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Troy Hardeman – Ceannate Corporation

There is always a seat available at Troy Hardeman’s technology table. In his mind, it’s the best place to have people sit down and talk it out, because face-to-face interaction is the fastest way to get even the most complicated projects done. Regulations. Legacy systems. Data migration to the clouds. Hardeman, an IT veteran with […]

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 […]

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 […]

The University of Alabama

When it comes to IT in the higher education setting, it’s just a simple fact: Technology is outpacing the culture. “Changes are occurring almost on a daily basis,” says John McGowan, who serves a tandem role as vice provost and chief information officer for the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and associate vice chancellor for […]

Tucson Unified School District

With new momentum, Tucson Unified School District (USD) has added fiber, a data center, an Enterprise Resource Planning system (ERP) and a Student Information System (SIS), and it’s using these resources to prepare students for the increasingly digital future. How that looks: A district graduate who knows how to use Power BI to find a […]

Tarrant County College

With technology moving at warp speed, it can be tough for institutions of higher education to keep pace so that students are equipped with cutting edge skills when they graduate. It can also be challenging to help students know their career options. Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas, finds a solution to both dilemmas […]

Terri Bettinger – Franklin County, Ohio

After 26 years working with banking giants like JP Morgan and Citigroup, Terri Bettinger had an epiphany. “If I’m going to be a workaholic, then I want to bring my passion and work ethic to benefit my local community,” she says. She’s been CIO of Franklin County, Ohio, for two years now, and has leveraged […]

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 […]

Ted Ross – City of Los Angeles

Los Angeles has two sides: the one seen by outsiders, and the one seen by Angelenos, the people who live there. “When people think of Los Angeles, they think about Hollywood celebrities and great weather, but, as a government, we think about things like traffic,” says Ted Ross, CIO for the city of Los Angeles […]

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 […]

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