John Burke, CIO, Ambit Energy
The energy sector is facing a new reality in which outdated, legacy technology systems are not able to keep up with current organizational needs.
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....
Stuart Kippelman, SVP & CIO, Covanta Energy Corporation
We are living in a world in which data drives almost every part of our lives.
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.
Nick Perugini, CIO, Current, Powered by GE [NYSE: GE]
A CIO involved in energy decisions? It is certainly not something my younger IT self would have imagined being in a CIO job description, but it is the place I find myself most days.
Steven B. Ambrose, VP & CIO, DTE Energy
In addition to excellent customer service, DTE Energy sought to create a truly distinctive experience for our customers – to provide them with innovative and engaging access to real-time data about their home energy usage....
Preston Williams III, Senior Partner and CIO, GBC Global Services
Irecently watched the CSPAN coverage of cloud computing in political campaigns held at the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.
Joseph Santamaria, VP–IT & CIO, PSEG Services Corporation
Our focus in 2014 will continue to be advancing our business goals in Electric/Gas Delivery and Power Generation. Technology is becoming commoditized at faster.
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.