Features February 2017

Abba Technologies

Abba Technologies got its start in the IT world by selling super computers to two national labs in New Mexico, both famous for cutting edge research on nuclear weapons and energy. In its beginning, working with brilliant scientists meant Abba needed equally brilliant IT specialists. So when the company decided to change directions and sell […]

Aldona Valicenti – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Every year, the largest horse auction in the world takes place in Lexington, Kentucky, the “Horse Capital of the World” and the epicenter of Kentucky’s estimated $4 billion horse industry. In 2006, the most expensive horse ever auctioned, The Green Monkey, was sold for $16 million at Fasig-Tipton, one of Lexington’s two world-renowned equine auction […]

Cabarrus County Schools

When it comes to IT, Cabarrus County Schools has three major things going for it—or rather, three people: Dr. Katherine “Kelly” Propst, Michael Stocks and Adam Harkey. The trio has a unique management style, which helped build the most robust school district IT network in the state and keeps 36,000 devices up and running. Propst, […]

Craig Richardville – Carolinas HealthCare System

For many people, getting access to the right medical care at the right time, for the right price, by the right physician clinician is a challenge. Patients want their medical care and access to be as easy as booking an airline ticket or reserving a table at the restaurant. That’s according to Craig Richardville, Chief […]

Derek Kruse – DOTComm

When he was a young project manager working for a multinational company, Derek Kruse asked an executive to give him some career advice. What he was told: “Make yourself obsolete.” Kruse found the notion a little silly at the time, but it’s one that he now wholeheartedly embraces. It’s a concept often referred to as […]

Gregg Martin – Arnot Health

For years the emergency department staff at Arnot Health, a New York-based health care system, wanted an emergency department information system (EDIS). For years, Arnot’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) Gregg Martin said “no” to this. It might seem counterintuitive that a CIO would deny users a new technology, but Martin knows that technology is worthless […]

Janice Reid – Peekskill City School District

Inside Peekskill City School District (PCSD) classrooms, students and teachers are embracing a new way of teaching and learning thanks to their eagerness to try new technology. As a small city school district whose student population is growing, PCSD has had to get creative in order to provide more technology with limited funding. To help […]

Jeff Coiner – Springfield, Missouri

As Jeff Coiner likes to say, Springfield, Missouri, is a small town with a lot of big opportunities. The city of roughly 160,000 is home to the headquarters of Bass Pro Shops, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and Prime Inc., as well as an Expedia business center, nearly a dozen colleges and universities, an airport, a zoo, […]

Jonathan Miller – J.D. Power

In 2011, J.D. Power President Finbarr O’Neill called J.D. Power’s former parent company McGraw Hill Financial, Inc. and asked for help. J.D. Power is best known for its consumer satisfaction research regarding new cars, and O’Neill wasn’t sure the company’s technology was competitive enough. McGraw Hill sent Jonathan Miller from New York to California to […]

Kirk Langer – Lincoln Public Schools

For about as long as there have been personal computers, educators have been finding ways to incorporate them in the classroom. In 1975, for instance, Apple began donating its Apple 1 computers to public school systems to get students engaged with technology. As these and other devices became more sophisticated, so did their integration into […]

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