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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 […]

Tim Klan – Livonia Public Schools

And you thought you had a busy summer. Every summer for the last four years, Tim Klan has led the technology component, as Livonia Public Schools has undertaken not one school building renovation project, but five to six buildings for a total of 23 so far. From a tech perspective, that’s meant installing new everything—servers, […]

Tim Lyons – Georgetown Day School

Tim Lyons’ arrival in the technology space was somewhat accidental. Unlike others in his field, he didn’t set out to become an information technology (IT) professional. Coming from a family of inventors and engineers, he was always drawn to gadgets and exploring how things work and come together. He also has a natural passion for […]

Tim Thackaberry – New Mexico Mutual

Info-tech director of New Mexico Mutual since 2003, Tim Thackaberry remembers attending a Guidewire user group convention in 2006, so sparsely attended that all participants were able to meet in the hotel bar. How different Guidewire’s more recent get-togethers have been, packing thousands into large auditoriums complete with keynote speakers touting the capabilities of the […]

Tom DeChiaro – Drexel University

Admittedly, Tom DeChiaro leapt into a favorable situation in early 2016, becoming chief information officer and vice president at Drexel University and its then dotted line College of Medicine relationship, after distinguishing himself in two prior roles in academia and the private sector. Entrusted with the continuous fine-tuning of Drexel’s infotech—a vital component in the […]

Tom Flitter – TASC

It’s up and running at federal offices everywhere and continues to be fine-tuned; a paperless charitable program put in place by a Wisconsin company whose high-tech expertise had long spared many a headache at human resources departments in the private sector. That company is Total Administrative Services Corp., better known as TASC, operating out of […]

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