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About Jordan Janeczko


Cloud Strategist at Atos and member of the Scientific Community

Jordan Janeczko is the Cloud Strategist for the Global Systems Integration of Atos and a member of the Scientific Community. After graduating from the University of Illinois in Computer Science, he started working for Siemens in their software division in Vienna, Austria. While there, he has worked on many research and development topics– for example in 1992 on collaboration software projects for the European Space Agency, in 1995 on Voice over IP technologies. Staying in the area of new product development but moving to product and portfolio management, in 1999 he started working in the area of the IP-Based Multimedia Subsystem for mobile network providers. Since 2009 Jordan has been helping define and build secure cloud services and cloud integration services, and has been invited as a cloud thought leader to speak at many global cloud events. In the Scientific Community, Jordan is working on Big Data and Cloud Computing, and in GSI he is globally responsible for the cloud computing strategy.




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Focus On the future with Look Out

The new Atos Look Out 2020+ industry trends report has landed. Take a peek and you will find highlights from our different industries, details of critical emerging technologies and lots more to help YOU drive innovation in YOUR organization in the coming years – including a discussion on the rise of intelligent business platforms. Let me elaborate. We’ve noticed…

Be on the look out for Look Out

We on the editorial board are very proud of the new Look Out Industry Trends report. This is our 7th edition, and it is as exciting as it is important. Combining the expertise of our business, technology and industry experts, Look Out 2020+ industry trends report provides an in-depth analysis of the emerging megatrends, business transformation opportunities and technologies…

It’s time for an Industrie 4.0 Security Plugfest at Hannover Fair

Hannover Messe is getting more impressive every year, with its sprawling halls dedicated to the Digital Factory, Industrial Automation and Industry 4.0. The sheer number of machines, platforms, and robots on display was world class, but what impressed me the most this year was the progress that has been made in Digital Transformation.…

Spot the Robot!

Please no! This is obviously a toy and not a robot. But the promise of robots moving out of the industrial space and into the home is becoming more and more realistic. There are 2 kinds of home robots that R&D is focusing on. The first are the “instrumental robots”, little brothers of the industrial robots and likewise designed for specific tasks: vacuuming the floor…

Spot the Robot! Automobiles

One of my first cars was a 1970 Chevy Malibu with a gorgeous 307 horse power V8 engine. It was anything but a robot. But if you look at the new self-driving cars, or cars with “autopilot”, you are obviously looking at a robot. Or to use the current SAE International definitions, there are already Level 3 and Level 4 automobiles on the streets.…

Spot the Robot! Industrial Robots

Obviously, this is a robot. And it has been since the 70’s.  Big metal arms that lift, weld, or hold - over and over again. So if they look the same, where is all the innovation?  Why are people calling them parts of a cyber-physical system when they used to be just called robots? There is an incredibly long list of exciting…

Spot the Robot - Airplanes

Obviously this is an airplane and not a robot. But an airplane is a complex cyber-physical system, just like a robot is. Calling it a cyber-physical system simply means that it has computer controlled motors, pumps, valves and actuators to physically move something, and also that it has sensors to measure important aspects of its surroundings. A standard passenger plane has…

The Cutting Edge of Industry 4.0 at WPK 2016

For anyone interested in Industry 4.0 who wasn’t at the Wiener Produktionstechnik Kongress 2016 in Vienna last week, you missed a tremendous amount of quality ideas from companies and universities who are investing millions in ensuring manufacturing will remain at the cutting edge of technology. Magna, Trumpf, Hoerbiger and many others all gave excellent examples of…

What do Kevin Bacon, Paul Erdos and Ernst van Dyk have in common?

Kevin Bacon is a famous movie star, Paul Erdos is the most prolific mathematics professor of all time, and Ernst van Dyk just won another gold medal for the cycling road race at the Rio 2016 Paralympics. So what is the connection? It’s a well-known internet meme that Kevin Bacon is the…

Making the Paralympic Games even more exciting with data analytics

For those of us who like numbers, there were 19 new world records achieved at the Rio 2016 Olympics Games this year - not to mention new records about the number of medals. The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are just over, and already after the first week the athletes were well on track for achieving even…

Digital Transformation and a Bump In the Road for Uber

“Defendants are in business to provide transportation services to passengers. … Plaintiff did the actual transporting of those passengers. Without drivers such as Plaintiff, Defendants’ business would not exist.” What does this mean? It means Uber has lost its California court case. In other words, Uber users need drivers to be users, so drivers are…

How many companies get my data when I use free mobile apps?

What I usually expect out of app is that it asks a server if it has new data – so for a sports app I might be asking the score of the Juventus-Barcelona game. The server would send me the score, and probably save the fact that I wanted the score of…

Analytics and the Power of 100%

Sure, you can buy a $14,000 Apple Watch to set an alarm and wake you up in the morning. But investing in that new technology to only do this is missing the point. I always get the same feeling about Data Analytics articles explaining the benefit is saving 1% of something. You see it a lot. Shaving pennies off the margin…

Trivia Quiz: How many iPads and tablets were at the 2010 Olympics?

None! Hard to believe that the modern touchscreen tablet revolution started on April 3rd 2010 – just under 4 years ago and after Vancouver. As the main integrators for the Olympics, we have a stable 4 year cycle – right as Sochi ends this year after the Paralympics Games, the first Atos people…

Citius, Altius, Fortius: The Data Olympics

Nothing reflects the spirit of the Olympics better than motto “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (“Faster, Higher, Stronger”) created by Pierre de Coubertin when the International Olympic Committee was formed in 1894. As the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games unfold, it’s astonishing to see the spirit of excellence of all the participants. But “Citius, Altius, Fortius” doesn’t apply only to sports. Atos has been…

Great by Choice and the Discipline of the Cloud

Every year we have our Ascent conference on innovation and excellence, with sessions on important trends and talks by inspirational speakers. As a host for our cloud computing session, I also saw the talk by Morten Hansen, who wrote Great By Choice with Jim Collins.  What struck me most was one of the key principles that…