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Thomas “Tom” Jackson – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Life on the farm has always suited Tom Jackson, even as he’s made a career of ensuring students widen their horizons by building networks and technology in higher education. Now the vice chancellor of information technology and CIO at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Jackson and the school are riding a wave of […]

Ted Bayack – Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital

Est. reading time: 4 mins

On hold for the past year, some capital projects will resume in due time at this community hospital’s infotech department. Backup systems will be upgraded and servers replaced. Security monitoring always a concern at healthcare facilities, it too will be reassessed. But like an emergency department practicing triage, the IT staff at Hugh Chatham Memorial […]

Tracy Barnes – State of Indiana

Est. reading time: 6 mins

While it may not be a Dickensian “best of times, worst of times” scenario, there’s no doubt that 2020 turned much of what state governments do squarely on its head. With increased demands for services during the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with new regulations limiting how state employees could interact with those in need, Tracy Barnes […]

Tom Benton – Sierra College

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Throughout his career in IT and education, Tom Benton has connected students to information, but never was the delivery of education tested as much as during the COVID-19 crisis. When Sierra College in Rocklin, California, closed its campuses during the pandemic, Benton—the school’s chief technology officer—credits three initiatives for saving the day. Microsoft Teams + […]

Tom Yeatts – ServiceNow

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Having plied his technology skills in both the private and public sectors, Tom Yeatts now finds himself in something of a hybrid role—employed by the former but serving the latter. To say he understands the differences between the two would be an understatement. “I used to be in government and there’s a reason why it’s […]

Tarunjeet “T.J.” Mann – Children’s Mercy Kansas City

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Anybody still doubt the need for a hospital’s defenses against data theft? Then access the dark web via an anonymizing browser and see what’s for sale. Among the items most in demand: electronic medical records of babies and small children, some of whom have died. As a bonus to the buyer, chances are at least […]

Tony Damron – Pikeville Medical Center

Est. reading time: 6 mins

There’s something to be said about growing up in your hometown, spending time away to gain perspective, and then returning in a position to make a difference—in this instance, helping direct technological solutions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Such was the case for Pikeville Medical Center’s CIO Tony Damron. Growing up in rural southeastern Kentucky, […]

Tye Campbell – Gilman School

Est. reading time: 6 mins

In March, Tye Campbell went to give a presentation at the FinalsiteU conference in Florida on data integration. No sooner had Campbell arrived when he received notice of a pandemic team meeting back at Gilman School in Maryland. With COVID-19 gaining momentum, a stay-at-home order was likely imminent, meaning the independent school where he worked […]

Tammy Klotz – Versum Materials, a subsidiary of Merck KGaA

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When Air Products & Chemicals Inc. spun off its electronic materials business in October 2016, the spinoff’s CIO asked Tammy Klotz to lead the information security program for the new company, Versum Materials. She was flattered, but apprehensive. After all, the world of electronics moves at rapid speed, with instant access to sensitive information providing […]

Todd Borland – Union Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The idea that a school district can own a student’s data—from semester transcripts and grades to awards and recognitions, even diplomas—is one that’s garnered increased acceptance in recent years. But a school system is merely a steward of that information—students are the masters. This is Todd Borland’s philosophy. As the executive director of technology for […]

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