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Michael Farber provides in-depth analysis and advice to executive clients on maximizing their business return on IT investments. Michael specializes in emerging technologies, including cloud, social, and network collaboration, and mobile computing and communications to drive enterprise innovation, reduce expenses, gain market share, and increase shareholder value. His expertise includes strategy, architecture, and design, governance, demand and service management, cost containment and control, risk management, acquisition management, program and project management, workforce management and transformation, and cybersecurity and trust.
Before joining the firm in 1997, Michael was a technical director and senior program manager at Roy F. Weston, Inc. Michael earned a B.A. in environmental design and planning from the University of New York at Buffalo. He also holds an M.P.A. in public policy and administration from Columbia University.