Greg Sarich, CIO, CLEAResult
In today’s day and age, we’re all immersed in a world bursting with technology. The phones in our pockets are essentially mini computers. The cars that we drive can park themselves.
Zhanna Golodryga, Sr. VP, Services & CIO, Hess Corporation
Alberto Ruocco, VP and CIO, American Electric Power
The significant costs of using Big Data–in analytics applications–are in the technical and industry/ business function subject matter expertise.
Ken Lee, SVP & CIO, New York Power Authority
One of the many challenges of a utility CIO is keeping up with the rapidly evolving demands of an IOT world. The utility industry is transforming as a result of flat to declining demand for electricity.
John Kochavatr, Chief Information Officer & Digital Leader, GE Water & Process Technologies
Data and analytics provide a lot of opportunity for businesses these days, offering economically viable ways to generate new algorithms, enable scalability, and remove barriers so businesses can be more nimble and adaptable than ever...
Brian Letzkus, VP & CIO , The Williams Companies (“Williams”)
Balancing your role as a Technology leader with being a Business leader. I have found the biggest issue I face is getting invited to the table to help solve a business problem regardless if there is a technology solution....
Jorge Frausto, CIO-Global ERP, GE Power
Cloud computing is the future of ERP. Not only can it cut the cost of running the infrastructure significantly, it can also help drive the standardization agenda, which is so critical in making an ERP roll out successful.
Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG [NYSE:PEG]
Not long ago, car owners followed the owner’s manual to ensure proper maintenance: Oil change every 3,000 miles, tune-up every 25,000 miles, tire pressure every other fill-up—everything by the book.
Gary Hayes, CIO & VP IT, CenterPoint Energy
The big challenge is the accelerating pace of technology which is driving the convergence of consumer technology, information technology, operational technology and business technology.
Joseph Santamaria, VP–IT & CIO, PSEG Services Corporation
Our focus in 2014 will continue to be advancing our business goals in Electric/Gas Delivery and Power Generation. Technology is becoming commoditized at faster.