Dr. Mani Vadari, President, Modern Grid Solutions
The utility industry had been in a slow evolutionary mode since the middle of the 20th century.
Prashant Kumar, Founder & CEO, TechBlocks
IoT is certainly a hot topic. We’ve already explored best practices for IoT implementation and its effects on logistics and the retail space.
Michael Turwitt, CEO & President, 2G Cenergy Power Systems Technologies
The U.S. is entering a new age of power generation. The need to reduce our carbon footprint and overall impact on the environment has forced government and environmental agencies to “raise the bar”.
Donna Fluss, President, DMG Consulting LLC
The past 12 months have been outstanding for the cloud-based contact center infrastructure market the best year in the history of this sector. Competition is fierce and new vendors continue to emerge.
Eric Pope, VP Operations, US Synthetic
How does a leader align and motivate people within an organization to move in the same direction? This is the age-old question that every organization struggles.
Jay Stauffer, Director, IT, The Brock Group
Filing Cabinets are becoming an item of the past as the use of Document Management Systems (DMS) is on the rise in businesses of all sizes.
Don Reeves, EVP of Engineering and Managed Services, Silver Spring Networks
Today, we are in the midst of an evolving energy environment. For at least 15 years, utilities have been deploying communications technology to help overcome some of their most pressing issues.
Phil Lambert, Director of Information Security, Granite Services
If you think of Information Technology as a mature field, then Information Security could be considered as a middle-aged discipline.
Scott Higgins, Director, Utility Distributed Energy and Microgrids, Schneider Electric
The steady increase in energy consumption across North America is forcing consumers to contend with high and variable energy costs and utilities into increase grid investments.
Rodger Smith, SVP & GM, Oracle Utilities
Electric utilities—like all utilities—are in the service business. For many years, that was a straightforward, one-way delivery process: the utility provided electricity to its customers, and the customers paid the utility for the service....