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Chip Schutte – Soleo Health

Est. reading time: 3 mins

When employees at Soleo Health call members of the internal IT service desk, they often discuss confidential information. To ensure patient and client data isn’t shared with the wrong person, Vice President of IT Chip Schutte is introducing new security measures. By spring, he plans to roll out a system requiring employees of the internal […]

Clayton Weber – Security First Bank

Est. reading time: 5 mins

ATMs are all about convenience and speed, but Clayton Weber wanted to add a personal touch to automated machine banking. So, in 2020, when it was time to update the ATMs for Security First Bank’s 26 branch locations across Nebraska and southwest South Dakota, he pitched the idea of video tellers. Since many branches are […]

Carl Fong – Orange County Department of Education

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Getting technology to students at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic was a challenge many school districts faced. Some created pick-up stations for parents, others sent laptops and hotspots home with students, and some coordinated home drop offs. For the 28 school districts in Orange County, California, which have about 500,000 students, and the Orange […]

Calvin Engen – F12.net Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Outdated servers. Software updates. Cloud versus on-premises. Data management and storage. And what’s a “phish” and why is it spelled that way? All these and more can be vexing questions and issues for small and mid-sized business owners who need technology to succeed but don’t  always have the time or expertise to make certain they […]

Christine Vanderpool – Florida Crystals

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Prior to taking over strategy and architecture within IT, Christine Vanderpool would receive requests for similar programs or systems from multiple departments. For example, some of Florida Crystals’s workforce wasn’t part of the company email system and often was left out of important communications. Around the same time Vanderpool began setting up their email accounts, […]

Craig Buesing – Colorado Secretary of State’s Office

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Leading up to the 2020 election, IT staff from each of Colorado’s 64 counties had weekly calls to ensure they had strong technology to support processes such as voter registration, vote tallying and the dissemination of results. The calls allowed everyone to share best practices and current threats, and they allowed staff to talk through […]

Casey Watkins – FTI Consulting

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Given the breadth of Casey Watkins’ IT career in the military and civilian life, it would be easy to say he’s seen it all. “I’ve been a cybersecurity professional for almost 20 years and have a diverse background in the field, having worked at global firms in various cybersecurity roles,” Watkins says. “I’ve amassed a […]

Charles Brown – Arkansas Department of Transportation

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Maintaining some 16,000 miles of road may be easier than maintaining 16,000 lines of code. As Charles Brown recalls, the Arkansas Department of Transportation did great with its care and construction of the roads used by 3 million residents—not to mention millions of visitors using state highways to see the scenic Ozarks region. Traffic was […]

Christopher Ross – Clover Health

Est. reading time: 3 mins

They’re supposed to be the golden years, a time when folks can ease into retirement, pursue new passions or maybe see the places they’ve never visited. Those golden years can be quickly clouded by confusion over health insurance, though. Determining which plans are best, and how to fill coverage gaps in Medicare or Medicare Advantage […]

Cortney Thompson – Lunavi

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In tech speak, it’s called a lift and shift—the moving of an existing application and data into cloud infrastructure with little or no redesign. It’s one of several options for companies that prefer not to maintain a data center. But there being no single approach to the cloud in general, a company might need the […]

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