James Carlini is a strategist for mission critical networks, technology, and intelligent infrastructure. Since 1986, he has been president of Carlini and Associates. Besides being an author, keynote speaker, and strategic consultant on large mission critical networks including the planning and design for the Chicago 911 center, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange trading floor networks, and the international network for GLOBEX, he has served as an adjunct faculty member at Northwestern University.
Author Archive | James Carlini
What About the Decybernization of North Korea?
James Carlini 06.17.18
A $1 Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Plan is a Good Start
James Carlini 01.03.18
Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin or Bitcon?
Failing Infrastructure: When a Fire Takes out the World’s Busiest Airport
Smart Cities Don’t Have Dumb Buildings
James Carlini 11.20.17
Geneva Convention in Cyberwarfare? Don’t Count on It.
James Carlini 08.06.17
Don’t think Small, add Broadband to the Wall
James Carlini 06.27.17
Terrorism and Building Infrastructure
James Carlini 04.04.17
Advancing American Exceptionalism
James Carlini 02.11.17
Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Project? Get it Right
James Carlini 01.12.17
The Frequency of Terrorist Attacks Worldwide
James Carlini 07.29.16
Otto Skorzeny: The Nazi who Influenced ISIS
James Carlini 07.18.16
Preparing for Nanokrieg: Electronic Wars Being Won and Lost in Microseconds
James Carlini 07.08.16