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Nitin Vengurlekar – Oracle Public Sector

When we talk about data, there’s a tendency to view it as an end in itself—the great equalizer the world has been waiting for. In reality, data is merely an asset. It’s how we use it—the technologies we tackle, the efficiencies we seek to gain, the solutions we choose to pursue—that tells the real story. […]

Naike Hechem – The C-Class

The world only to grow more digital, there should be opportunity aplenty for young people with infotech expertise. But in so many countries there’s a marked gender imbalance when it comes to the makeup of IT teams. Thus it would seem prudent, both from a socially progressive and business standpoint, to enable more young women […]

Nestor Rodríguez – Provident Mexico

Despite its status as the country’s largest provider of personal loans, Provident Mexico had, by 2017, fallen a bit behind the technology curve. Things like contracts and marketing materials remained largely paper based. If the IT department wanted to build a new on-premises server, the process could take anywhere between six and eight weeks—and sometimes […]

North East ISD

It’s not uncommon for students at North East Independent School District (ISD) to take a virtual field trip to NASA or use video conferencing to read a book with students in another part of Texas. Some study weather online with peers in Michigan or head to the library to experience makerspace activities, such as basic […]

Neal Weaver – Santa Fe Public Schools

At the end of the day, a laptop isn’t that different from a textbook. Without proper instruction, it’s almost useless. That understanding is essential to how Neal Weaver, digital learning coordinator for Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS), does his job. To help teachers integrate technology into their classrooms, SFPS has created the Digital Learning Plan—a […]

Neeraj Kumar – Roosevelt University

As chief information officer (CIO) at Chicago’s Roosevelt University, it’s Neeraj Kumar’s emphasis on analytics and collaborative decision making that truly set the technology professional apart in his field. A mechanical engineer by training, Kumar first came to the United States in the early 1990s to pursue an MBA from Western Illinois University. Kumar then […]

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