Information systems faculty shape research agenda at conferences

Taking on leadership roles at conferences, such as the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences and 27th Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, is one way to highlight and promote the academic quality of the department. In November, professors will co-chair the Informs Conference on Information Systems and Technology in downtown Phoenix.

The future is now — so embrace AI

Given the salience of artificial intelligence for business and society, I have developed a one-day workshop for business leaders to get up to speed on these concepts. “The Future of Work and Digital Innovation” workshop will be held on Feb. 21, 2018, at ASU’s Tempe campus.

Managing tomorrow’s threats today

To combat cybercrime, we need to stay one step ahead of hackers. That’s why three new academic concentrations and certificate programs in cybersecurity will be added to our curriculum soon to give students the knowledge to fight back.