Zeeshan Sheikh, CIO, Entergy
With the utility arena increasingly relying on technology, the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) is as critical as ever.
Todd Inlander, SVP and CIO, Southern California Edison
You have been executing the role and responsibility of a CIO in various organizations since the start of the millennium, when the gravitas of a CIO role in the organization actually began growing.
Dave Webb, CIO, Nebraska Public Power District
When someone asks you to share wisdom, rest assured you’re probably not young anymore. I’ve learned to be OK with that. I have enjoyed a long and satisfying career in various leadership roles in Engineering and IT.
Zhanna Golodryga, SVP, Services & CIO, Hess Corporation
In the current low oil price environment, our Hess strategy is focused on preserving our balance sheet strength.
Barb Volk, CIO & MD - Information Services, NW Natural
The areas in the Utility sector where solutions do not yet exist or not up to the mark, and which if existed, would've made job easier.
Bill Miller, CIO, EMS USA, Inc.
Looking back at Moore’s law, which stated that processor speeds would double every 18-24 months, one can easily observe how quickly technology is advancing.
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....
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.
Elizabeth Hackenson, CIO & SVP of Global Business Services, The AES Corporation
The energy sector is poised for significant change as renewable (e.g. wind and solar) and energy storage (e.g. batteries) become more prevalent.
Jim Kensok, VP, CIO & CSO, Avista Corp.
While digital business disruption in the utility industry is moving forward at increasing speed, the core beliefs wired into our brains (no pun intended) often are not.