Alum introduces a new way to rewire data center inefficiencies

In a market of big data, big data centers, and big costs, W. P. Carey alumnus Clint Poole’s innovative DataStation — a scalable, quickly deployable modular data center that can connect directly to the grid for power — may make a big impact on the industry.

Researchers find that ride-sharing service saves travel time, gas

A trio of Arizona State University researchers has quantified the “Uber effect” by completing the first study to prove that when the ride-hailing service enters an urban market, it reduces traffic congestion, cuts travel time, and saves gas for all drivers.

PhD students present first-year research papers that explore everyday things

A year of research and hard work has culminated with first-year research paper presentations for three PhD students in the W. P. Carey Department of Information Systems. The research reports provide an in-depth look at everyday items and how they’ve significantly affected people, businesses, and processes.

Six updates wrap up 2016

As the end of the first semester wraps up, students and faculty are getting ready for the holiday break. But first, we’re reporting the latest happenings in the Department of Information Systems — from conferences and holiday books to grants and goodbyes.