Brian E. Thomas

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Opinions expressed by ICN authors are their own.

Brian Thomas has served in several senior leadership roles, including chief information officer, deputy CIO, and healthcare executive in the Fortune 500, healthcare and public sector spaces. He is known for delivering innovative and user-friendly solutions to the business partners and customers he serves.

Prior to his executive roles, he gained experience in and recognition for dependable performance improvement, leadership, program management and solution innovations. Brian has 20 years experience in technology and healthcare. He has been featured in many publications including the Harvard Business Review, and was recently named one of the Top 100 Chief Information Technology Officers by Richtopia.

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

AI is already disrupting sales, today

The culture shift in your DevOps environment

The culture shift in your DevOps environment

Incorporating best security practices into DevOps is not only good for your company and your product – it's good for your teams.

Have you dusted off your incident response plan?

Have you dusted off your incident response plan?

As security incidents are more prevalent these days, we are seeing organizations that aren't sufficiently prepared because their incident response plan was outdated or non-existent.

AWS cloud storage: The flexibility of Elastic Block Storage

AWS cloud storage: The flexibility of Elastic Block Storage

EBS is an example of how the flexibility and simplicity of utilizing cloud storage has improved in recent years.

Kubernetes security: Best practices for enterprise deployment

Kubernetes security: Best practices for enterprise deployment

A well-laid plan, with all the stakeholders involved upfront, is the first step in building a more secure container environment.

Digital disruption: software testing with machine learning

Digital disruption: software testing with machine learning

The sooner you can implement an in-house AI platform to assist you in your application testing, you will discover a more accurate and efficient deployment with reduced effort.

Taking machine learning to new heights using Docker containers

Taking machine learning to new heights using Docker containers

Joining the robust capabilities of containers and the innovative technology of machine learning presents new challenges, but new opportunities as well.

Will machine learning and AI change responsive web design?

Will machine learning and AI change responsive web design?

Web developers have streamlined and added features in web design to customize websites for users, but AI and machine learning will further the user experience in web design.

Leveraging machine learning to get more out of CRMs

Leveraging machine learning to get more out of CRMs

Machine learning could be leveraged to capture more opportunities with customer resource management.

The data warehouse in 2018

The data warehouse in 2018

ELT has moved to the forefront and now quickly becoming the standard in big data systems.

Data enrichment – a force multiplier in a big data environment

Data enrichment – a force multiplier in a big data environment

As data usage increases, data quality will only continue to evolve.

Managing ETL vendors

Managing ETL vendors

There are many competitive options, and all provide the services to move your ETL data quickly and securely...and can scale your environment faster than you could have in your traditional environment.

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