Dr. William H. Morris, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic and Beth Meese, Executive Director, Cleveland Clinic
Founded in 2011, Cleveland Clinic’s Clinical Solutions Center (CSC), comprised of clinicians, software developers and analysts, works closely with clinical caregivers to develop state-of-the-art technology.
Aaron Gette, CIO, The Bay Club Company
With the Internet of Things (IoT) becoming more a part of our everyday lives, almost everything is connected and intelligent.
Yanni Charalambous, VP & CIO, Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Whether the reputation is fair or not, the oil and gas industry is often considered a “laggard” in adopting the latest technologies. Considering the current energy commodity price environment
Jamie Adams, CIO, Mspark
As Rockefeller’s main source of wealth was oil, the 21st century magnates are focused on a completely different type of resource—data
Mano Mannoochahr, CIO, GE Energy Connections [NYSE: GE]
The role of a Chief Information Officer (CIO) starts with positioning oneself as a transformational and digital change leader within the business.
Doug Petitt, CIO & VP of IT, Vectren
The speed at which technology is advancing is incredible. We are truly heading into an Internet of Things connected world.
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.
Hugo Vasquez, Deputy CIO, The AES Corporation
Imagine you need to inspect and possibly repair a large and critical electrical wire.
Mark Davison, VP & CIO, Delek US Holdings
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and software have routinely been in mainstream use by many organizations seeking to simplify business processes and technical complexity.