Features November 2020

Kelley Irwin – Electrical Safety Authority

Est. reading time: 4 mins

A pandemic making shut-ins of people everywhere, many homeowners have commenced with long-neglected improvement projects that often involve wiring and other electrical changes. That’s keeping busy the Electrical Safety Authority, a regulator and advocate for electrical safety mandated by the government of Ontario. The ESA, in its words, reduces the amount of electricity-related harm across […]

Lynn Haueter – Family & Children’s Services

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The last thing you want to happen to technology for the largest behavioral health organization in Oklahoma is to have the system crash—there’s too much at stake for a vulnerable and under-resourced population seeking mental health assistance, family services and suicide prevention. The gravity of a potential failure drove Lynn Haueter of Family & Children’s […]

Luis Enrique Gómez Sutti – Universidad Panamericana

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As Universidad Panamericana grows, you can count Luis Enrique Gómez Sutti among school leaders with big expectations for the role it will play in higher education in Mexico. As manager of the IT infrastructure at the university’s Mexico City campus, Gómez Sutti wants no less than for Universidad Panamericana to be as an Ivy League […]

Duleep Wikramanayake – SimonMed

Est. reading time: 6 mins

The respite seemed welcome for Duleep Wikramanayake. A few decades of infotech management in various industries coast to coast can be mentally exhausting, but it had been a rewarding career for the native Sri Lankan who’s made the most of himself as a U.S. citizen. Having retired in late 2018 after upgrading technology and protocols […]

Kadion Phillips – Oxford Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Kadion Phillips remembers the happy day when voters in Oxford, Massachusetts, approved almost a million dollars to support technology initiatives for its public schools. The funding was necessary, says Phillips, the director of instructional technology and student information systems at Oxford Public Schools. With a small K-12 student population of 1,600, Phillips believed the lack […]

Steve Adler – Fan Controlled Football League

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Holy @&*%! How could he have made that call? It’s a question nearly every football fan asks each week, coming with a sinking feeling as something goes horribly wrong because of a coaching gaffe. The call may be just another bad decision in a season so full of them you’ve lost count. Or it may […]

Rex Young – LogRhythm

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s a one-word message displayed in multiple places in Rex Young’s office at LogRhythm. “Simplify” is the crucial word, and even if Young and his LogRhythm colleagues can’t see the writing on his walls because COVID-19 has them working remotely, simplify is the operative and overriding word guiding the company’s technological growth. Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, LogRhythm specializes in cybersecurity solutions for mid- to […]

Dennis Fuze – National Association of Corporate Directors

Est. reading time: 5 mins

A year into his job at the National Association of Corporate Directors, CTO Dennis Fuze says his work there is the most rewarding experience in his 42-year career—and he’s just getting started. Contracted by NACD—a 43-year-old nonprofit based in Arlington, Virginia—as a CIO advisor in 2019, Fuze performed a comprehensive assessment of the internal and […]

Farrah Jernigan – Hallettsville Independent School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s always been home to Farrah Jernigan and she can’t imagine anywhere else she could be. She knows the streets, stores, courthouse square and homes of Hallettsville, Texas. “The City of Hospitality,” as it’s called, is where she and her husband are raising their family and rooting for the Hallettsville High School Brahmas on Friday […]

Daniel Caban – Osceola County Sheriff’s Office

Est. reading time: 4 mins

This is not your everyday IT department that Daniel Caban oversees. Not when the FBI and Florida Department of Law Enforcement routinely need the vital statistics he stores while helping fund the technology they use. Not when video captured by personnel during a regular shift can become the backbone of a criminal prosecution. And not […]

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