Hob Hairston, SVP of Business Technology, Mansfield Oil Company
As a technology professional for the last two decades within the energy sector, I have seen many industry changes related to the use of technology.
Nancy Bui-Thompson, VP, SMUD Board of Directors, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
The electric industry is rapidly changing. Across the country key stakeholders and regulators are grappling with what the future holds: how and when transformation will occur.
Soonwook Hong, Engineering Fellow, Yaskawa-Solecectria Solar
When I joined the solar industry in 2010, the solar photovoltaic (PV) generation installed capacity was just 4 percent of the total generation installed that year.
Carl Herberger, VP of security solutions, Radware
If the number of new vulnerabilities in IoT devices were represented by raindrops, today there would be flood warnings across the nation.
Renee Castillo, Senior Director of Customer Strategy, Salt River Project
Every year SRP’s Customer Services team fields millions of calls in our award-winning call center. We wanted to make a big leap by replacing our old interactive voice response system.
Allen Proithis, President, North America, Sigfox
In the Internet of Things (IoT), there are devices that scream data and devices that whisper data.
Andy Marsh, CEO, Plug Power
At the rate the Internet of Things space is progressing, it’s not going to be long until our daily lives consist of a series of interlocking IoT-enabled services.
Jim Houghton, CTO of the Americas Region for CSC
Is what’s old new again in Enterprise Networking? Jim Houghton, CTO of the Americas Region for CSC, takes the long view in this look at the technology.
Jeff Katz, CTO, Energy & Utilities, IBM [NYSE:IBM]
Some utility CIOs were early adopters when it came to cloud technology.