Features January 2018

Andrea Campbell – Keuka College

Depending on whom you ask, a college degree is either an overpriced piece of paper—a ticket to 20 years of hemorrhaging salary to pay down student loans—or an absolute must, without which professional success is near-unattainable. As the narratives surrounding higher education become ever more muddied, millions of would-be undergrads are left searching for clarity; […]

Dan Borges – Southwestern College

There’s a myth about technology in Silicon Valley—and by extension, California—which suggests that any technology or trend sprung from the former must necessarily fan into the latter. Dan Borges knows better. Having plied the IT trade in everything from defense to pharmaceuticals (he counts Lockheed Martin among his resume bullet points), Borges has long recognized […]

Debbie Acosta and Tony Batalla – City of San Leandro, California

The start of San Leandro, California’s, technology revolution can be pin-pointed almost to the day. In 2011, Dr. Patrick Kennedy, the founder and CEO of OSIsoft, the city’s largest tech company, which specializes in installing its trademarked “PI system” for private companies and public organizations, approached City Hall with an idea to install fiber optics […]

Joe Tenczar – Sonny’s BBQ

If you’ve enjoyed a heaping helping of pulled pork with slaw on a bun at one of the many Sonny’s BBQ restaurants in the Southeast, you probably weren’t thinking: Compliments to the chief information officer. Understandable enough; your gratitude just naturally tended toward the pitmaster who sliced, seasoned and smoked the meat on an oak-infused […]

Kirk Nugent – Oakwood University

Think of that most noble pursuit of missionary work, and what roles come to mind? For sure, those of pastors, doctors, nurses and agriculturists, all willing to immerse themselves at personal sacrifice, in some of the world’s most undeveloped regions. But don’t overlook the contributions that a technology professional can make, reminds Kirk Nugent from […]

One CIO’s transformative approach to IT

Throughout his 20-plus-year career, Eshwar Pastapur has operated on a sort of special ops basis: Parachuting in, so to speak, to a company, and helping to solve a technological challenge. It keeps him interested in and dedicated to his work as a respected IT leader, and it landed him at his current position as CIO […]

Phil Campbell – CalvertHealth Medical Center

When it comes to information technology and security, healthcare systems can face quite the quandary. First and foremost, they are beholden to protect the massive amounts of sensitive patient data that is constantly being collected throughout their facilities. But just as crucially, it’s their duty as medical professionals to ensure their researchers and physicians have […]

Randall Frietzsche – Denver Health Medical Center

The complexities of his high-stakes position notwithstanding, Randall Frietzsche has a refreshing way of reducing what he does to easily understood terms. “I’ve got a sheepdog mentality,” says the man who insists on being addressed as Fritz, while overseeing cybersecurity for Denver Health Medical Center—a position he’s held since June, after serving in similar roles […]

Scott Segerstrom – Christie Clinic

In today’s corporate healthcare environment, there is usually a hierarchy between the doctors and the management, but in the case of Christie Clinic your doctor also happens to own the place. Christie Clinic is a physician-owned medical practice with 17 locations in east-central Illinois. The clinics provide primary care services as well as a multitude […]

Skip Rollins – Freeman Health System

It’s not often that healthcare is compared to retail, but as hospitals and clinics become more reliant on technology to provide streamlined services, Leonard “Skip” Rollins says his staff is all about providing an “Amazon experience.” “When it comes to patient education and scheduling, it’s becoming more on demand than ever before, and from an […]

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