Description: Developed Northeastern University's curricula in telecommunications which includes an Associate's Degree program; the world's first and largest continuing education program in telecommunications; contract programs with major corporations, and certificate and degree programs offered via television. Was the first to teach office automation, network administration, and voice-data network planning courses at an American university.
Description: Designed and implemented a corporate-wide email network for Coopers and Lybrand.
Description: Directed the planning, development, and implementation of an integrated office information system for Massport. The system included fully network desktop functions to all information workers. This system changed the processes by which Massport did business.
Description: Developed the voice-data-image strategic communications plan for the Department of the Treasury. This included a comprehensive technology review, a searchable baseline database of Treasury's facilities, recommendations of services to be used, hardware architectures, and approaches to managing the systems. This was the baseline for the upgrade of all Treasury networking facilities.
Description: Wrote the book, The Wireless Office.
Description: Directed the preparation of an RFP for the procurement of a 500+ location, 5,000+ node multistate enterprise network including terminal equipment and desktop systems for Fletch Allen Health Care, FAHC. Services supported included a full range of teleconferencing and telemedicine. Transport technologies included SONET, ATM, frame relay, and ISDN.
Description: Developed the physical and functional specifications for a real time automatic natural language translation system. Filed a US Patent application.
Description: Opined on the validity of the statistical analysis of a 12,000 sample, 8 country user survey regarding a software product in an antitrust matter.