Features October 2021

Ali Kolahdouz – Region One Education Service Center

It’s said that everything is bigger in Texas, and not simply because its 268,500 square miles make it the largest state in the continental U.S. There are big hats, big trucks, big plates of barbecue and big high school football stadiums where almost 20,000 fans can cheer their team on. And there’s a big fiber […]

Angel Gonzalez – Wyrick Robbins

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wyrick Robbins’s work-from-home solution was limited to Citrix and didn’t allow all of the firm’s attorneys and staff work remotely. The Raleigh, North Carolina-based law firm had always valued in-person interaction, he explains, and didn’t have a solution to accommodate that interaction virtually. When the pandemic made working from home […]

Angela Copeland – Toronto Public Library

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Angela Copeland and her colleagues at the Toronto Public Library knew that, while they couldn’t change the situation everyone was in, they could offer a tried-and-true comfort: books. Copeland, the library’s director of digital strategy and CIO, accelerated the organization’s plan to create digital access cards for […]

Brian Newgent – Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc.

The morning of March 26, 2018, was one that Brian Newgent will never forget.  For Brian Newgent, it started out the same as any other day: shutting off the alarm, eating breakfast and brushing his teeth. It also happened to be the day that his employer, Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, became a billion-dollar, publicly-traded company. Once known as White Construction, […]

Darren DeSilva – Arlo Hotels

Imagine walking into a hotel after a long day of travelling and dragging around heavy suitcases. Before you can collapse on your bed, you stand in line to check in, then insert your key card a few times before the lock turns green and you can finally enter your room. Now, imagine another hotel where […]

Dave Martelon – Velocity Global

“So how was work today?” This question might once have come up at dinner, asked by loved ones who’d toiled away from home. Now, it’s as likely to be asked of someone who’s just logged off at a workstation next to their bedroom or kitchen. Recognizing workplace changes—which were occurring even before the COVID-19 pandemic—is […]

Eric Kammerzelt – Parameter1

According to the Pew Research Center’s report on newspaper trends, the 2020 print and digital circulation of Sunday newspapers was only 25.8 million, down from 62.6 million in 1990. In fact, Pew Research Center saw sales of several major newspapers—New York Times and Chicago Tribune—decrease by 40 percent from 2019 to 2020. At the same […]

Joe Abidaoud – Weston Foods

Most of us buy staples like bread and milk from supermarkets and groceries, but these stores need to purchase their goods from somewhere, too. Often enough, Weston Foods provides baked goods, from cakes and scones to loaves of bread, and Joe Abidaoud’s team puts the technology in place to make ordering easy. Since joining Weston […]

John Guillot – CRC Global Solutions

His crew spends many an hour coding and even more time just interacting with users at CRC Global Solutions. As CIO John Guillot emphasizes, the human element can’t separate from the technology. Besides, there’s often some idea on the warehouse floor that might help CRC provide supply-chain management and logistics solutions, construction management and product […]

Juan Saldana – Cameron County, Texas

The COVID-19 pandemic has done a lot of things, including exacerbate the digital divide that prevents equal access to modern information and communications technology, like the internet. So says Juan Saldana, a doctoral student and the director of IT and chief technology officer for Cameron County, Texas. “It’s been eye opening listening to people with […]

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