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James Carlini

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.

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Post-COVID New Normal: Paradigm Shift in Work Environment

11.14.20
  • New Urbanism is Dead: What Just Killed It?

    09.27.20
  • How COVID Upended Real Estate

    08.18.20
  • Measuring 2020 Candidates? Start Using the Same Yardstick of Righteousness

    05.07.20
  • After COVID-19: Permanent Changes and Evolution of Smart Cities

    04.22.20
  • Coronavirus: Dusting off Disaster Plans. Do they Still Work?

    03.13.20
  • Trump Rally vs. Dem Debates: What You Are Not Seeing!

    02.24.20
  • Smart Cities Require Smart Infrastructure

    12.15.19
  • Smart Cities Need Smarter Politicians

    11.27.19
  • Nanodegrees: The Shift Away from Higher Education

    04.09.19
  • The Top Rockstars of Cryptocurrencies & Nanocrimes

    03.15.19
  • China’s Lost Drones are Infiltrating America

    09.05.18
  • Cryptocurrency Banking: In BOT We Trust

    07.11.18
  • A $1 Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Plan is a Good Start

    01.03.18
  • Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin or Bitcon?

    12.19.17
  • Failing Infrastructure: When a Fire Takes out the World’s Busiest Airport

    12.19.17
  • Smart Cities Don’t Have Dumb Buildings

    11.20.17
  • Geneva Convention in Cyberwarfare? Don’t Count on It.

    08.06.17
  • Don’t think Small, add Broadband to the Wall

    06.27.17