Hackers are getting more and more sophisticated, last week’s event showcases this. While we should not panic and abandon email altogether, it is worth taking a few precautions as well as being careful when opening emails. Trust but verify Even when the email comes from somebody you know and trust, ask yourself does this email […]
As you’ll hear from Past President Gail Ryder today, our club was formed in 1960 and has grown substantially to become one of the largest and most well-recognized service organization in Bellevue. Importantly, our Club is maturing in age, in earning capacity and asset accumulation of the Members. Many of our Members are now in a better position to focus more acutely on estate planning.
From: Rachele Bouchand Date: Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 8:01 AM Subject: Rotary Cancelled Today Hello Fellow Rotarians, Rotary is cancelled today and everyone is getting credit for attendance. If you were on the schedule, I will be emailing you later today. I was impressed with members offering to walk through snow until they can […]
Fran is the CTO for Microsoft’s Automotive Industry, part of Microsoft’s WW Commercial Business. In this role, he works with product teams, sales, customers, and partners to guide Microsoft’s strategy for automotive and smart mobility.
Fran is a 19-year veteran of Microsoft. He began his work on Azure over 10 years ago as the CTO for Microsoft’s Incubation Businesses where he led a group of deep technical specialists focused on re-architecting customer applications for cloud deployment.
He has a long history of delivering products at Microsoft and developing deep, strategic partnerships. He led the program management team for Mobile Services, delivering Microsoft’s Mobile Messenger and Mobile Hotmail services to millions of customers and creating new integrated services for the launch of Windows Phone. Fran also led program management teams in Windows and Parallel Computing.
He has been working with advanced technologies for the past 35 years including executive roles at Sun Microsystems and Motorola.