Features April 2020

Gil Anspacher – Corvallis School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

In one classroom, Spanish-speaking students sit side-by-side with their English-speaking peers, with everyone using a digital textbook with the ability to toggle back and forth between the two languages. In another, students learning math use a non-verbal application accessible to all learners to gain a conceptual, visual understanding of math concepts and processes. As Gil […]

Dustin Esselman – Scrip Companies

Est. reading time: 5 mins

In the Internet Age, it can be easy to think you’ll set up a website, do some site optimization and marketing, and the dollars will come flooding in. Dustin Esselman knows better than that. As CIO for Scrip Companies, Esselman rebuilt his team in the first 90 days on the job, sending them “knee-deep into […]

Marc Crudgington – Woodforest National Bank

Est. reading time: 6 mins

A decade ago, the aim of most cybercriminals was to sow chaos: attempting to crack a high-profile company, dropping a malevolent virus into an operational system—you probably remember the headlines. But as technology evolved so too did the threats to the nation’s banking institutions. So says Marc Crudgington, chief information security officer (CISO) and senior […]

Naike Hechem – The C-Class

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The world only to grow more digital, there should be opportunity aplenty for young people with infotech expertise. But in so many countries there’s a marked gender imbalance when it comes to the makeup of IT teams. Thus it would seem prudent, both from a socially progressive and business standpoint, to enable more young women […]

John Armstrong – Joliet Public Schools District 86

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s not uncommon for teachers to keep learning themselves. In fact, it’s typically encouraged. But how often does it lead to someone shifting to instruct in an entirely new topic? For almost 20 years, John Armstrong taught music to primary and middle school students in concert, jazz and marching bands. He coaxed the right notes […]

Jim St. Clair – The Dinocrates Group

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Technology changes but relationships need not. So reminds Jim St. Clair, who has had a role in overseeing both as chief technology officer since August 2017 at The Dinocrates Group. A boutique strategy and technology advisory firm based in Rockville, Maryland, it’s become the partner of choice in guiding multiple levels of the public sector—and […]

Karl Fischer – Aclaris Therapeutics Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

There’s likely not an IT decision maker out there who couldn’t relate to the concept of being “on the bruising edge.” That’s when you’re responsible for, among other things, preventing spear phishing and all manner of cyberattacks, making everything simultaneously more mobile and more secure, predicting the future confidently enough to project five-year spending, and […]

Greg Flanik – Baldwin Wallace University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Run, grow and transform. It’s the mantra for Baldwin Wallace University’s Chief Information Officer Greg Flanik. It must be, because the university’s typical client is 18 to 22 years old and expects a practical, world-class education aided by cutting-edge tech. So every three years, Flanik is given the reins to reassess and plan for IT […]

Audrius Polikaitis – UI Health

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For most healthcare organizations, a full-on technology upgrade of a 20-year-old records system would be a daunting task. There’s infrastructure to modernize and new best practices and protocols to establish. Sometimes the best solution is breaking everything down and rebuilding.  It’s exactly that type of massive undertaking now underway at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System [UI Health], but one worth the […]

Rafael Solares – VMware

Est. reading time: 4 mins

With cyberattacks making front-page news around the world, Rafael Solares says barely a week goes by when he doesn’t hear of a security breach happening somewhere. It’s a concern that’s high on his radar at the Mexican arm of VMware, a software company that provides cloud-based computing and virtualization software and services. Why? The country […]

Testimonials

Alliant is very pleased with our experience working with the TrueLine Publishing team. We were not only impressed with the caliber of the whitepaper that was produced, but with the level of attention from the team we partnered with. They were very detailed oriented and I appreciated their follow up. They even offered to refresh the article and invited Alliant to participate in some of the design features. It is without reservation that I highly recommend other businesses partnering with this publication and I look forward to an opportunity to work with them again in the future.
— Katie Patterson, Director of Marketing, Alliant Technologies

LATEST EDITION

Fall I 2022

READ NOW

GET TOGGLE IN YOUR INBOX.

  • * We’ll never share your email or info with anyone.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.