Features June 2018

Elias Oxendine – Brown-Forman

Est. reading time: 4 mins

During his 11 years as an intelligence officer in the United States Navy, Elias Oxendine was made to understand the enemy—not only the what and who, but the how and why. Intelligence Preparation for the Battlefield, they called it. Stated simply, it means knowing all the ways in which a potential “actor” can disrupt the […]

Paul Scorza – Retail Business Services

Est. reading time: 4 mins

We’ve all been there, at the back of a grocery store checkout train, texting loved ones not to file a missing person report; or doubling back through the aisles in search of an overlooked item. According to Paul Scorza, those hassles will soon be in the past, thanks to innovative technologies designed to make the […]

Rod Houpe – Cleveland Metropolitan School District

Est. reading time: 4 mins

On-time and under budget—what’s that, you say? It’s a concept that can be rare in the private sector; even more so in the public realm. And ultimately, it’s just one of the ways Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) is differentiating itself when it comes to IT. Under the direction of CIO Rod Houpe, the Ohio […]

Paul Foster – Springfield Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Paul Foster remembers one of his “Aha!” moments. It happened in one of the district’s older elementary schools, one with coat closets just off the classrooms. As he entered the third-grade class, Foster noticed a small group of children sitting along the wall beneath the coat pegs, talking quietly into their laptops. Foster asked the […]

Edward Chuang – Logix Federal Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s as if the universe planted a big yellow “JUMP!” sign right in front of you, the prospective homeowner: a hip two-bedroom bungalow a three-minute walk from town. You can just feel the applications pouring in. By 2019, if you happen to have Logix Federal Credit Union’s mobile app, a quick photo could bring you […]

Dr. Jordon Shaw – Franklin, Tennessee

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s a scenic and choice city about 20 miles south of increasingly urbanized Nashville, where more and more folks are putting down roots—Franklin, Tennessee. Quarterly, the local Building and Neighborhood Services Department can count on a mix of 1,300 residential and commercial requests for some kind of permit. That’s a lot for any municipal department […]

Zach Gorman – Bradley University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Architectural renderings were made for buildings like this. Replete with stately gray brick and massive windows that promise to sparkle in the sun, the business and engineering complex (BEC) at Bradley University is designed to be both commanding and inviting. When the first phase is completed in 2019, the five-story structure will be Bradley’s largest, […]

Rick Mohnk and Robin Yarnall – Bayhealth

Est. reading time: 4 mins

A year from now, the hospital’s staff will probably still be getting used to things: the commute, the different workspaces and workflows. Some adjustments will be easy, like lunching on the new cafeteria’s breezy outdoor patio. Other changes will prove a bit more arduous. But when Delaware health care provider Bayhealth opens its new, $300 […]

Department of Finance – City of Chicago

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Editor’s note: A year ago or so, Toggle did a story on the Windy City, which also turned out to be one of the most connected cities; so sophisticated it can check the temperature between neighborhoods and use that data to tell which areas should be snowplowed first. Below is an update from Chicago on […]

Guru Rao – FBAlliance

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Comparing and buying home insurance has never been easier. Gone are the days of flipping through phone books or trusting a friend’s referral. In its place: hundreds of aggregating websites that filter quotes into easily scrollable pages. That’s the user side. Behind the scenes, though, these comparison platforms, and the buying behavior they create, have […]


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