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Freeing up innovation cycles: the shifting role of the CIO

Doug Petitt, CIO & VP of IT, Vectren

Freeing up innovation cycles: the shifting role of the CIO

The speed at which technology is advancing is incredible. We are truly heading into an Internet of Things connected world.

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The Transforming Utility Industry

Ken Lee, SVP & CIO, New York Power Authority

The Transforming Utility Industry

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.

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Leveraging Drones to Increase Safety and Productivity

Hugo Vasquez, Deputy CIO, The AES Corporation

Leveraging Drones to Increase Safety and Productivity

Imagine you need to inspect and possibly repair a large and critical electrical wire.

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Enhancing Power Distribution Reliability using Sensors

Scott Self, CIO, Tennessee Valley Authority

Enhancing Power Distribution Reliability using Sensors

The energy sector is facing several challenges, specifically around reduced per capita consumption and the introduction of more distributed/renewable energy generation.

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Modernize Your Business with Cloud ERP

Mark Davison, VP & CIO, Delek US Holdings

Modernize Your Business with Cloud ERP

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and software have routinely been in mainstream use by many organizations seeking to simplify business processes and technical complexity.

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Modernized Grid Technologies

Todd Inlander, SVP and CIO, Southern California Edison

Modernized Grid Technologies

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.

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How to Attract Next Generation IT Talent

John Burke, CIO, Ambit Energy

How to Attract Next Generation IT Talent

The energy sector is facing a new reality in which outdated, legacy technology systems are not able to keep up with current organizational needs.

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Maintenance by the Book

Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG [NYSE:PEG]

Maintenance by the Book

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....

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Mine Data based on Business and Consumer Needs

Stuart Kippelman, SVP & CIO, Covanta Energy Corporation

Mine Data based on Business and Consumer Needs

We are living in a world in which data drives almost every part of our lives.

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Energy Sector Turning Into Hacker's Favorite

Barb Volk, CIO & MD - Information Services, NW Natural

Energy Sector Turning Into Hacker's Favorite

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.

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