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Ed Toner – Nebraska

Long known for football, corn and mouth-watering steaks, Nebraska’s growing technology sector is quickly turning the state into the country’s next Silicon Valley. “One of the misconceptions is that Omaha and Lincoln aren’t IT meccas,” says Ed Toner, CIO for the state of Nebraska. “I remember I even told everyone in the late ’90s to […]

Edward Chuang – Logix Federal Credit Union

It’s as if the universe planted a big yellow “JUMP!” sign right in front of you, the prospective homeowner: a hip two-bedroom bungalow a three-minute walk from town. You can just feel the applications pouring in. By 2019, if you happen to have Logix Federal Credit Union’s mobile app, a quick photo could bring you […]

Edwards Technologies Inc.

Over the past 30 years, Edwards Technologies Inc. (ETI) has become a leading technologies firm specializing in the design-build process of cutting-edge audio and visual interactive systems as well as tech solutions for the leisure entertainment industry. Headquartered in El Segundo, California, ETI has offices in Shanghai and Germany and does business all over the […]

Elias Oxendine – Brown-Forman

During his 11 years as an intelligence officer in the United States Navy, Elias Oxendine was made to understand the enemy—not only the what and who, but the how and why. Intelligence Preparation for the Battlefield, they called it. Stated simply, it means knowing all the ways in which a potential “actor” can disrupt the […]

Elvis Cernjul – Perfectly Posh

He may be chief information officer, but Elvis Cernjul knows the real reason the Perfectly Posh personal-care products company brought him aboard in 2016. “It’s all about customer service,” the personable and to-the-point Cernjul tells Toggle in August from the company’s base in Salt Lake City, Utah. “It’s the differentiator in today’s market world. You’ve […]

Emily Nichols – Colquitt County School District

The Colquitt County school district of southern Georgia used to be like most other school districts in the U.S. The county technology department would react to state mandates by installing technology equipment.  Likewise, the county curriculum department would react to these requirements with new software. Mostly, these changes would be implemented without much input from […]

Eric Brosius – HRHCare

In the early 1970s, four mothers in Peekskill, New York, grew tired of taking an hour-long bus ride to reach the nearest county hospital. Faced with no alternatives, they decided to build one, and with help from community members and grant funds, they opened the Peekskill Area Ambulatory Health Center in 1975. Now called Hudson […]

Eric Jimenez – Artesia General Hospital

For years, whenever a patient was referred by Artesia General Hospital (AGH) to one of its 16 outpatient clinics, hospital staff would have to print the patient’s information from an electronic medical record system (EMR) and deliver it, by car and foot, to the next clinician. After the checkup, new data would be added to […]

Eric Romero – Baton Rouge Department of Information Services

By early Friday, August 12, 2016, rain had started to hammer Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Before emergency services were even activated, Eric Romero, director of the city’s Department of Information Services, knew he was in for a very long week. “Because we’ve been through so many emergencies, I knew I needed to pack a change of […]

Erich Matola – Colorado State University – Pueblo

The future of higher education closely follows the appropriate and efficient application of technology. In a world more connected than ever, universities are taxed with offering students systems and networks that support academic success. An ongoing struggle is finding the money to keep pace with changes in technology. At Colorado State University (CSU) – Pueblo […]

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