Features Region: West

Troy Hiltbrand – Kyäni

To many, a website is a matter of convenience, and in the realm of e-commerce, ease of ordering. But to Troy Hiltbrand it’s a crystal ball—a view into the consumer’s future—and even your own good health. Not that convenience isn’t being improved through the new e-commerce platform being rolled out by Kyäni, which sells health […]

Troy Di Lello – Forefront TeleCare Inc.

For an 80-year-old living in a nursing home in rural Oklahoma, connecting to a psychiatric specialist might be a challenge. For starters, your doctor might work in a far-away city and travel is difficult for you. But with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) mandating care for residents of these far-flung homes, and […]

Thad Lutgens – LPR Construction

To the untrained eye, the twin steel towers reaching high above the tree line just south of I-565 in Huntsville, Alabama, could be just about anything: the skeleton of an office high-rise, perhaps, or a state-of-the-art energy facility. But it’s in the precision of its construction that the nature of this 221-foot-tall behemoth becomes apparent. […]

Teresa Duran – John L. Scott Real Estate

If you’ve tried looking for a house or apartment in the last five years, chances are you wound up on Zillow or Redfin, two of the world’s biggest real-estate websites. Here, with just a few clicks and field-fills, users can scroll through hundreds—even thousands—of listings, each with a profile of the property. Such functionality sure […]

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 […]

Terry Kritsepis – Folsom Cordova Unified School District

In Rancho Cordova, California, the information technology (IT) team at the Folsom Cordova Unified School District has adopted an inventive stance for usage, allowing a “bring your own device (BYOD)” program that integrates the use of personal devices for teaching and learning. “In the ‘90s we bought computer towers from Dell, HP and Apple and […]

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