Features Information Technologies

Samantha Lofton Moss – Ice Miller LLP

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The day has yet to arrive when yellow pads become artifacts of the legal profession, but it may be closer than you think. In fact, Samantha Lofton Moss, of the firm Ice Miller LLP, says there are attorneys at the firm who’d sooner tap into online resources than unearth hard-bound volumes in legal libraries.  As Ice […]

Steve Levinson – Online Business Systems

Est. reading time: 4 mins

He might be one of the more quotable tech bosses. “Cybersecurity is like alcohol,” Steve Levinson says. “You need it in good times and bad.” Vice president and chief information security officer for Winnipeg-headquartered Online Business Systems, he strives to ensure the company’s vast corporate clientele won’t be driven to drink over data breaches or […]

Sara Schmidt – Farmers Insurance Group

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When it comes to assembling a cutting-edge cybersecurity team, Sara Schmidt says it’s less about where someone went to school or what they studied, and more about passion and curiosity. That might not sound like the wisest strategy with today’s cybersecurity environment. But for Schmidt, the chief information security officer for Farmers Insurance Group, willingness […]

Shesha Krishnapura – Intel

Est. reading time: 6 mins

A man for whom the most complex technologies are second nature, Shesha Krishnapura can find inspiration from the most unconventional sources. “The greatest teacher, failure is,” he quotes none other than Yoda, before adding to that Star Wars wisdom with “abundance is the biggest liability.” That said, one must surmise that any failures Krishnapura endured […]

Scott Knote – Powell Electronics

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Piece by piece, Powell Electronics is a key supplier for the agriculture, defense and aerospace industries, supplying thumbtack-sized sensors and connectors or even the components that ensure space-bound rockets lift off cleanly and safely. These are not always everyday items, Powell Chief Information Technology Officer Scott Knote says, but from procuring components to custom assembling […]

Sebastian Barrios – Cabify

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Sebastian Barrios was a clever kid, building circuits as a hobby in his native Mexico City. With such a strong interest in technology, it wasn’t long before he was tinkering with building apps. He even came up with a way to talk longer on the phone with his girlfriend. As a budding entrepreneur in his […]

Scott Downs – Haynes Furniture Company

Est. reading time: 4 mins

By the time you finish reading this sentence, Amazon will have delivered 100 packages to mailboxes and doorsteps throughout the United States. That’s 1.6 million packages per day, or nearly 5 billion every year—all opened with faith the wares inside are as good as advertised. Yet even in this digital age, there are products that […]

Sean Moriarty – State University of New York in Oswego

Est. reading time: 5 mins

As far as Sean Moriarty is concerned, it takes a village to create a digital campus. As chief technology officer at the State University of New York at Oswego, he leads just that type of village, his door open to suggestions and his staff willing to lend its expertise to other educational institutions in need […]

Saint Leo University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

At Saint Leo University, technology is the great unifier. Founded in 1889, Saint Leo University is the oldest Catholic university in Florida, and, with more than 14,000 students, one of the largest in the United States. Although the physical campus is located just north of Tampa, the university has more than 40 education centers across […]

School District of Philadelphia

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The pioneering American educator, Horace Mann, called education “a great equalizer of the conditions of men—the balance wheel of the social machinery.” More than a century later, that still holds true. But today, education has its own equalizer: technology. In order to produce college- and career-ready students, schools must have access to modern, real-world technology. […]


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Summer I 2023



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