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On May 20, my guest will be Chris Moschovitis, the CEO of TMG-eMedia.  Chris studied Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics, receiving his Bachelors of Science degree from The College at Brockport. His follow-up graduate studies at the University of Rochester, and New York University include advanced courses in technology, management, and education. In 1985 Chris was appointed Director of Academic Computing at Pratt Institute, and in 1987 he was recruited by the O’Connor Group for the position of Vice President of Information Technology. In heChris started his own company — the Technology Management Group. (“TMG” ) — focused on providing independent technology management expertise and outsourcing services. TMG further expanded its Internet offerings in 2004 by investing in emedia – a prominent, award winning, and internationally acclaimed interactive agency, forming TMG-eMedia, one of the premier independent consulting firms in the country. Over his career at TMG Chris has personally led a wide array of projects including: Due Diligence, Business Transformation, and Strategic Consulting assignments; Framework implementations (e.g. Balanced Scorecard, BCG, COBIT, ITIL, etc.); Content and Document Management (ECM/WCM) initiatives; ERP and CRM assessments, and rollouts ; Systems Architecture design and Cyber Security audits. Chris is co-author of the critically acclaimed “History of the Internet: 1843 to the Present” as well as a contributor to the “Encyclopedia of Computers and Computer History” and the “Encyclopedia of New Media.” In addition heis a member of several industry organizations (e.g. ISACA, IEEE, AMA) frequently writes articles, and is a sought after public speaker.

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