Features

Danny Miller – Texas A&M University System/Texas Division of Emergency Management

Est. reading time: 4 mins

COVID-19 threatens more than one’s physical health. There’s also a virtual risk from opportunistic online viruses—some of which seem tailor-made to exploit the current crisis. So says Texas A&M CISO Danny Miller, whose responsibilities have covered the 11-school Texas A&M University System and eight state agencies since 2014. In 2019 he added another title to […]

Larry Osentoski – GC Associates USA

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the General Services Administration serve our country in many ways, and to do that they must maintain and track the half-million vehicles they manage. With new regulations, these agencies look to the private sector to help drive them into the future. Thus, the opportunity for GC Associates USA […]

Greg Brandenburg – University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Greg Brandenburg knows what can happen to a university campus in Texas. In a state prone to hurricanes, tornados and extreme heat, he’s had to plan for flooding, power outages and quick evacuations. Still, compared to these events, he says COVID-19—which hit two months after he became the vice president for technology and CIO at […]

Michael Taylor – ECS, USNS Mercy

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Outfitted to respond to combat or other high-stakes situations, as well as deliver acute medical care to underserved populations on the other side of the Pacific Ocean, the USNS Mercy embarked on one of her shorter missions this past spring. Just 120 miles up the coast from her home port at Naval Base San Diego, […]

Bryan Bishop – Pyrotecnico

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The Kings of Leon are playing to a full house—actually, it’s a full field. The night is getting chilly, but as the bottles are passed and the red Solo cups are filled, the crowd’s warmth spreads like the wail of the fiddle. As the band reaches its crescendo, the night sky behind the stage platform […]

John Folkers – Videojet Technologies Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Recall news can be frightening. The snack cakes you like so much may contain mold. The granola bars you buy have traces of nuts that are hazardous to people with food allergies. The hand sanitizer you’re relying on during the coronavirus pandemic may contain methanol. Fortunately, the alerts go beyond a press release that lists […]

Devin Shirley – Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When it comes to data security, the buck’s got to stop somewhere. At Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield, it stops with Devin Shirley. “As technologies change, so do the bad guys,” explains Shirley, since 2016 the chief information security officer for Arkansas’ biggest insurer. “You can never depend on the system you have today. […]

Will Jackson III – Christ Community Health Services

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As he looked over the data showing how COVID-19 hit western Tennessee, Will Jackson III searched for clues that would help Christ Community Health Services establish testing sites in the best locations for Memphis, Tennessee, residents. The answers came in five digits—zip codes showing coronavirus clusters, with Hispanic or Black populations and communities getting hit […]

John Ruzicka – First Financial Bank of Texas

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Imagine you’re an elderly banking customer who is still using Microsoft Vista—a 14-year-old operating system—and can’t access your bank’s online banking platform. If this were Bank of America, Chase or Wells Fargo, you would likely call a 1-800 number for tech support that may or may not alleviate the problem. But a customer of First […]

Steve Camacho – Toronto Catholic District School Board

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Talk about an accelerated timeline. In early 2020, Steve Camacho and his team had just been approved to modernize communications and  IT at the Toronto Catholic District School Board. The aim: to build the foundation for a digitally enabled school by 2022. This, he explains, by focusing on five “pillars”: increasing digital communication with both […]

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