Features Information Technologies

Bernard Piccione – Ingenuity Advisory Partners Inc.

Imagine this: Roughly 1,000 nurses converging for a multi-day training event. To make it happen, there are the logistics of flights and other transportation, as well as hotel rooms, meals, arranging speakers, programming and workshops. For the employer, it’s a whole lot of money and effort. For the worker, it takes a physical toll, not […]

Bruno Miyamotto – Solera Latam

Bruno Miyamotto doesn’t have to stretch his memory too far to remember when the role of a chief technology officer was 20 percent software-related and 80 percent the human element. So rapidly are these percentages shifting that he and his colleagues anticipate a complete reversal. Likely within the next few years, the multilingual Miyamotto tells […]

Brian Anderson – Modern Market

Brian Anderson has spent a whole lot of time in kitchens, and one recent afternoon was no different. Except, on this particular day, the one he was sitting in was a rough-hewn mock-up made of plywood, blue painter’s tape and hand-written signs designating where items such as “future braise #1” and “soup #3” would go. […]

Brett Luna – Healthesystems

Pain: it’s a part of every injury. But when the injury is workplace-related, the discomfort often goes beyond physical distress. Imagine, for a second, that you fall at work and injure your back. Your treatment will likely be covered by workers’ compensation insurance, but the journey toward healing—and navigating the confusing road of workers’ compensation—is […]

Break it down, build it up, repeat

More than half of all businesses experienced a data breach at some point in the last year, according to a study released in 2017 by Ponemon Institute, an independent research firm. Even so, many companies aren’t insured against this common risk that can cost them anywhere from tens of thousands to millions of dollars, even […]

BrightStar Care

Just as the numbers are staggering, so are the margins for error. Roughly 12 million people receive homecare in America. To deliver that service, homecare workers drive an estimated 5 billion miles to and from their patients. Those workers must keep track of myriad medications and constantly changing health conditions—even a simple oversight or miscommunication […]

Birmingham, Alabama

When a city’s technology remains stagnant for years, it takes great force to get things moving again and to build the momentum required to keep up in an ever-changing tech landscape. There are few better examples of this than Birmingham, Alabama. In 2014, Mayor William A. Bell realized the city was, technologically speaking, stuck. So, […]

Being SMART about hi-tech

In Westchester County, New York, SMART EDISON isn’t just an ode to the inventor of the light bulb. It makes up connected acronyms that John McCaffrey plugs into while overseeing info-tech in the sprawling county that has New York City at its southern border. That’s SMART as in specific, measurable, accountable, relevant, timely—the five tangibles […]

Bryson Koehler – The Weather Company

More than 200 million people have downloaded The Weather Company’s apps, which include the most downloaded weather app in the world. Hundreds of millions of people use The Weather Company’s API (application programming interface) daily, and thousands of businesses—from airlines to energy trading companies—leverage The Weather Company’s products. Those weather products and technologies require 400 […]

Bruce High – Harris County, Texas

Harris County has a lot of people to protect. With 4.3 million residents, it’s the most populous county in Texas and the third most populous county in the U.S. The county seat, Houston, Texas, is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest city in the U.S. While Bruce High, the county’s chief information officer, […]

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