Read David Walsh’s Piece in ” The Adaptive Advantage”
A guide for individuals and organizations navigating the complex and ambiguous Future of Work
Foreword by New York Times columnist and best-selling author Thomas L. Friedman
Technology is changing work as we know it. Cultural norms are undergoing tectonic shifts. A global pandemic proves that we are inextricably connected whether we choose to be or not. So much change, so quickly, is disorienting.
Technological innovations are rapidly reshaping the landscape of various industries, and none more so than the introduction of 5G. 5G will be faster and able to handle more connected devices than the existing 4G LTE network, with improvements that will enable a wave of new kinds of tech products. And amongst them, fixed wired access (FWA) is lined up for a major improvement thanks to the advent of 5G.
As IT Infrastructure Changes Dramatically With The Advancement of Cloud and Edge Innovations, Smart Investments Matter
Technology powers nearly every aspect of today’s businesses, from an individual employee’s work to operations to goods and services. When properly networked, technology can be optimized to improve communication, create efficiencies and increase productivity. Because of this new reliance on digitization, businesses are putting extra emphasis on their IT infrastructure.
David Walsh, an Internet pioneer, and developer of the first global financial extranet, connecting over 2,000 banks, looks at nearly everything as an exchange.
A Voice in the Wild: Did The SolarWinds Attack Include an Advanced Persistent Threat to Voice, Video, and Messaging Platforms?
Earlier this week, Microsoft Corporation’s President Brad Smith said that the “SolarWinds” hacking campaign that used a U.S. tech company as a springboard to compromise a raft of U.S. government agencies is “the largest and most sophisticated attack the world has ever seen.”
David Walsh, CEO and Co-Founder at XChangePoint and a disruptor and innovator across a range of technology driven markets over the course of his career, will be speaking at the Moonshot House and Plug & Play 2021 Fintech Forum next month. Walsh will contribute to a panel as part of this global, virtual event on March 23.
Today I had the honor to officially join Isoolate as Chairman of the Board, after having spent months learning about and experiencing this start-up company’s powerful Remote Browser Isolation technology. I have been part of the Internet revolution for over thirty years and have been building cloud-based companies and applications for over twenty years, and in the last ten years have been immersed in cybersecurity that addresses massive enterprise risks.
New York, New York; July 7, 2020 – Isoolate, a Browser Isolation Technology and cybersecurity solutions company, today announced it has named industry veteran David Arthur Walsh as Chairman of the Board. The appointment comes as the demand for enterprise security is surging as enterprises are rapidly rethinking and re-engineering remote working platforms.
As more businesses start building and deploying Internet of Things applications and service, IoT platform providers are investing in rolling out and growing developer communities, demonstrating how their technology works, making it easier to use the software, applications, networks, clouds and devices than what their competition offers, and bringing together designers, engineers and innovators online.
David Walsh, of Bronxville, an American entrepreneur, investor and Internet visionary, introduced a new paradigm for valuing networks in an increasingly hyper-connected world. Walsh, who was part of the evolution of Metcalf’s Law and Moore’s Law at the dawn of the public Internet, has created a new formula designed to mathematically establish how valuable networks are, based not only on the endpoints connected to the network but the the endusers activity, and the quality of the content being shared.
Beyond Crypto Currencies, Blockchain Is Poised To Improve Efficiency in the Global Financial Markets in 2020
Over the past several years, a lot has been written about blockchain’s potential to solve a myriad of challenges, from simplifying money transfers, to securing digital voting, to dramatically easing supply chain management, to locking in land title transfers.
Leading technologist David Walsh, from Bronxville, New York, explains how fiber optics and 5G technology will merge to give digital service providers a new edge in the coming year.
The IFX Conference took place in Las Vegas with a theme to celebrate the craft and culture of infrastructure. Through keynotes and workshops, thought leaders, developers, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, and technology enthusiasts gathered to spark new ideas, start conversations, and develop new connections.