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Craig Corbin – Fontainebleau Miami Beach

Est. reading time: 4 mins

High-end accommodations might always have been essential for hosting high-profile companies on their retreats and conferences. But these days, there’s an additional requirement on top of the usual amenities: lots and lots of bandwidth. Even so, Fontainebleau Miami Beach might have gone above and beyond the expectations of a luxury hotel by installing a 10-gigabit […]

Darnell Smith – Raleigh, N.C.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

As a young man, D. Darnell Smith recognized the growing importance of info-tech, deciding to major in computer science rather than accounting at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and finding opportunities aplenty to ply that skill post-graduation. After long stretches of distinguished performance with E.I. DuPont and Elster Group, Smith opted for the […]

The University of Alabama

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When it comes to IT in the higher education setting, it’s just a simple fact: Technology is outpacing the culture. “Changes are occurring almost on a daily basis,” says John McGowan, who serves a tandem role as vice provost and chief information officer for the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and associate vice chancellor for […]

Mike Evans – Forsyth County Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

On the wall of every K-12 classroom in Forsyth County, Georgia, is a display of the school district’s Learner Profile, which outlines the attributes it expects every single student to possess by the time they graduate high school. The document is likely what you’d expect from a modern learning institution, and the same can be […]

City of Corona, California

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Last August, Chris McMasters, CIO of Corona, California, sat down to find an unexpected, but pleasant, email waiting for him: Representatives from What Works Cities (WWC) wanted to visit Corona to consider the city for their national initiative. Started by Bloomberg Philanthropy in April 2015, WWC helps mid-sized cities understand how data can improve services, […]

Tucson Unified School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

With new momentum, Tucson Unified School District (USD) has added fiber, a data center, an Enterprise Resource Planning system (ERP) and a Student Information System (SIS), and it’s using these resources to prepare students for the increasingly digital future. How that looks: A district graduate who knows how to use Power BI to find a […]

City of Oakland

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Government agencies are notorious for moving at a glacial pace, yet even when the pace is much faster—say, in one of America’s tech hubs, the Bay Area—there’s still room for improvement. And it’s not just a matter of speed, explains City of Oakland CIO Andrew “Pete” Peterson. Services must be available to everyone in all […]

Castle Learning

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Let’s say a grade school student is given a 30-question practice test and only gets half the questions correct, just 15 of them. In the past, the instructor would have indicated which questions he or she got wrong. The student would get a failing grade and it was off to the next lesson and test. […]

Lord Fairfax Community College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

“Right now, I’m in sneakers. I’m not behind a desk in a suit and tie,” says Richard Crim. “I mop up. If I see a mess, I’m not going to call buildings and grounds when I know they’re just as busy as I am.” Similarly, he remembers overhearing a lost and panicked student asking another […]

Cobb County

Est. reading time: 4 mins

After 20 years at Turner Field in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, the Atlanta Braves have moved to Sun Trust Park in the Cumberland neighborhood of nearby Cobb County. The scenery change is just one indication of county’s recent tech development efforts—showing that Cobb County can handle the auto and foot traffic once relegated to Atlanta proper. […]

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