Features June 2020

James Webb – West Texas A&M University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When four West Texas A&M students were part of Super Bowl LIV in Miami in February 2020, they took Buffalo pride with them to the big game. Only they weren’t in shoulder pads or helmets. Rather, they were there to help the 62,400 fans leverage the newest Wi-Fi technology to make the game come—and stay—alive. […]

Marcy Good – Mithun

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Marcy Good accidentally left a copy of her resume at a printer in her mother’s office, it turned out to be a move that changed her life. Just out of college, Good was home for the summer figuring out what was next. When the office’s IT director Quentin Murphy spotted her resume, the man […]

Mick Nealeigh – Milton-Union Exempted Village School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When it opened in 2012, the new campus for the Milton-Union Exempted Village School District in Ohio not only brought the elementary, middle and high schools together in one building, it also set new standards for sustainability and energy efficiency. There’s a 75,000-gallon reclamation system that filters and prepares rainwater to be used for flushing […]

Bill Swift – Brierley

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Times have been tough in the auto rental market, why with fewer people traveling amid the threat of a pandemic and even fewer needing temporary wheels. On a related note, the hospitality business hasn’t been buzzing either; many hotels and resorts are just now reopening after months of COVID-induced inactivity. Same goes for retailers, so […]

Manik Mahajan – Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Some things are better done at home, although Manik Mahajan has needed to travel the world to know that’s true. Once a consultant, he helped insurance companies implement software, integrate legacy systems and IT platforms, and that took him around the globe. But the past four years, he’s been much more settled as he oversees […]

Brad Hagg – Warsaw Community Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

If you turn back the calendar to January 2020, Brad Hagg’s plans to improve the technology at Warsaw Community Schools in Indiana seem pretty mundane now. Topping the list: replacing the aging classroom projectors, followed by upgrading the elementary school computer labs. While that was occurring, Hagg, the district’s chief technology officer, planned to continue […]

Darrell Riekena – Republic National Distributing Company

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Finding ways to operate as a wholesale distributor during a pandemic is something Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC) happens to be experienced with, having cut its teeth during the days of Prohibition. Times have changed, and so too have the processes of delivering alcohol nationwide for one of the country’s largest distributors of wine and […]

Chris Barnes – Howard LLP

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Though info security is his profession, Chris Barnes has taken on a decidedly non-technological endeavor on behalf of his employer, the Dallas-based accounting and advisory firm Howard LLP. Chief technology officer since late 2018 and a member of the Howard IT staff for 14 years, it’s not as if Barnes didn’t have a lengthy to-do […]

Jim Dutcher – Broome County

Est. reading time: 3 mins

It may seem a small county tucked away in New York along the Pennsylvania border, but Broome County government has pretty big tech needs, says CIO Jim Dutcher. “We have such a diverse set of customers and end users,” he says. “We need to be as nimble and as agile as any high-tech company you […]

David Almond – Alberta Innovates

Est. reading time: 5 mins

He’ll be among the many participants at this June’s Inventures Unbound, an annual gathering of creative minds that will be conducted virtually instead of at a convention center in Calgary. But that’s OK with David Almond, the new executive director of IT at Alberta Innovates, a Canadian Crown corporation that’s publicly funded but largely free […]

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