Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, September 26,2019

Feature of the Week

Airbus, with fifty years of experience, is an example of a truly integrated European company.  Read more
European defense companies face fierce competition from their North American counterparts. American rivals such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and General Dynamics have a proven track record in the field and more efficient client manage  Read more
Currently, the U.K. has one of the most strong aerospace and defense industries in the world. With annual revenue of nearly USD 46 billion, the U.K. aerospace industry stands above the rest of Europe.  Read more
At present, network providers rely on wireless cell towers and routed cables to provide connectivity to customers.  Read more


By James Rinaldi, CIO, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory  
The purpose of the CIO has evolved, thanks partially to the impact it has had on our daily lives. I see the CIO being a deviser, enabler, and leader of an amendment more than ever.  Read more
By Peter Ambs, CIO, City of Albuquerque  
We used to call them ‘turnaround CIOs’, a moniker assigned to a CIO that was successful in implementing massive transformational change in a short amount of time.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Fran Pierce, Chairman & CEO,   
Provides defense and federal customers’ mission-driven information technology and consulting solutions and services  Read more
By Melvin Petty, CEO & Managing Partner,   
A comprehensive solution provider for optimizing and improving organizational processes in the Federal Healthcare, National Security, and Defense domain  Read more
By Bernard Charlès, Vice Chairman & CEO,   
Provides virtual universes for designing and testing various parts of the airplane  Read more

CXO Insights

By Kristin Slyker, VP, Connected Aircraft, Honeywell Aerospace  
The aerospace industry is in the middle of a digital transformation which will change the flying experience for millions of individuals across the world.  Read more
By Jeff Joy, Director of IT, PSA Airlines [NASDAQ:AAL]  
Consumer-focused mobility platforms (primarily iOS and Android devices) have become increasingly embedded in airline operations and connected to operational systems.  Read more