Marketing and IT should be intimate friends, often they’re barely fleeting acquaintances. As a marketer, working in a business enabling the digital applications of the digital world, I see both sides, and they are now, and are becoming more intertwined and interdependent.
As a utility, regulations from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) require you to implement an ongoing and systematic program to test, maintain, and document the performance of your protection scheme devices and other components that impact the Bulk Electric System (BES). This resource center is designed to provide valuable tools and information to assist you with the challenges of becoming NERC compliant.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the world’s leading advocate of fire protection and has published more than 300 consensus codes and standards. Understanding and adhering to these ever-changing standards protects your business and employees by improving workplace safety.
As the world’s largest professional association focused on innovation and technological excellence, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a trusted voice for engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe. This resource center is designed to help you adhere to the organization’s standards and drive consensus and collaboration.
I must confess that I was not immune to the Pokemon Go craze. Like many others, last summer I observed people hunting Squirtles and Bulbasaurs. I also witnessed the first world frustrations of people getting frustrated because the game would not load when they were sure there must be a Pikachu close to hand.
As I’m sure was the case for many of us growing up, I imagined as a child that I wouldn’t need to learn to drive. Science fiction films and comics implied that it would all be done by robots, and that I would be able to sit back and read while my car drove me. Years later and countless hours spent trawling up motorways and crawling around cities, that dream had been firmly wiped from my mind. Yet in the near future, it looks like becoming a reality for the next learner generation.