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Darrell Riekena – Republic National Distributing Company

Finding ways to operate as a wholesale distributor during a pandemic is something Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC) happens to be experienced with, having cut its teeth during the days of Prohibition. Times have changed, and so too have the processes of delivering alcohol nationwide for one of the country’s largest distributors of wine and […]

David Almond – Alberta Innovates

He’ll be among the many participants at this June’s Inventures Unbound, an annual gathering of creative minds that will be conducted virtually instead of at a convention center in Calgary. But that’s OK with David Almond, the new executive director of IT at Alberta Innovates, a Canadian Crown corporation that’s publicly funded but largely free […]

Dale Mugler – Ocius Technologies USA

How many academic researchers does it take to transform high-speed computing? If you’re expecting a snappy punchline instead of the word “analog,” look for another joke. If you’re looking for a story about how the supposedly antiquated technology could power the U.S. in the coming decades, read on about Dale Mugler and his work at […]

Diego Maspero – Edesa

It’s not just about how much technical expertise you have, says Diego Maspero: It’s your ability to communicate your expectations, needs and goals around technology. These abilities are just as imperative as the infrastructure, hardware and software, says the CIO of Edesa, whose day revolves around budgeting, identifying imperative tech projects, and mapping out those […]

Donald Schlising – Landmark Services Cooperative

Imagine you’re a farmer in the Midwest with a significant corn-growing operation. It’s early in the calendar year, time to prep for the upcoming growing season. So, what do you do? Hint: it’s not fire up the tractor. If you’re a member of Landmark Services Cooperative, a likely first step is to log into your […]

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 […]

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 […]

Dr. Candace Holder – Surry Community College

Getting a college degree once required students to sit in a classroom, but the leadership of Surry Community College in Dobson, North Carolina, believes there’s a better, more modern approach. “Enrollment has flipped, and today more students have full- or part-time jobs,” says Vice President of Technology Services and Director of Distance Education Dr. Candace […]

Darnell Smith – Raleigh, N.C.

As a young man, D. Darnell Smith recognized the growing importance of info-tech, deciding to major in computer science rather than accounting at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and finding opportunities aplenty to ply that skill post-graduation. After long stretches of distinguished performance with E.I. DuPont and Elster Group, Smith opted for the […]

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 […]

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