Gail Hyde, VP-IT & CIO, Habitat for Humanity International
At Habitat for Humanity International, technology plays a large role in our efforts to help people build strength, stability and independence through shelter and transform communities around the world.
Christian Anschuetz, CIO & Security Practitioner, UL
From the infamous Sony hack and other high-profile data breaches to Heartbleed, Shellshock and the new wave of mass mobile threats, 2014 was an historic (if woeful) year for cybersecurity.
Dr. Jonathan Reichental, CIO, City Of Palo Alto
I used to look at drones from a distance. Not anymore.
Greg Sarich, CIO, CPS Energy
Technology is driving a new power shift from the business enterprise to the customer-even in monopoly environments like CPS Energy. ‘Customer obsession’ is the new normal.
Dennis Lauer, CIO, Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Data Used to identify and reduce duplications in service; lower costs; decrease readmission and avoid adverse events.
Onyeka Nchege, CIO, Interstate Batteries
Sydney Allen, Sr. Manager-eBusiness, Interstate Batteries
Now in their 3rd iteration with SharePoint (v3, v7, v10 and soon v13), it’s safe to say that for their intranet/extranet, Microsoft SharePoint is the enterprise “platform of choice.”
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.
Jon Walton, CIO, County of San Mateo
Housing, traffic, mobility, and environmental issues don’t stop at city borders.
Stuart Kippelman, SVP & CIO, Covanta Energy Corporation
We are living in a world in which data drives almost every part of our lives.
Doug Myers, VP & CIO, Pepco Holdings, Inc.
Not that long ago, “mobile technology” at an electric utility meant little more than the ability to dispatch work to field crews – a server in a data center communicating to a rugged terminal in a bucket truck.