Features September 2020

Daniel Millbank – Xpress Global Systems LLC

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It’s long and heavy enough to knock a knight in shining armor off a horse, but don’t confuse a stinger—a forklift extension used to spear rolls of carpet and floor coverings—with a medieval jousting lance. Nor should the logistics industry be seen as stuck in the Middle Ages. But as crucial as the stinger is […]

Mike Melo – LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services

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Security breach. Two words that have become increasingly common in the digital world—and the last thing anyone in charge of cybersecurity wants to hear applied to their workplace. Companies and cities alike have fallen victim to the trend, and in its 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report, IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute showed […]

Steven Burrell – Northern Arizona University

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One college student from the Hopi Indian Reservation walked eight miles one way to get a Wi-Fi signal to do her homework. A Navajo resident could only call 911 when she got in range of a signal. When she alerted an Arizona hospital of the injured person, the ambulance came from the other direction and […]

Ivan Alonso – Laureate International Universities

Est. reading time: 4 mins

They had 10 days to get it done, but Ivan Alonso did not expect switching nearly 200,000 students at two Mexican universities to remote learning could be done so well. It’s not that he hasn’t linked large numbers of people before; Alonso’s expertise and drive helped a fledgling Mexican communications company establish itself as an […]

Shan Venable – Altamaha Bank and Trust

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Just because you’re a small community bank doesn’t mean that you can’t compete with the big regional banks. But if you do, at least in one way, it can pay big dividends, as Shan Venable can attest to at Altamaha Bank and Trust. Investing more than $500,000 into the community bank over the past five […]

Serge Perras – ChenMed

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Let’s say you’re a physician whose patient is in the prime age range for developing prostate cancer—or is showing possible symptoms of the disease. Instead of automatically ordering the industry standard prostate-specific antigen test or PSA—which is expensive, invasive and notorious for delivering false positives—you turn to your state-of-the-art electronic medical records system. Not only […]

Dave Termunde – Arbor Park School District 145

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Behold the panda, sometimes known as the giant panda, in its natural habitat. Living mainly in temperate forests in southwest China, the black and white bear subsists almost entirely on a diet of bamboo. Adult pandas may consume as much as 84 pounds of bamboo daily, as females grow to 200 pounds and males to […]

Joe Barney – Riverbank Unified School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s all in the timing. Or it’s gone, but not forgotten. Or perhaps it’s a bit of both as Joe Barney settles into retired life near Modesto, California—just as his longtime employer, the Riverbank Unified School District, prepares for a new school year in a new normal of distance learning. After more than 17 years […]

Evan OBranovic – Traverse City Area Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There may not be many school districts making their data centers a point of pride, but at Traverse City Area Public Schools in Michigan, it’s become a can’t-miss attraction. Packed into what was once the gym at a former elementary school, the servers and tech stacks—which local businesses and organizations co-locate with the school district—are […]

William Pulte – Educational Service Unit #3

Est. reading time: 4 mins

If there’s any good that’s come from the COVID-19 pandemic, at least for Educational Service Unit #3, it’s that the crisis forced the organization to accelerate key technology initiatives for children in some of Nebraska’s most populated areas. “There’s a lot of pressure to get things right, especially our current situation,” says William Pulte, ESU […]

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