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Roger Valade – ProQuest

Let’s say you’re a researcher looking to write a thesis about the critical response to Vladimir Nabokov’s “Lolita,” involving the themes and esoteric references throughout the controversial novel, as well as the Russian writer’s own discussions, interpretations and explanations of his work. It wasn’t so long ago—say, a decade or two, depending on your willingness […]

Rolland Kornblau – El Rancho Unified School District

Most adults were educated from grade school through college in traditional classrooms, which almost always included rows of desks and a large blackboard stretching across one wall. Although this is the way lessons and lectures have been given for two centuries, give or take, many recent studies suggest it is the wrong approach. According to […]

Ron Dinwiddie – Texas Trust Credit Union

It wasn’t Armageddon, or even Y2K. But that didn’t stop Ron Dinwiddie from breathing a sigh of relief as the clock struck midnight and all systems were a go. Calls and texts from colleagues in the field confirmed what the screens in front of him seemed to show: that the months of late nights and […]

Roosevelt Butler – Jefferson County, Alabama

Years before Roosevelt Butler became interim chief information officer for Jefferson County, Alabama, the county filed one of the largest municipal bankruptcies in U.S. history. As a result of that $4.23 billion black hole—exacerbated by a repealed occupational tax that brought in $70 million annually—the county slashed its IT department and laid off half of […]

Rose Powell – Bibb County School District

It’s early June, and in hundreds of high-school classrooms throughout Georgia’s Bibb County School District (BCSD), students are rapidly tapping and scrolling on their laptops. An air of focus fills the room, so quiet you can practically hear the hands of the clock. To an observer, the attendant task seems like a standard class assignment—a […]

Rubén Arturo García Gómez – Lockton Companies Mexico

It’s a delicate balance. Insurance brokers have to assess their use of IT tools—which can very often feel impersonal—with the “high touch, professional, kindly and accurate” service that customers expect. And all this while ensuring that they’re recommending the best and most relevant products. Rubén Arturo García Gómez and his team are focused on helping […]

Rudy Tan – TripMasters

“If it’s Tuesday, this must be Belgium.” So went the title of a 1968 romantic comedy about a chaotic package tour that, if taken seriously by viewers, could have been the bane of international travel agencies. But that was just a movie from a half-century ago, and there’s a much easier way of touring the […]

Ryan Pikus – Roadrunner Transportation Systems

Imagine you’re the newly minted manager of a Midwest auto plant. You just put in your first big order—a six-figure mishmash of machines and tools for the assembly line—and you need to know where the shipment is. It’s three in the morning, and the worry has got you tossing and turning. So, you log into […]

Saint Leo University

At Saint Leo University, technology is the great unifier. Founded in 1889, Saint Leo University is the oldest Catholic university in Florida, and, with more than 14,000 students, one of the largest in the United States. Although the physical campus is located just north of Tampa, the university has more than 40 education centers across […]

Sal Guido – NYC Health + Hospitals

In the world of health care, “consolidation” tends to be shed in an unflattering light, bringing to mind the closing of facilities, the loss of jobs and the disappearance of a personal touch as intuitions grow ever larger. For the IT team at NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H), however, consolidation hasn’t just been a positive […]

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