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Garth Nel—Dover Food Retail

“Don’t follow the sheep,” Garth Nel advises when asked what he’d tell young people pursuing a technical career. “Make sure you’re visible, drive change and engage with the business.” With info-tech being such an essential and evolving industry, Nel warns it’s no place for its practitioners to stand still. Nel sure hasn’t stayed stationary, beginning […]

Gary Eppinger – Carnival Corporation

Imagine picking up Las Vegas and moving it to London, all while keeping the Vegas nightlife, retail and hospitality running smoothly. That’s essentially what cruise ships do every day. Now imagine keeping all of the information that flows through Vegas—personal records, credit card info, health records—safe in that metaphorical transit. Cruise ships do that, too. […]

Gary Gooden – Seattle Children’s

Newly hired as CISO of Seattle Children’s in March 2019, Gary Gooden was asked to give the hospital board a 90-day assessment. Members had to be concerned with his observations. There were shortcomings on the technology front, he reported, and serious catching up to do. He also told them that infotech security should be viewed […]

Gary Jeter – Firefly Federal Credit Union

It may not be a deal Gary Jeter was born to make, but it’s one he’s equipped to steer after his years of military and civilian training and education. The merger between Firefly Credit Union and TruStone Financial Credit Union was not a done deal when Jeter, Firefly’s senior vice president and chief technology officer, […]

Gary Upton – Sage Automotive Interiors

In a plant in Marietta, South Carolina, miles of fabric methodically turn around large spools in the world of automotive fabric manufacturing. In years past a person would be tasked with spotting minute defects of thread, lint or color. Requiring patience, dedication and deep concentration, it was a time-consuming job to make sure the quality […]

Getting info-tech in tune

Music City USA knows all about singer-songwriter Keith Urban, but when it comes to bringing technology solutions to the greater Nashville area to address the needs of residents and visitors, there is a man named Keith Durbin who is worth hearing. Largely because he, too, is a listener. Chief information officer and director of IT […]

Gil Anspacher – Corvallis School District

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 […]

Gleaner Life Insurance Society

Football and baseball may be the first and second great American pastimes; the third may be coming up with sports analogies for them. Enter Arell Chapman to explain how this relates to the world of information technology. “I’m not on the field playing often,” quips the vice president of information technology at Gleaner Life Insurance […]

Gonzalo Funes – Casaideas

It’s an international operation that in some ways has seemed to be going against the tide of modern retail. For Casaideas, one of South America’s dominant chains for household and design merchandise, has yet to fully embrace online shopping. It does sell digital gift cards online, but for the most part depends on customers visiting […]

Gord Helm – Fourth State Energy

“Garbage” is a catch-all term. But take a look at your own trash, or the mountainous landfills that have piled up over time and you’ll see that trash is not homogenous, and its contents are in no way created equal. Garbage changes weekly, seasonally and geographically, and it is composed of vastly different products and […]

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