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Kadion Phillips – Oxford Public Schools

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 […]

Kamil Sindi – JW Player

Years ago, a world didn’t exist that allowed a handful of people to build a billion-dollar business with no profitability. So says Kamil Sindi, the chief technology officer for video platform JW Player. He adds that there was pressure for the company to be profitable as soon as possible or it would mean the end […]

Karel Cuevas – Ventura Entertainment

Taken together, the 14 properties owned and operated by Ventura Entertainment—one of Latin America’s biggest and most popular amusement park and attraction operators—represent a wild technology landscape. Everything from amusement parks and aquariums to extreme sports venues and, by 2020, golf courses as well. Who better to tame it than an IT veteran with a […]

Karl Fischer – Aclaris Therapeutics Inc.

There’s likely not an IT decision maker out there who couldn’t relate to the concept of being “on the bruising edge.” That’s when you’re responsible for, among other things, preventing spear phishing and all manner of cyberattacks, making everything simultaneously more mobile and more secure, predicting the future confidently enough to project five-year spending, and […]

Keith Cronk – Harding University

Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, has been in operation since 1924. With remote campus locations in North Little Rock, and Memphis, Harding is a private Christian liberal arts and sciences institution and home to approximately 6,000 students. Harding is a big believer in the importance of global education and is widely recognized for its international […]

Keith McIntosh – University of Richmond

Within weeks of arriving at the University of Richmond (UR) in August 2016, when the verdant beauty of the campus still felt new and slightly surreal, a barely unpacked Keith McIntosh faced his first major test: what to do with the school’s aging enterprise resource planning platform (ERP). Some faculty, staff and administrators wanted to […]

Kelley Irwin – Electrical Safety Authority

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 […]

Ken Brown – Frontline Education

EBay, Equifax, JPMorgan Chase: all have suffered massive data breaches, resulting in millions of stolen records—and identities. Among such giants, health care and finance companies have become particularly vulnerable, with data and dollars being compromised by evermore sophisticated hackers. For the typical school district technology leaders, such ills might feel a world away. After all, […]

Kenneth J. Thompson — Baltimore City Public Schools

The Baltimore City Public Schools are demonstrating that career readiness begins long before college by giving all students, elementary through and high school, access to the technology tools, courses and certifications that will prepare them for future careers in the digital world, some that don’t even exist yet. With 85,000-plus students enrolled the district is […]

Kevin Baldus – Brown Smith Wallace

Walk into any Best Buy and what do you see? Computers, big-screen TVs, appliances big and small. Cellular phones. Home stereo speakers sometimes taller than the person charged with selling them. What you also see are dollar signs because technology is expensive—especially new technology. When Kevin Baldus was hired as the CIO at Brown Smith […]

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