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Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is Revolutionizing Healthcare, but the Cybersecurity Threat is Real

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility
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The healthcare industry is being revolutionized by developments in Internet of Things (IoT), or more specifically the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) — also known as Healthcare IoT. Nothing is more consumer-visible of this fact than the pervasiveness of medial wearables, such as smart watches and bands. A wide variety of such wearables, along with other connected biosensors, provide the ability to monitor various health metrics and automatically send that data to other devices or even directly to physicians.

Technology's Role In Building A Better Planet

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To hear about how technology is making the world better, we caught up with Ron Nersesian, the Chairman and CEO of Keysight Technologies - - a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world. Keysight's solutions optimise networks and bring electronic products to market faster and at a lower cost with offerings from design simulation, to prototype validation, to manufacturing test, to optimisation in networks and cloud environments.

Keysight Technologies' Dan Krantz Discuss Challenges and Lessons Learned About the Impact of the Pandemic

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Dan Krantz, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Keysight Technologies, recently joined CIOs from other tech companies for a NetEvents CIO roundtable to discuss challenges and lessons learned about the impact of the pandemic on their IT organizations.

The Role of Design, Test & Security in Today's Healthcare Advancements

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility
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Technology has always played a critical role in the healthcare industry. However, recent advancements are driving a revolution in capabilities and opportunities to improve the health and wellness of people around the world. And at a time when such advancements are sorely needed, I might add.

COVID-19 Doesn't Stop Win:Win of Summer Internships

By Madison Wickett | International Affairs and Modern Languages senior, Georgia Institute of Technology
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By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility

I have always valued the work and outside perspective that university interns bring into Keysight, and especially enjoy exposing tomorrow’s leaders to the role environmental sustainability, social impact and ethical governance can play in their future work. Truth be told, I always learn something new by engaging with interns too! This year was no different.

Due to COVID-19, Keysight moved to remote-only summer internships for the first time. While this posed challenges from a managerial perspective, there was concern about the impact this change would have on the quality of intern work, as well as their ability to fully benefit from it. However, even with its challenges, I can confidently say that it was still a win:win opportunity for both Keysight and our summer interns.

For example, I had the honor of bringing Madison Wickett — an International Affairs and Modern Languages student from Georgia Institute of Technology — into Keysight as my corporate social responsibility (CSR) summer intern. While she originally was slated to sit next to me at the Keysight offices in Colorado Springs, CO, she ended up working remotely from Michigan. My initial concerns about work quality with a remote intern went right out the window as I recognized how efficient her online communications and independent work capabilities were. In addition, it seems she also benefited from this internship, even having some unique experiences that she can take with her into future job roles.

To understand the intern experience in this unique COVID-19 summer, I asked Madison to pen a blog post about her time with us to share with others. Below is what she wrote. I am so thankful for the learnings from this summer’s interns and being able to maintain that company/intern win:win, and won’t hesitate to consider future remote internships if needed! Have a read …

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By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility

I have always valued the work and outside perspective that university interns bring into Keysight, and especially enjoy exposing tomorrow’s leaders to the role environmental sustainability, social impact and ethical governance can play in their future work. Truth be told, I always learn something new by engaging with interns too! This year was no different.

Due to COVID-19, Keysight moved to remote-only summer internships for the first time. While this posed challenges from a managerial perspective, there was concern about the impact this change would have on the quality of intern work, as well as their ability to fully benefit from it. However, even with its challenges, I can confidently say that it was still a win:win opportunity for both Keysight and our summer interns.

For example, I had the honor of bringing Madison Wickett — an International Affairs and Modern Languages student from Georgia Institute of Technology — into Keysight as my corporate social responsibility (CSR) summer intern. While she originally was slated to sit next to me at the Keysight offices in Colorado Springs, CO, she ended up working remotely from Michigan. My initial concerns about work quality with a remote intern went right out the window as I recognized how efficient her online communications and independent work capabilities were. In addition, it seems she also benefited from this internship, even having some unique experiences that she can take with her into future job roles.

To understand the intern experience in this unique COVID-19 summer, I asked Madison to pen a blog post about her time with us to share with others. Below is what she wrote. I am so thankful for the learnings from this summer’s interns and being able to maintain that company/intern win:win, and won’t hesitate to consider future remote internships if needed! Have a read …

Keysight Technologies Releases 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Report — Surpasses Social Impact Goals

Report details company’s environmental, social and governance impact in helping build a better planet
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SANTA ROSA, Calif., May 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, has released its 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report detailing the company's environmental, social and governance initiatives worldwide.

Raising Captain Planets

By Helena Wong, Keysight Technologies, Inc.
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Some of you may recall the 1990s American TV cartoon program, “Captain Planet and the Planeteers” where five “planeteers” across the globe use the power vested in their rings to foil villainy and summon Earth’s ultimate superhero — Captain Planet himself.

CSR-related Crisis Response -- Plan Ahead, But Expect Unique Challenges

Michele Robinson-Pontbriand, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility
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As stewards of environmental sustainability, social impact and ethical governance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) professionals and their internal functional partners are often engaged in key aspects of crisis management. The global spread of COVID-19 is no exception. What I have learned from this and past events -- including regionalized business impacts from wildfires, rolling blackouts and earthquakes -- is that in each event, the general tenants of CSR-related efforts are similar.

Keysight Technologies Celebrates Patti Key, Vice President of Network Applications and Security Sales for Women's History Month

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In honor of Women’s History Month, Keysight Technologies celebrates its women leaders who do so much for our technology, our business, and our culture. We asked them the best advice they have received and that they would impart to the next generation of women entering the workforce. Read the sentiment above from Patti Key, vice president, network applications and security sales.

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