Why CIOs should get control of visual display technology

Just as CIOs have strategies for managing such things as networks, servers, personal computers and mobile devices, they need detailed, published strategies for how to use visual display technology, encompassing everything from maintenance, capital budgets, technical standards and integrations with other software systems to achieve optimal outcomes and avoid serious IT headaches.
emerging technology - virtual reality [VR] / augmented reality [AR] - virtual display / GUI
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In 2005, David Levin co-founded Four Winds Interactive with a vision for how digital technology would transform the way businesses communicate and engage with their customers and employees. With 6,000 clients and over 500,000 screens deployed, FWI’s software platform is driving visual communications to millions of people every day in airports, banks, corporate campuses, professional sports stadiums, hospitals, hotels, casinos, universities, manufacturing facilities and retail stores. FWI was recently selected by Gartner as a Cool Vendor in Content Management and Levin has been recognized was Forbes Magazine’s list of most promising CEO’s under 35.

Prior to FWI, David co-founded Sage Circle, a software and consulting services firm and was an Associate at Denver-based venture capital firm, Cornerstone Ventures. When not working, David enjoys golf, skiing, running and travel.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of David Levin and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.