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Tarrant County College

With technology moving at warp speed, it can be tough for institutions of higher education to keep pace so that students are equipped with cutting edge skills when they graduate. It can also be challenging to help students know their career options. Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas, finds a solution to both dilemmas […]

Technical Innovation LLC

With so many information technology applications and tools, the market is flooded with choices, leaving many companies wondering what the ideal solution is for their organization. Navigating the chaos and helping companies determine the best user interface to deliver productive workflow is Atlanta-based Technical Innovation LLC. “The goal is to bring a simple and elegant […]

Ted Ross – City of Los Angeles

Los Angeles has two sides: the one seen by outsiders, and the one seen by Angelenos, the people who live there. “When people think of Los Angeles, they think about Hollywood celebrities and great weather, but, as a government, we think about things like traffic,” says Ted Ross, CIO for the city of Los Angeles […]

Teresa Duran – John L. Scott Real Estate

If you’ve tried looking for a house or apartment in the last five years, chances are you wound up on Zillow or Redfin, two of the world’s biggest real-estate websites. Here, with just a few clicks and field-fills, users can scroll through hundreds—even thousands—of listings, each with a profile of the property. Such functionality sure […]

Terri Bettinger – Franklin County, Ohio

After 26 years working with banking giants like JP Morgan and Citigroup, Terri Bettinger had an epiphany. “If I’m going to be a workaholic, then I want to bring my passion and work ethic to benefit my local community,” she says. She’s been CIO of Franklin County, Ohio, for two years now, and has leveraged […]

Terry Kritsepis – Folsom Cordova Unified School District

In Rancho Cordova, California, the information technology (IT) team at the Folsom Cordova Unified School District has adopted an inventive stance for usage, allowing a “bring your own device (BYOD)” program that integrates the use of personal devices for teaching and learning. “In the ‘90s we bought computer towers from Dell, HP and Apple and […]

Terry Rataiczak – Kinetic Networking/Washington State Community College

Don’t be fooled by the name; Washington State Community College is not located in the State of Washington, nor is it in America’s capital city. Instead, the institution of 2,200 students is situated in Marietta, Ohio, which is part of Washington County. The “state” part distinguishes it as a state school. So why not call […]

Thad Lutgens – LPR Construction

To the untrained eye, the twin steel towers reaching high above the tree line just south of I-565 in Huntsville, Alabama, could be just about anything: the skeleton of an office high-rise, perhaps, or a state-of-the-art energy facility. But it’s in the precision of its construction that the nature of this 221-foot-tall behemoth becomes apparent. […]

The University of Alabama

When it comes to IT in the higher education setting, it’s just a simple fact: Technology is outpacing the culture. “Changes are occurring almost on a daily basis,” says John McGowan, who serves a tandem role as vice provost and chief information officer for the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and associate vice chancellor for […]

Thomas Bunton – University of Arkansas at Little Rock

When the 12,000 students who attend the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) returned to school this August, the buildings and classrooms were largely unchanged, save for a few, mostly minor renovations. The window-laden Student Services Center still shimmered in the sun, while across the street people sauntered and splayed around the leafy park—just […]

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