Wayne Craig – Page Southerland Page Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Wayne Craig first worked as a field technician in the petrochemical industry in the Houston area, he spent his days in the field helping design, install and document projects. In the evenings, he made plan changes on a drawing board. Then computer-aided design, or CAD, software programs used in mainframe computers became available on […]

Will Kilbreth – Community Health Options

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Just building a website that offers health insurance coverage is challenging, says Will Kilbreth. “Members are not a monolithic block,” says Kilbreth, CIO for Community Health Options. “Some people are very engaged and you need to work hard with them. There’s also a large cohort that wants to sign up and then never hear from […]

Wei “Will” Zhou – MLoptic

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Thirteen milliseconds. That’s how quickly researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found the eyes and brain process images, including this sentence. Dr. Wei “Will” Zhou has focused his career on those 13 milliseconds—mimicking what the eye sees and how it moves to create the microchip technology behind advanced augmented reality and virtual reality systems. […]

Wilson Ho – Turo

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In recent years, many people have opted for peer-to-peer lodging rentals while traveling or on vacation. Increasingly , they’re doing the same with car rentals, particularly with a shortage of rental cars during the COVID-19 pandemic. Enter Turo, a San Francisco-based business which started in 2009 and now has a presence in over 7,500 cities around […]

Wyatt Hansen – LeaderOne Financial Corporation

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The mortgage industry can seem set in its ways for reasons that include the need to keep processes simple. Lenders might be dealing with billions of dollars and wary of cybersecurity risks. Sales reps may be experts in what they know but not so comfortable with new technology. And many mortgage applicants still prefer doing […]

Wade Patrick – Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers

Est. reading time: 4 mins

If you’re in rural northwest Ohio, you might find yourself at Bryan Hospital, part of the Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers healthcare system. Opened in 1936, the 85-bed hospital serves the residents of Bryan and surrounding counties. Except, as Wade Patrick explains, CHWC doesn’t handle certain medical operations, like brain or heart surgery. In such […]

Weldon Wu – Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When the COVID-19 pandemic started last year, the phones at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank wouldn’t stop ringing. People were worried about having enough food. According to a study from the University of Southern California, one in four residents in LA County have experienced food insecurity during the pandemic, compared to one in five […]

William “Buck” Buckingham – XChange and DistributorX

Est. reading time: 4 mins

With automation often in the news, both as a productive and destructive force, William (“Buck”) Buckingham has doggedly worked for three decades to streamline companies in the print and publishing industry. “It was such a manual process before, which made it difficult for people to wrap their minds around it,” Buckingham says. “I saw a […]

Walt Joyce – Peoples Bank of North Carolina

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Walt Joyce knows Peoples Bank doesn’t need to be like its larger competitors to benefit the region of North Carolina it serves. Because he’s led IT operations at larger banks, he knows what technology they have. And as chief technology officer for Peoples Bank, he says everything from virtual deposits to cybersecurity is helping the […]

William (Bill) Hobbs – Hood College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Cyberattacks have become almost a daily aspect of life, both for individuals and for large companies and governmental entities. For CIOs serving academic institutions, the rise of remote learning has made the issue an even more pertinent and critical aspect of their mission. Case in point: myriad technical updates to infrastructure and technology CIO Bill […]


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