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Omaha Public Schools

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One in five. That’s how many young Nebraskans are said to be the beneficiaries of vast technological improvements sweeping through the state’s largest school district, courtesy of a partnership with Microsoft and the creative input from an executive director of IMS who has brought connections to Microsoft and district-wide changes to Omaha Public Schools (OPS), […]

Clark State Community College

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People in the IT industry will talk about building networks, building mainframes or building software. Not so much with Dr. Matt Franz, the vice president of information technology at Springfield, Ohio’s Clark State Community College. To Franz, the job of his team is all about collaboration and building relationships in order to help people succeed, […]

Wake County Public School System

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When it comes to upgrading to the latest software or embracing the newest device, education has almost always lagged behind, choosing the safe, proven option over innovation. Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) of North Carolina, however, may not have time to be complacent. As the largest school district in North Carolina, WCPSS supports over […]

University adopts a bold, frontier-town IT spirit

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The striking nature of the Grand Canyon State has molded life there, but not just wildlife. Located in Flagstaff, Arizona, Northern Arizona University (NAU) draws inspiration from its chiseled, mountainous location 7,000-feet above sea level. NAU’s IT department draws particular inspiration from its surroundings and embraces the “frontier town” mentality of Flagstaff, which sits between […]

Augusta, Georgia, CityWatch

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Tameka Allen, the longtime director of information technology in Augusta and Richmond County in Georgia, got something of a battlefield promotion in 2014. Her responsibilities were upgraded to interim city administrator in the months that passed between the dismissal of veteran boss Fred Russell and the hiring of Janice Allen Jackson. While most comfortable in […]

BrightStar Care

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Just as the numbers are staggering, so are the margins for error. Roughly 12 million people receive homecare in America. To deliver that service, homecare workers drive an estimated 5 billion miles to and from their patients. Those workers must keep track of myriad medications and constantly changing health conditions—even a simple oversight or miscommunication […]

CIS

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When Mark Snodgrass says these are exciting times in the insurance industry, a lot of folks might respond: Maybe to insurance people. Fair enough, at least on the surface the subject matter may not be captivating, but ponder for a spell, what a changing world we live in and the pressure faced by the detail-oriented […]

Birmingham, Alabama

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When a city’s technology remains stagnant for years, it takes great force to get things moving again and to build the momentum required to keep up in an ever-changing tech landscape. There are few better examples of this than Birmingham, Alabama. In 2014, Mayor William A. Bell realized the city was, technologically speaking, stuck. So, […]

Getting info-tech in tune

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Music City USA knows all about singer-songwriter Keith Urban, but when it comes to bringing technology solutions to the greater Nashville area to address the needs of residents and visitors, there is a man named Keith Durbin who is worth hearing. Largely because he, too, is a listener. Chief information officer and director of IT […]

Gleaner Life Insurance Society

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Football and baseball may be the first and second great American pastimes; the third may be coming up with sports analogies for them. Enter Arell Chapman to explain how this relates to the world of information technology. “I’m not on the field playing often,” quips the vice president of information technology at Gleaner Life Insurance […]

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