Features

David Rettig – Nucor Corp

Having a longtime rapport with a headhunter whom he had relied upon for info-tech talent, David Rettig fielded a call from him in 2016, only to find that it was his own expertise being recruited. Then, the IT director of The Institute for Study Abroad at Butler University in Indianapolis, Rettig was seen as a […]

David Spann – McKinney Independent School District

As the current chief information officer at McKinney Independent School District (ISD), David Spann has spent 33 years in public education. Starting out as a classroom teacher, he eventually transitioned into an assistant principal role where he became involved with and in charge of the technology at the high school where he was working. After […]

David Swartz — American University

In the heart of the nation’s capital, American University (AU) has been in operation for more than 123 years. Today, AU has more than 14,000 students and is continuously recognized for its balance of class time and career-advancing experience in Washington, D.C., with more than 89 percent of students participating in outside internships in a […]

Debbie Acosta and Tony Batalla – City of San Leandro, California

The start of San Leandro, California’s, technology revolution can be pin-pointed almost to the day. In 2011, Dr. Patrick Kennedy, the founder and CEO of OSIsoft, the city’s largest tech company, which specializes in installing its trademarked “PI system” for private companies and public organizations, approached City Hall with an idea to install fiber optics […]

Dell to the very core

Turns out, there are perks to being the site of Dell Technologies’ international headquarters. In 1994, Dell relocated its home base from Austin, Texas, to Round Rock, Texas, a smaller city about 20 miles north. Round Rock offered something Austin had run out of: space large enough for a Dell campus; and many of the […]

Dena M. Ghilani – SESCO Enterprises

Comfort zones are for slackers. That seems to be the mindset of Dena M. Ghilani, the chief information and technology officer at SESCO Enterprises, a trading and risk-management firm in the Pittsburgh suburb of Greensburg. If Ghilani is comfortable there now—and she seems to be relishing her role which began in October—it’s largely because she’s […]

Dennis Frye – Alamance-Burlington School System

In most school districts, in order for any new technology plan to achieve true success, the student experience—what they learn in the classroom and how they’re taught to engage with the world beyond—must be paramount. At its core, the initiative being undertaken at North Carolina’s Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS) is really no different. The approach, […]

Dennis Haynie – Andrews Independent School District

Imagine you’re an archaeologist extracting an artifact that’s been hidden in dirt for millennia. Gently, you brush away the dust. Laboriously, you use precision tools to pry it free, bit by bit. Tenderly you lift it, inspecting it from all angles. But you’re not in the sweltering, dust-choked standard of an archaeological dig site—you’re in […]

DentalPlans.com

In the height of the dot-com boom, an e-commerce entrepreneur and the son of a dentist joined forces to create DentalPlans.com. They asked: how can we harness the power of the internet to help people access dental care more efficiently, and, ultimately save them money? Almost 20 years later, DentalPlans.com is the largest online marketplace […]

Department of Finance – City of Chicago

Editor’s note: A year ago or so, Toggle did a story on the Windy City, which also turned out to be one of the most connected cities; so sophisticated it can check the temperature between neighborhoods and use that data to tell which areas should be snowplowed first. Below is an update from Chicago on […]

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