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BSc in Computer Science at the University of São Paulo (USP), MSc in Business Administration at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), and Specialist in Data Analysis from U.C. Berkeley and Foundation Institute of Administration (FIA). Fabio has worked as an analyst and editor at PC Magazine, Editora Abril and Folha de S.Paulo, as a technology expert at Brasil Online and UOL, Professor at PUC-SP and COGEAE, technology consultant for healthcare and finance companies, and IoT sales for Latin America at Intel.
Investing in technology for asset management has an almost immediate return. With remote monitoring of factories, offices and machinery, it is possible to optimize production, reduce localized stocks and even improve the environmental conditions in which employees work. In the healthcare industry, monitoring equipment and also patients reduces hospital costs, as much as in the use of instruments and also in hospitalizations.
If you are an IT professional and manage your company’s network, you have certainly been in this situation. You are sound asleep and there is a sudden problem with your servers. Either you are woken up by a phone call, a message, or you’ll learn about it when you get to the office. It’s a mess, and you have to patch it. Stress does not come close to describe everything that comes with it – your boss over your shoulders, your colleagues pressed with deadlines, your company and your team’s reputation, the money spent and the amount not collected, and the list goes on. After the fact, you’ll sit down and mull over what could have been done to prevent it. Well, if you haven’t been in such a sandstorm, maybe there’s a way to escape from it.