Zeeshan Sheikh, CIO, Entergy Corporation
Digital technologies are bringing dramatic changes to the utility business. Everything from customer expectations to how we operate the grid to how we communicate with employees is being transformed.
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.
Karl Popham, Interim CIO, Manager of Emerging Technologies & Electric Vehicles, Austin Energy
Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) adoption has been growing at a rapid pace in the U.S. from a few thousand in 2011 to over 400,000 PEVs on U.S. roads today and 1 million globally.
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....
Shannon Werb, CIO, Virtual Radiologic
It is dangerous to think that radiologistswill be replaced. So, we view it as critical that vRad lead the deep learning initiative and bring the appropriate leadershipto market and help drive appropriate change.
Jeffrey Cohen, CIO, The MENTOR Network
Two years into our implementation, the cloud has indeed been easier to implement, allows us to deliver new capabilities faster, and is exceeding our security and HIPAA requirements
Walter Curd, CIO & VP, Maxim Integrated Products
The biggest challenge we face is that there are very few chip manufacturing facilities being built now so there is virtually no market for packaged software to run these.
Benjamin Beberness, CIO, Snohomish PUD
Cyber security and integration of information technology and operational technology (IT/OT) are two challenges for the utility industry.
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.
Cynthia Johnson, VP & CIO, California Resources Corporation (NYSE : CRC)
Everyone’s talking about the technological trends these days. The latest outreach from a major computer systems vendor tells me that storage, content management, and Big Data are trending.