Features May 2018

Aaron Kramer – Adirondack Health

For many folks struggling with weight issues, bariatric surgery may be a prudent option, one that peer-reviewed long-term studies have shown can reduce by nearly half the life-shortening risks of obesity. But that’s not to say weight-loss surgery is a routine procedure; it does entail potential complications, even when performed at Adirondack Health, a hospital […]

Ankur Patel – Allied Aviation

For Ankur Patel, the emphasis is on the now. Because of the endlessly-evolving nature of technology, it’s difficult enough to keep ahead on a day-to-day basis, he stresses—let alone predict what’s coming down the road (or should we say the runway) in the long term. This is particularly true for a niche company like Allied […]

Bill Packer – American Financial Resources Inc.

Bill Packer learned early on—just as the dot-com era was emerging—how transformational technology can be for business. (He’s “that old,” he quips.) Still, due to its cyclical nature, his chosen industry, mortgage lending, has been notably behind the curve when it comes to technological advancements. This is precisely why he was chosen to serve as […]

Chris Cummings – Klein Independent School District

Wide-eyed children looked on, as did a couple of teachers, as Chris Cummings went about upgrading a computer laboratory as part of his duties as information technology director at Pineywoods Community Academy in Lufkin, Texas, back in 2009. Formerly a Naval electronic warfare technician who had criss-crossed the globe while carrying out sensitive functions, Cummings […]

Curtis A. Carver Jr. – University of Alabama at Birmingham

Put yourself in the shoes and lab coat of a renowned scientist intent on curing Parkinson’s disease. So beckons Curtis A. Carver Jr., who’s on a first-name basis with such researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. And while Carver’s profession is directing info-tech, not biochemistry, he wants to be a partner in that […]

David DiLeo – Industrial Scientific

Canaries can be grateful to Industrial Scientific, the Pittsburgh company that long ago spared them the hazardous and involuntary duty of detecting toxic gases in coal mines. That gratitude can be shared by the countless men and women whose occupations carry them underground or anywhere else where the air might be tarnished by unhealthy and […]

David Rettig – Nucor Corp

Having a longtime rapport with a headhunter whom he had relied upon for info-tech talent, David Rettig fielded a call from him in 2016, only to find that it was his own expertise being recruited. Then, the IT director of The Institute for Study Abroad at Butler University in Indianapolis, Rettig was seen as a […]

Donna Ross – Radian Group

You know the cyberthreats are out there, only you can’t see them. So you wait, praying your defenses hold up, building your walls ever-higher. It’s a view that has long been standard in cybersecurity circles, with institutions from hospitals to governments emphasizing their preparedness for the inevitable attacks. But what if hunkering down is no […]

Duleep Wikramanayake – Solis Mammography

Given that few things are as stressful as breast cancer screening, the term, Peace of Mind Mammogram, may sound like an oxymoron. But it’s more than just a tagline for Solis Mammography, the nation’s largest screener of such cancer. It’s also a goal that, however hard to achieve, the company vigorously pursues with the indispensable […]

Jamie Condon – American Food & Vending

Security: We hear a lot about it these days. Namely, when companies both big and small end up splashed across the headlines due to a breach or a hack. But not a lot of attention is paid to the ongoing work companies do to prevent such leaks and closely guard their customers’ sensitive information. American […]

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