Features Region: Northeast

A.J. Brulhardt – Services for the UnderServed

Est. reading time: 4 mins

He’s like a technological first responder to the crisis of homelessness in New York City. “If you tell me the location and give me an address, I’ll come in tomorrow and deliver a fully functional office before the internet provider begins service,” A.J. Brulhardt says. “We keep a healthy stock of equipment and, if someone’s […]

Joseph Patuto – Middlesex Community College

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Credit him for foresight. It was around a quarter-century ago when Joseph R. Patuto began assembling infrastructure for off-campus learning at Middlesex Community College. The need for it was widely doubted and the faculty were often unreceptive to the ideas of this former systems engineer from Digital Equipment Corp. “To a lot of people there […]

Douglas Moore – Temple University Health System Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

While many people working in healthcare have proven resilient, especially since the start of COVID-19, Douglas Moore wants to ensure healthcare structures are equally strong. At Temple University Health System Inc., where he’s the chief technology officer, Moore is making the IT foundation more stable, so it can support the organization’s growth. This effort, which […]

Mike Towers – Takeda

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When Mike Towers was first asked to work in information security while with a biopharma company in 2008, he had no idea why. He’d been with the company for more than a decade occupying roles in technology and management. He was experienced with directing strategies for the company but didn’t have military or law enforcement […]

Ken Murray – Digital Guardian

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Data is often the lifeblood of a company, meaning it needs to be protected—sometimes even from employees. For instance, lumber company employees working in forests don’t need access to the cost of equipment repairs and customer invoices, though this data is imperative for leadership and accounting. Meanwhile, data-rich organizations like investments banks rely on data […]

Aaron Fields – St. Ann’s Community

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Aaron Fields became chief information officer at St. Ann’s Community, he was excited to be part of an organization founded nearly a century and a half ago. His goal was to keep tradition alive at the New York-based senior housing and health services provider—but interweave it with modern technology. He saw that the care […]

Pete Mauro – DTCUBED

Est. reading time: 5 mins

He’s in an advantageous position, albeit one where the rewards might be on hold for just a little while longer. In 2019 Pete Mauro sold his technology consultancy to private equity, which in turn sold last December to a public company. As part of the original deal, Mauro had a non-compete clause which ends in […]

Jason O’Connell – Sensata Technologies

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Moving to Nevada a few years ago wasn’t his first choice, but now that Jason O’Connell is back in his native Massachusetts, he appreciates the time he logged as chief information security officer at Affinity Gaming in Las Vegas even more. It made for a relatively seamless transition to his role since last fall as […]

Brian Kozlowicz – Juice Press

Est. reading time: 5 mins

While it’s mostly about the product, the customer experience is important. A smoothie, protein bowl or salad is to be savored, not gulped, at Juice Press. It may taste even better with an agreeable soundtrack.  That’s just one of many amenities Brian Kozlowicz has refined as he nears his second anniversary as JP’s infotech director.   […]

Faris H. Faris

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Hydraulics straining, the forklift plods a steady course through the warehouse, carrying new inventory to be stored on racks or removing inventory for shipping.  It’s a process seemingly as old as warehouses, but there’s a modern twist. Instead of operating on paper and memory, warehouse operators are relying on technology to help find the correct […]

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