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05.20.2020

SiliconAngle

“The bigger story here is that it’s a huge win for Anthos,” Sean Feeney, Cloud Practice director at digital business consultant Nerdery, told SiliconANGLE. “Anthos was initially a big bet by Google Cloud and has become Google’s main differentiator from its competitors in the hybrid cloud space."

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05.13.2020

TechTarget

"Security challenges are heightened for developers and DevOps with a remote workforce model," said Justin Richie, director of data science at Nerdery, a digital business consultancy. "One of the biggest security challenges will be identifying and documenting solutions built and put in place throughout the rapid response to COVID-19."

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05.13.2020

ABC6 News

Mayo Clinic teamed up with Twin Cities-based tech group Nerdery to expand mental health resources for kids and families remotely, putting videos, interactive worksheets, and treatment planning tools in one place online.

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05.08.2020

Silicon Republic

As part of Silicon Republic's ongoing CIO Insights, Nerdery CTO Joe Toboloski talks about his role in helping companies to embrace digital transformation by changing “the fundamental ways they operate."

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05.06.2020

TechTarget

The biggest difference between a data scientist vs. machine learning engineer, experts said, is that they come from very different places. "Data science has its foundations in statistics and in the business side," said Justin Richie, data science director at Nerdery, a digital services consultancy.

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05.01.2020

TechTarget

The current pandemic has made it obvious where systems were ready and where they weren't, said Taqee Khaled, head of strategy at digital consultancy Nerdery. "It has been a boon -- almost a watershed moment -- particularly for telehealth," Khaled said. "For years, companies have been building infrastructure and just hoping for a shift in consumer behavior."

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04.27.2020

Street Fight

“Consumer adoption of mobile and online experiences have allowed brands to communicate with customers outside the physical store,” says Arpit Jain, vice president of cross functional delivery and capabilities at Nerdery. “Keeping customers happy during this turbulent time will also have positive long-term effects.”

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04.24.2020

CIO

"I've been working at home for the majority of the last seven years," says Joe Tobolski, CTO of Nerdery, a digital services consultancy. "So I've got a routine down, and a physical space and a desk setup." That's not always the case for people working from home for the first time — prior to COVID-19, all but about a dozen of Nerdery's hundreds of developers worked from an office.

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04.22.2020

Yahoo! Finance

“The pandemic has changed all of that in an instant. Regardless of who was ready to provide telehealth, social distancing policies in effect mean that 100 percent of the population requires a telehealth option as the first point of contact," said Taqee Khaled, head of strategy at digital consultancy Nerdery.

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04.22.2020

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Adrian Slobin, CEO of Nerdery, said that while Covid-19 has been a crisis, it’s a momentary crisis. The company is moving into a new Edina office this fall and doesn’t plan to alter its design, which has an open and collaborative layout — with plenty of space between employees.

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04.21.2020

CIO

“I don’t think innovation can be serendipitous. You do need some sort of formalized program, whether that’s just a grant process or a way for people to pitch ideas,” says Joseph Tobolski, CTO of the digital consultancy Nerdery.

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04.21.2020

Street Fight

“The impact of Covid-19 has hit retailers fairly quickly, making it clear that businesses and stores weren’t all prepared to handle a change in operations and switch to online-only orders,” says Arpit Jain, vice president of delivery at the digital consultancy Nerdery.

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04.20.2020

Channel Futures

"It’s easy to choose a general-purpose instance type and maintain a similar vCPU/memory sizing as worked on-prem, but doing so may not be the most cost-effective or performant choice,” said Sean Feeney, Nerdery's Cloud Practice Director

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04.09.2020

CMSWire

Emily Schmittler, director of UX at Nerdery, said the career path of a UX designer requires more than hard skills in information architecture, interaction design, data visualization and visual design. Read more.

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04.02.2020

TechRepublic

Taqee Khaled, Nerdery’s head of strategy, weighs in on the $200 million in FCC funding available to build telehealth services amid COVID-19.

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04.01.2020

MobiHealthNews

"Prior to this pandemic, telehealth never experienced mass consumer adoption that we'd hoped to see; seeing this, healthcare systems agreed it was important, but deprioritized infrastructure investments. The pandemic has changed all of that in an instant,” Taqee Khaled, Nerdery’s head of strategy, weighs in on the FCC’s $200M telehealth investment program.

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03.26.2020

Forbes

“Other government agencies at the federal and state level will continue to migrate to the cloud despite who might be designated as the dominant force in the industry,” said Sean Feeney, Cloud Practice Director at Nerdery, in regards to AWS’s filed objection to the Department of Defense’s JEDI cloud services contract.

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03.13.2020

TechTarget

"If organizations don't have a large development team on staff, this is a really great way to get up and running to give people access to analytics,” says Justin Richie, Data Science Director at Nerdery, of embedded analytics tools.

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03.05.2020

CIO

Nerdery's Data Science Director, Justin Richie, weighs in on the use of AI-powered IT operations technology to monitor and manage the IT portfolio automatically.

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03.05.2020

TechTarget

“Before moving workloads into the cloud, IT decision makers need to analyze their existing systems and workloads, align the hybrid ERP deployment strategy to long-term business goals and work with stakeholders to ensure they understand what the hybrid cloud infrastructure will look like.” — Sean Feeney, Cloud Engineering Practice Director, Nerdery

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02.28.2020

TechTarget

“Before moving workloads into the cloud, IT decision makers need to analyze their existing systems and workloads, align the hybrid ERP deployment strategy to long-term business goals and work with stakeholders to ensure they understand what the hybrid cloud infrastructure will look like.” — Sean Feeney, Cloud Engineering Practice Director, Nerdery

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02.20.2020

TechTarget

Nerdery’s Data Science Director Justin Richie weighs in on the top use cases for graph databases: “What graph databases are used for most is real-time data synchronization.”

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02.14.2020

InformationWeek

“This will probably wind up being a multicloud award,” shares Sean Feeney, Nerdery’s Cloud Engineering Practice Director, of the legal challenges to the $10B JEDI contract.

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01.15.2020

TechTarget

"When it comes to IoT, most people think about the technologies, but you have to think about the business needs and what business need IoT is solving. That's what makes a good IoT product. And if you build that, adoption is higher," said Arpit Jain, Vice President of Delivery at Nerdery in regards to IoT skills and experts every IoT project needs.

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01.14.2020

CIO

“CIOs will be well advised to look inside their own organizations to deliver in a product mindset to foster speed of innovation and customer centricity.” Nerdery's Chief Technology Officer Joe Tobolski shares for CIO’s 20 IT Resolutions for 2020.

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01.10.2020

Destination CRM

Nerdery's Chief Technology Officer Joe Tobolski weighs in on what 5G will mean for healthcare, manufacturing, retail and education: “5G will allow companies the option to actually visualize product data and useful business scenarios, even building virtual warehouses, classrooms, or stores.”

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01.10.2020

Fierce Healthcare

Industry leaders, including Nerdery's Vice President of Delivery Arpit Jain, share their big takeaways from CES 2020. "We’re starting to see advancements in the healthcare space that improve the proactive capabilities of wearable devices, rather than focus on informative features."

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01.06.2020

TechTarget

Justin Richie, Nerdery's Data Science Director, weighs in on the benefits of unattended Robotic Process Automation bots: "They not only free human workers from having to perform mundane manual tasks, thereby saving time and money, but they also work faster and without error."

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01.03.2020

Techopedia

Nerdery's Director of Strategy Taqee Khaled shares his outlook for drone usage in 2020: “This is the year of major leaps in social acceptance of drone delivery, for at least prescription drugs and minor purchases from certain retail pharmacies and stores.”

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01.01.2020

CMO by Adobe

“Over the last few years, we have seen some retailers shut down their physical stores, signaling a false premise that brick-and-mortar is dead. However, the decline of in-store foot traffic is not a result of customers not wanting to shop in-person, but rather a result of those retailers failing to improve the shopping experience,” analyzes Arpit Jain, Nerdery’s Vice President of Delivery.

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12.18.2019

Forbes

“As customer expectations rise for better delivery process and free and fast shipping in 2020, companies need to reinvent some of the ways their supply chain works to meet consumer demand," shares Nerdery's Arpit Jain, vice president of cross-functional delivery and capabilities, for Forbes' AI predictions for 2020.

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12.18.2019

The Enterprisers Project

"On the business side, we’ll see more AR experiments in extension of expert service, like AR surgical assists. These technical uses will expand to mechanical, oil/gas, and factory jobs this upcoming year,” says Taqee Khaled, Nerdery's director of strategy.

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12.17.2019

CIO

“CIOs should absolutely plan for the possibility of a recession as part of their 2020 strategy,” Nerdery's CTO Joe Tobolski says. “It’s always smart to pay attention to macroeconomic conditions and have contingency plans in place in case something unexpected occurs.”

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12.16.2019

IndustryWeek

Taqee Khaled, Nerdery’s Director of Strategy, tells IndustryWeek, as more organizations embrace drone technology it will understandably have an impact on how manufacturers view the supply chain.

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12.12.2019

Digital Commerce 360

Retailers looking to use radical technologies like robotic delivery should tread carefully, says Arpit Jain, vice president of cross-functional delivery and capabilities at Nerdery, a digital business consulting firm.

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12.03.2019

MarketWatch

The variety with which companies large and small are adopting cloud computing underscores its evolving nature and the opportunities that await Amazon, Microsoft, Google and others, according to Sean Feeney, cloud practice director at digital consultancy Nerdery.

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11.27.2019

CIO

"Consumer expectations have changed," says Arpit Jain, vice president of cross-functional delivery and capabilities at Nerdery, a digital services consultancy. "We have higher expectations, and we want lower friction."

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11.15.2019

Twin Cities Business

This might involve what Nerdery data science director Justin Richie terms a “data lake.” That’s a data storage system, usually cloud-ased, that allows companies to store their data without “connecting” it. The company pools this data in order to derive insights later, Richie says.

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11.15.2019

Techopedia

“Tiny sensors scattered throughout a house can detect trace levels of airborne substances like mold and alert the homeowner before they reach a harmful level,” explained Scott Russ, security architect at Nerdery. In some ways, IoT is like having a guardian angel for your home.

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11.14.2019

TechTarget: SearchAWS

Data lakes make it easy to store any kind of data, which is useful to accommodate unexpected workloads. Most AWS data lakes likely start with S3, an object storage service. "Object storage is a great fit for unstructured data," said Sean Feeney, cloud engineering practice director at Nerdery.

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11.12.2019

Illinois Tech Association

"We’re certainly in boom times. It’s a hot market, new technologies and approaches are coming out all the time, and at least from where I sit here in the West Loop, it’s a time of hyper growth. However, having lived through the dot.com boom and bust and a couple recessions, I know that things are cyclic. I think we have a robust community in tech, and will continue to be so."

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11.11.2019

Gillette Children’s

The Extra Life movement took over the nation for Extra Life Game Day on November 2nd. Hundreds of Extra Life participants took part in the festivities raising money for Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare. Nerdery, a digital business consultancy group, graciously hosts staff and patient families every year, participating in three different states.

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11.08.2019

CIO

A use case that is ripe for XR is assigning semi-retired employees to coach inexperienced field-service workers from afar, says Joe Tobolski, who as CTO of consultancy Nerdery advises tech leaders on XR and other digital implementations.

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11.02.2019

WCCO

Around 60 people are gathering at Nerdery in Bloomington this weekend for the Extra Life gaming marathon. While some may think it sounds like a waste of a weekend, it's actually a fundraiser benefiting Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare.

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10.24.2019

Phoenix Business Journal

The 9,000-square-foot office at Park Central Mall is the Nerdery’s western regional headquarters, serving 15 states for the digital business consulting firm, said Danny Estavillo, the Nerdery’s vice president of client growth.

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10.22.2019

Pioneer Press

Nerdery in Bloomington will be participating in the 24-hour Extra Life challenge Nov. 2-3 again this year to raise money for Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare. Their goal is $60,000.

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10.16.2019

Healthcare Business Today

The idea that data is poised to break down massive barriers in the American healthcare system has been discussed for the better part of a decade. But recent signals from the federal government indicate a more focused intent to drive healthcare organizations toward turning concept into reality.

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10.10.2019

TechTarget

"Deep learning is a hard thing to conceptualize," said Justin Richie, data science director at digital services consultancy Nerdery. But a number of companies are working on the problem.

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10.08.2019

Industry Today

Companies breaking new ground in IIoT have a unique opportunity to prevent data siloing from the start to avoid backtracking to patch past bad behavior.

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09.24.2019

CIO

For many organizations, AI remains a mystery not to be trusted in production, thanks to its lack of transparency. But demand, advances, and emerging standards may soon change all that.

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09.16.2019

CIO

Khaled says born-digital companies and those companies who are most mature in their embrace of digital are already well down this path because “they don’t see it as partnering with IT, they just see IT as part of the business.”

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09.11.2019

Computerworld

“Apple Watch is to become the most widely used basic cardiovascular and kinematics monitoring device, and Apple wants to gain academic endorsements toward the (device’s) usability in mundane clinical settings, like basic doctor visits,” said Taqee Khaled, Director of Strategy at Nerdery.

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09.09.2019

HomeWorld Business

“One-day delivery, or less, is becoming the new customer expectation,” said Arpit Jain, vp/cross-functional delivery and capabilities at Nerdery, a digital business transformation consultancy. “While Target’s same-day delivery comes at a price, it won’t be long before the industry expectation is for it to be free.”

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08.23.2019

Cheddar

Technology is constantly developing and changing the world around us. When it comes to business, some companies may find it hard to implement technology and adapt to new standards. Joseph Tobolski, chief technology officer at Nerdery, explains how companies can best implement the latest tech offerings into their workflow.

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08.20.2019

Fast Company

The tools at our disposal make it an exciting time to be a creative professional in tech, working side by side with STEM colleagues. Tech professionals whose roles aren’t rooted in STEM engage in problem-solving that allows for trial and error, exploration, and the possibility for more than one right answer.

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08.07.2019

Adweek

Twitter discovered and fixed issues with users’ ad settings choices that first surfaced in May 2018, which may have shared some user data with third-party advertising and measurement partners without permission, and may have resulted in people seeing ads based on inferences they did not indicate in their personal settings. Our VP of Experience Design John Biondi weighs in.

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08.02.2019

CMSWire

Cloud can be just as secure as a traditional environment as long as security is given the same kind of attention, according to Scott Russ, security architect at digital consultancy Nerdery.

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07.30.2019

Target Marketing

The power of data and AI provides a lot of opportunities for businesses to learn about their customers’ habits and preferences, and adapt their strategies to capitalize on this information. Even if your brand isn’t serving personalized pizza, these insights can shape its future in ways both monumental and incremental.

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07.18.2019

InformationWeek

Affective computing systems impact human emotions. They aren't necessarily able to recognize or respond to emotions well yet, but that will change.

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07.15.2019

Digital Journal

While the use of artificial intelligence in the enterprise was once seen as a mere theory, it has now become a vital business solution that many companies see as the key to success.

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07.05.2019

CIO

A use case that is ripe for XR is assigning semi-retired employees to coach inexperienced field-service workers from afar, says Joe Tobolski, who as CTO of consultancy Nerdery advises tech leaders on XR and other digital implementations.

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06.25.2019

TechTarget Data Center

An enterprise discount agreement is the best approach for large organizations looking to pursue IaaS, said Sean Feeney, cloud engineering practice director at Nerdery, a consulting service. Many providers provide a discount if you commit to migrate a certain number or types of workloads over a set number of years and agree to be a public reference customer in the IaaS agreement.

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06.24.2019

TechTarget Cloud Computing

If a customer believes the cloud is always more expensive, it's clear they haven't done a full total cost of ownership analysis, said Sean Feeney, cloud engineering practice director at Nerdery, an IT consultancy. It's also likely they have limited visibility and accountability of their own data center and application costs.

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06.20.2019

IoTforAll

While many companies have taken the first steps of adding machine and sensor connectivity to their operations for data-visualization purposes, we truly have just begun to scratch the surface of the capabilities of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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06.19.2019

Internet Retailing

“Even with its questionable data practices in the spotlight over the last several years, we can’t assume all Facebook users are aware of the privacy issues. The ability to quickly pay for something is enticing, but Facebook is a business that has its own interests and shareholders at heart."

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06.17.2019

Built In Chicago

Nerdery helps clients take the next step into the digital world. Whether a business has strategy, design or technology needs, the firm offers platform modernization, IoT enablement, cloud and collaborative services that help digital teams enhance future product output.

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06.13.2019

Internet Retailer

"Retailers need to be hyper-focused on removing friction from the purchasing experience, which means customers should be able to receive products when they want for no additional charge."

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06.05.2019

Manufacturing Business Technology

From remote monitoring to predictive maintenance, manufacturers have a huge opportunity to benefit from IIoT technologies—especially if they act holistically.

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06.05.2019

PropertyCasualty360

Nearly 60% of millennial consumers say the more information they share with a company, the higher their expectations become for a better experience. Achieving that level of service means carriers need to better understand which features matter most to consumers.

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05.28.2019

TechTarget Data Center

Development teams should vet the APIs to access these services, which are crucial for the deployment and operation of IaaS workloads, said Sean Feeney, cloud engineering practice director at Nerdery, an IT consulting service.

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05.28.2019

TechTarget Cloud Computing

To help address cloud security challenges introduced by AI and machine learning, organizations can use scoring mechanisms for PII and sensitive data, according to Justin Richie, data science director at Nerdery, an IT consultancy.

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05.17.2019

AZ Big Media

“We wanted to make sure our nerds would have access to affordable housing options, which are here, especially in comparison to a number of other downtowns in the Valley,” said Danny Estavillo, Nerdery West Region managing director, who is locating in a new office in the Leib Building at Park Central.

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05.08.2019

IoTForAll

When digitally transforming your company with IIoT, the only thing that’s more important than the technology itself is the people implementing and using the new systems on a daily basis. Communicating upfront with employees and tapping into the right skill sets are the key ingredients to successful IIoT initiatives.

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05.07.2019

Arizona Real Estate

"We wanted to make sure our Nerds had access to affordable housing options, which are here, especially in comparison to a number of other downtowns in the Valley."

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05.07.2019

Business Insider

"Retailers need to remove friction out of the purchasing experience by eliminating the burden of shipping fees for faster delivery. This will be the new expectation soon, if not already, so companies need to get ahead of this trend."

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05.07.2019

ASSEMBLY

“AR in a smart factory setting offers the opportunity to deliver information to a worker at just the right moment, so they don’t have to interrupt the flow of their work to refer to devices,” says Hilary Dixon, a user experience designer at Nerdery, a digital consultancy that works with manufacturers. “It adds efficiency and reduces friction."

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05.03.2019

Martech Advisor

Domino’s ad campaign encouraging customers to upload photos of pizza seems like a fun promotion, but it's actually a strategy to gain insight into customers’ preferences. Nerdery's Mukesh Pitroda explores how marketers can use AI creatively to better understand their customers.

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05.01.2019

TechTarget

Find out where the IoT platform market stands today. Dive into this comparison of capabilities from AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google, as well as cloud vs. industrial IoT.

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04.23.2019

TechTarget

With serverless platforms, agility and flexibility supersede infrastructure reliability. These services are regional and aren't tied to specific availability zones, which makes them less prone to disruption, said Sean Feeney, cloud engineering practice director at Nerdery.

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04.17.2019

Techopedia

The average consumer relies on a myriad of websites throughout their daily life, from reviewing bank account balances to replying to email. Now imagine if those same websites were inaccessible to a massive chunk of users. How would that affect their experience with a company – and with the world?

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04.16.2019

CMS Wire

Sean Feeney, cloud engineering practice director at Nerdery, pointed towards the lack of formalization as the reason why many are not clear with what a DevOps engineer does. “The rise of DevOps happened concurrently with increased adoption of cloud services, increased enterprise adoption of Agile practices, and an explosion of git tooling.

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04.12.2019

CRN

"Google continues to push the envelope by getting more organizations into ML and now AI in a more intuitive fashion." Justin Richie, Nerdery Data Science Director, weighs in on Google Cloud AI Platform, announced at Google Cloud Next '19.

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04.03.2019

DevOps.com

The ability to iterate on a product with a high volume, velocity and level of quality is the ultimate goal of the modern enterprise; every CEO wants a faster time to market. But keeping business practices agile is much easier said than done.

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04.03.2019

IoT For All

Because the technology industry is constantly evolving, the impactful work is in the decision-making, often with a group of people. To become a leader, it is important to be confident, to speak up and share your opinions freely, to back those opinions and be willing to debate for what you believe to be the right decision.

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04.01.2019

Greater Phoenix In Business

“We’re seeing tremendous growth opportunities in Phoenix as the city becomes another tech-centric hub on the West Coast,” says Adrian Slobin, CEO at Nerdery, which had established its presence in Phoenix out of shared office space.

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03.27.2019

ZDNet

This could be a big year in the ongoing expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), as many more businesses begin to deploy connected devices and bolster their network and analytics capabilities in anticipation of gathering enormous volumes of data from countless sources.

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03.21.2019

Enterprise IoT Insights

The most impactful business changes will emerge at the intersection of IoT and artificial intelligence (AI). As smarter, learning-oriented systems gain more data, more meaningful analysis will be generated, ultimately creating better-informed business decisions and employees.

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03.19.2019

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

As director of strategy for The Nerdery, Taqee Khaled is a self-described “moonshot-inspired business strategist.” Taqee's work at Nerdery has helped shape the Bloomington-based digital business consultancy into a full-service tech company.

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03.18.2019

Built In Chicago

Create a culture based on authenticity and trust. Aside from embracing the individual factors that make every employee unique, this approach creates a more inclusive environment where people can be frank with feedback and recommendations.

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03.15.2019

Solutions Review

The first rollouts of 5G in the U.S. are only a few months away. However, because of the ambiguity and integration challenges with legacy infrastructure that come with 5G, enterprises are approaching the new technology with caution.

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03.15.2019

Target Marketing

AI and machine learning bring a lot of opportunity for businesses to better understand their customers’ habits and preferences, and many companies like Domino’s are quickly realizing its powerful marketing potential.

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03.11.2019

Internet Health Management

As healthcare sector leaders attempt to make major strides in 2019, these four steps can align voices internally to develop a successful investment strategy.

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02.19.2019

Phoenix Business Journal

Nerdery, a digital business consulting firm, recently signed a seven-year lease for an 8,317-square-foot space in the Leib Building and is scheduled to move in to its permanent space June 1.

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02.14.2019

Twin Cities Business

In 2014, the principals at Nerdery started an independent company, Prime Digital Academy, the first of its kind in the state. Mark Hurlburt, chief strategy officer, did detailed research on the business model and left to launch this new company. It was designed to be best of class in the tech boot camp domain.

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02.13.2019

VMBlog

As senior leadership teams gain familiarity and comfort with IoT's value proposition to their businesses, and as emerging and increasingly tech-forward business leaders move into these positions, IoT's reach will only grow.

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02.06.2019

IoT World Today

The most successful technologies tend to integrate the most seamlessly into the health care environment. “The less friction, and the more value per unit of friction you provide, the better your chances that the technology is going to actually get used.

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01.31.2019

Google Cloud Blog

Another Cloud Firestore user, digital consultancy The Nerdery, has to deliver high-quality results in a short period of time, often needing to integrate with existing third-party data sources.

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01.22.2019

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal has announced the first round of our 2019 40 Under 40 honorees, a list that includes young business and community leaders from across industries and throughout the Twin Cities, including Nerdery Director of Strategy Taqee Khaled.

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01.17.2019

IndustryWeek

Implementing new technology doesn’t need to be expensive. By starting small and keeping business objectives at the forefront of every decision, leaders can dramatically reduce the inherent risks in IIoT implementations.

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01.15.2019

AMI: The Pulse

Senior Quality Assurance Engineer Dan Holbrook speaks to Dave Brown about how to include all users and consider accessibility from the ground-up.

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01.15.2019

TechHQ

While 2019 could well be the year that IoT technologies begin to take hold, however, not every industry will adopt at the same rates. Here are four sectors, in particular, where intelligent and opportunistic adopters are poised to reap the benefits in the year ahead.

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01.10.2019

Built In Chicago

"What I appreciate the most is the solution-focused attitude. Projects inherently have risk and problems will happen. When they do, there is no energy wasted on assigning blame. Everyone involved, from president to engineer, asks 'how can we solve this?' and 'how can we learn from it?' We solve it and move forward as a whole."

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01.09.2019

Silicon Republic

If your customers see that you are not focused on inclusive design, or don’t offer features tailored to their specific needs, they will go elsewhere.

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01.09.2019

CIO

When leaders begin to see what it takes to be innovative “and really believe it is the path to creating new value, that trickles down to the organization and the things they invest in go a long way toward bringing the rest of organization on board,” said Derek Chin.

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01.08.2019

IoT Evolution World

“In 2019, IoT will make its biggest mark on the manufacturing, healthcare, public sector and automotive industries, as business leaders continue to see the added value of connected devices on their bottom line,” Khaled said.

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01.04.2019

ZDNet

"With data being analyzed through smarter and learning-oriented systems, more meaningful information will be generated easily and accessibly, ultimately fostering better informed business decisions and worker experience," Khaled said. "As this part of the ecosystem gains in complexity, we expect more third parties emerging to offer managed services platforms for IoT."

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