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AAPA Seaports Magazine, Q3 2021

The Q3 2021 issue of Seaports Magazine explores how ports are not only staying one step ahead, but how they are expanding their reach beyond their borders. Read about how they are brainstorming ideas using adaptive learning and using research to prove their value. Also, see how ports are staying one step ahead of cyberattacks and using technology to redefine ...

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Brainstorming With Adaptive Learning

Changing times call for changes in how we learn. Simulation, webinars and virtual lessons are all examples of how the port industry is adapting to changing times and technology to pursue self-improvement.

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Staying One Step Ahead of Cyberattacks

Ports are shoring up against ransomware and cyberattacks, as the increasing frequency and sophistication of attacks represent a top security concern and the threats are constantly evolving.

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110th AAPA Annual Convention & Expo, Sept. 26-29

Plan now to join us in Austin for the 110th AAPA Annual Convention & Expo September 26-29, where port professionals, transportation leaders and industry influencers will gather in-person for the ultimate venue that empowers attendees with solutions and strategies to set the next milestones for their businesses and communities. Learn more about the convention’s high-level business program, speakers, networking forums, exhibitor and ...

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Q2 2021 Seaports Magazine: Making the Connection

The theme of this issue of Seaports Magazine is Making the Connection, which can be applied to a variety of solutions in the port industry and the supply chain, as a whole. From communication connections to workforce connections and data/cyber connections to cruise connections, the idea of networking, transparency, creativity and resiliency with all types of connections is a crucial ...

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The Path to a New Normal

Signs of a post pandemic ‘new normal’ are slowly beginning to emerge. For sure, life on the other side of the “once-in-a-century” experience we’ve all been living through will be different. COVID-19 has changed much. The important takeaway is that we look at the pandemic through a panoramic lens that encompasses the entire industry.

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