Dan is a managing director with PwC’s Advisory practice and CTO for PwC’s Emerging Technology Group. He has 25 years of IT experience between industry and consulting. He has a deep understanding of application integration, reference architecture, web performance architecture, enterprise document and web content management, collaboration, and is one of the PwC’s leaders in mobile device technology. Dan attended DePaul University in Chicago with a focus on computer science and enterprise architecture. He also has his Journeyman Computer Engineer Certification from the US Government.
Three big emerging technology themes from CES 2016
How will three major themes that prevailed at CES 2016 impact your organization’s technology strategy?
Three key hurdles hampering the internet of things
We explore three big issues that are keeping the internet of things from truly taking off.
Digital spaghetti: What happens when emerging technology meets the hype cycle
How to separate hype from reality about emerging technologies: internet if things, wearables, and context-aware computing.
Mobile apps vs. the mobile web: Is this the argument mobile developers should be discussing?
The mobile apps vs. mobile web argument distracts us from what’s important: delivering custom, context-aware services.
The potential of context aware computing
Companies now have a powerful tool to notify, enhance, extend, and rationalize situations to augment our human decision-making capability. It not only helps us to make better, more informed decisions, but it truly becomes an extension of us.