Triple Helix joined two other organizations to facilitate a discussion on strategic technology planning between 20 non-profit executives. The intent of the session was to look at technology planning more holistically than is typically done, in this case combining IT infrastructure, organizational data and privacy/security in an overlapping discussion.
Triple Helix CEO Jason Bittner visited Litchfield Intermediate School today to meet with students and introduce them to 3D printing technology. It was part of an ongoing tour of local schools to promote a program developed at Triple Helix called Free Range Kids.
On Tuesday, November 10th at 6:00 PM at J. Timothy's (143 New Britain Ave, Plainville), the CT Tooling & Machining Association will hold roundtable discussions that cover a variety of issues impacting manufacturers. Triple Helix will lead a discussion on managing the company's most critical data.
Triple Helix participated today in a panel discussion hosted by the CT Center for Advanced Technology (East Hartford, CT). The panel was titled “The Intersection of Manufacturing & Technology”. Its focus was to highlight areas of opportunity for CT manufacturers to leverage technologies such as social media, data analytics, mobile and cloud computing for growth and competitive advantage, while mitigating the risk.