powered b...
Christopher Connock, Kieran Timberlake September 25, Baruch College NYC Don’t assume. Designers typically make decisions based on assumptions about building performance and behavior. We rely, for instance, on regional climatic data collected at an airport weather station to predict temperatures at an over-shadowed urban site. This data does not account for the spectrum of real conditions a building will experience over time and within a site’s micro-climate. This disconnect – and the lack of available off-the-shelf options for nimble measurement – led researchers at KieranTimberlake to develop a high-density network of data-collecting sensors with an online interface. Christopher Connock will share a series of interrelated project test beds that illustrate how sensor development strength...
With over 40 years of experience in the industry, Thornton Roof Leak Detection specialises in advanced technologies for roof leak detection and has been providing clients with an exceptional service that is second to none. Visit http://www.thorntonroofleakdetection.co.uk/ for more information.
John Horack of Teledyne Technologies discusses space exploration technologies, drawing on his company’s long history with designing rockets with NASA. Alongside Grant Imahra, they examine the future of space exploration technologies and how technology can survive in these volatile conditions. For technical insight and more exciting information on the Mouser Electronics Space Innovation Hub visit: http://mou.sr/EITHub Join The Conversation on Social Media: Use hashtags #MouserGrantEIT and #Space
Owen Derby, Flux September 25, Baruch College NYC Taking cues from the software industry and building on existing work from the AEC industry, Flux is developing a robust system for exchanging data between design tools. In this talk, we will examine how we can leverage this seamless interoperability to build better collaboration tools and facilitate knowledge sharing in the industry. We will preview some ideas Flux has been exploring in this domain, and how it can help firms scale their design process.
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Enzo Santilli is a principal and practice leader with Grant Thornton’s Technology Solutions group. He works with large corporate clients across multiple industries to deliver enterprise technology solutions. - See more at: http://gt-us.co/Zsr6V1