Features December 2017

Break it down, build it up, repeat

More than half of all businesses experienced a data breach at some point in the last year, according to a study released in 2017 by Ponemon Institute, an independent research firm. Even so, many companies aren’t insured against this common risk that can cost them anywhere from tens of thousands to millions of dollars, even […]

Brett Luna – Healthesystems

Pain: it’s a part of every injury. But when the injury is workplace-related, the discomfort often goes beyond physical distress. Imagine, for a second, that you fall at work and injure your back. Your treatment will likely be covered by workers’ compensation insurance, but the journey toward healing—and navigating the confusing road of workers’ compensation—is […]

Cindy Parker – LaSalle Investment Management

Thirty years at the same job? Some people might find that repetitive, stagnant, even downright boring. Not so for Cindy Parker—quite the contrary, in fact. Her role as director of IT for LaSalle Investment Management continues to be dynamic, exciting, and ever-changing. “It’s a very interesting ride,” she says. “You’re constantly thinking ‘what’s next? What’s […]

Craig Corbin – Fontainebleau Miami Beach

High-end accommodations might always have been essential for hosting high-profile companies on their retreats and conferences. But these days, there’s an additional requirement on top of the usual amenities: lots and lots of bandwidth. Even so, Fontainebleau Miami Beach might have gone above and beyond the expectations of a luxury hotel by installing a 10-gigabit […]

Darnell Smith – Raleigh, N.C.

As a young man, D. Darnell Smith recognized the growing importance of info-tech, deciding to major in computer science rather than accounting at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and finding opportunities aplenty to ply that skill post-graduation. After long stretches of distinguished performance with E.I. DuPont and Elster Group, Smith opted for the […]

Dr. Candace Holder – Surry Community College

Getting a college degree once required students to sit in a classroom, but the leadership of Surry Community College in Dobson, North Carolina, believes there’s a better, more modern approach. “Enrollment has flipped, and today more students have full- or part-time jobs,” says Vice President of Technology Services and Director of Distance Education Dr. Candace […]

Fernando Birman – Solvay

When someone talks of having achieved their professional dream—serious in voice and straight of face—the temptation is to scoff, if not outright sneer, at the claim’s absurdity. “What do they know that I don’t,” you might wonder, “and what makes them so special?” Sometimes, though, such satisfaction stems not from one’s vision being fulfilled, but […]

Mark Barham – City of Williamsburg

Fifteen years ago, a city council meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia, ran on printed agendas and the occasional memo. While this is the way most cities operated at the time, Director of IT Mark Barham is glad many governments have shifted from this paper-driven environment, Williamsburg included. “There was no interactivity between citizens and their government […]

Mike Evans – Forsyth County Schools

On the wall of every K-12 classroom in Forsyth County, Georgia, is a display of the school district’s Learner Profile, which outlines the attributes it expects every single student to possess by the time they graduate high school. The document is likely what you’d expect from a modern learning institution, and the same can be […]

Naomi Boyer – Polk State College

There is no doubt about it—technology can be intimidating. Not only is it constantly changing, but at institutions like Polk State College, over 16,000 students expect teachers to be as savvy as they are when it comes to software, devices and mobility. “We are constantly asking ourselves how do we use technology to improve our […]

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