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Tom Fogu — Bayonne Board of Education

Technology has transformed the classroom in innumerable ways in recent years. Attendance, assessments and even classroom learning increasingly take place in the digital sphere, making technology professionals a vital part of any educational organization. In New Jersey, Director Tom Fogu, Assistant Director Dr. Karee McAndrew and Assistant Supervisor Melissa Sisk are working tirelessly to ensure […]

Tom Kureczka – City of Winston-Salem

Changing the way an entire city uses the internet requires many groups finding common ground. There are private vendors hoping to generate profits, research universities hoping to attract cutting edge scholars and nonprofit organizations looking to bring low-cost internet access to all residents. It’s the job of a city CIO to bring these different factions […]

Tom McElligott – Sharp Electronics Corporation

There’s something major in the high-tech mix that’s soon to be unveiled by Sharp Electronics Corp., but Associate Vice President and CIO Tom McElligott wasn’t about to let the details slip during a chat with Toggle in early August. Still, while listening to the Irish-born McElligott expand on what a dynamic industry info-tech is, one […]

Tom Morgan – NHS Human Services Inc.

For as long as most people can remember, the routine at the doctor’s office has been the same: show up, wait in the waiting room, get taken to an exam room, have a nurse record vitals, wait some more, and then, finally, the doctor comes in. It may be effective, but it includes a lot […]

Tom Pagano – Johnson County Community College

You’d have to strap on a Fitbit to know exactly the number of steps it takes to traverse the grassy green campus of Johnson County Community College (JCCC). But what about knowing the steps for getting a degree at the Kansas institution, where your studies are measured, traditionally, in course credits? For that, you might […]

Tom Sieg – HM Health Solutions

Working the grueling graveyard shift, 1 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Thursday, unpacking computers and assembling grocery store registers. It wasn’t the job Tom Sieg envisioned after earning his college degree in management information systems. But this was the midst of the recession after 9/11 and the dot-com bubble burst, and he had applied […]

Tom Tanase – Bowlero Corporation

Thirty years ago, the most obvious sign that your local bowling alley had arrived on the cutting edge was whether those old-fashioned score cards—hand written on plastic sheets and projected onto a blurry screen—had finally been replaced by a keyboard. Today, America’s 10-pin pastime is in the midst of a full-on makeover, powered by high-tech […]

Travis Seekins – Hardin-Simmons University

It all began with a seemingly simple idea. An alumnus of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, thought the school’s Division III football team, the Cowboys—winners of more titles than any other American Southwest Conference member—needed a scoreboard capable of supporting video. The idea quickly earned the backing of additional donors, and Hardin-Simmons’ leaders pulled the […]

Trey Smith—MIC Global Services

One company supplies jet fuel to 70 bases and terminals throughout the United States. Another is responsible for warehousing industrial fluid in million-gallon tanks for dozens of seaside facilities. There’s a Hawaiian natural gas company and a cutting-edge wind and solar energy company. Together, these businesses are serviced by one company: MIC Global Services. All […]

Troy Boroughs – University of Richmond

Nestled in one of the country’s oldest cities, the University of Richmond is blazing a path to the future as a leader in campus technology. Founded in 1830, the University of Richmond was recently named one of the top 10 most wired universities in the country by the college ranking service Unigo, with more than […]

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