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  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: JR Gamez

    Inspiration struck JR Gamez at a city council meeting. As the Redwood City, Calif., police chief listened to a developer tell the councilors that he could get more done if he didn't have to come into City Hall for everything, he wondered whether his officers could be more efficient if they had more flexibility with when and where they meet citizens.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: Joseph Eckroth

    For Joseph Eckroth, success comes from thinking big while paying close attention to the little things.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Kris Herrin

    Since its founding in 1997, Heartland Payment Systems has grown to become the sixth-largest payments processor in the U.S.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leaders: Lucille Mayer and Ramaswamy Nagappan

    The co-CIOs at Pershing have to juggle the demands of the Jersey City, N.J-based company's 1,500 clients, for whom they provide IT services. Those clients -- global financial services firms, investment advisers, banks and insurance companies -- must comply with a variety of laws and regulations. But they also need tools that enable them to operate efficiently and give them competitive advantages.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Greg Meyers

    If you're wondering what a next-generation IT leader looks like, look no further than Greg Meyers, vice president of IT at Biogen Idec, a $6 billion specialty pharmaceutical company based in Weston, Mass.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Tamara Payne

    Given FedEx's focus on speed, it should come as no surprise that the company has created a way to significantly cut software-testing time.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Mark Reilley

    Mark Reilley, IT director at Washington-based Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, takes issue with the notion that the nonprofit world is any less competitive than the private sector.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Malcolm Jackson

    Malcolm Jackson, CIO of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is a drilling engineer by training, and he's tech-savvy -- he worked as a mainframe programmer when he started his career in the 1980s. But he also has a background in marketing, which is especially helpful at the EPA.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Monique Shivanandan

    Monique Shivanandan keeps Capital One on the leading edge. As senior vice president and chief technology officer, she leads the company's innovation lab, which she launched in 2010. The lab, made up of 20 developers and product managers in San Francisco and Washington, brings together all sides of the business, as well as partners in the start-up and university realms, to bring new ideas to market fast.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Denise L. Stephens

    At the Idaho National Laboratory, competitive advantage means providing technology that can enhance the quality of research and garner an edge in the global energy race.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Henry J. Sienkiewicz

    Delivering a competitive advantage is a matter of national security for Henry J. Sienkiewicz, vice chief information assurance executive at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Garry Lyons

    When MasterCard WorldWide's chief innovation officer, Garry Lyons, launched MasterCard Labs two years ago, his approach to hiring was anything but conventional. Lyons began by recruiting talented people who didn't know anything about the payments processing business. "If you know too much about a particular domain, you end up saying 'that won't work' or incrementally improving something." And that, Lyons says, won't lead to the kind of innovations that bring disruptive change to the business. "Our goal is to get next-generation payment solutions into the market faster and cheaper than ever before," he adds.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Nancy Wolk

    As CIO of a very large company -- Alcoa employs 61,000 people in 200-plus locations in 31 countries -- Nancy Wolk sees her primary role as advancing technology to drive what she describes as "profitability through innovation."

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Lincoln Wallen

    Movie studio DreamWorks Animation is in the business of fantasy. And CTO Lincoln Wallen is responsible for making sure that the team has the tools needed to turn fantasy into reality.

  • News: Qualys streamlines vulnerability scanning of Amazon cloud instances

    Security firm Qualys has improved the integration of its QualysGuard vulnerability management service with Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Monday, allowing its customers to scan their AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) instances for vulnerabilities more easily and without requiring explicit approval from Amazon.

  • News: Obama touts IBM-backed tech education program

    In his recent State of the Union address, President Barack Obama had nice things to say about tech vendors, specifically drawing attention to a unique IT education program backed by IBM.

  • News: LOLCats and PC viruses - Japan gets a lesson in cybersecurity

    National TV anchors struggle through explanations of the Tor anonymity network, while newspapers run detailed graphics on remote hacking software and the national police warn against using obscure online tools known as Syberian Post Offices.

  • News: Offshoring to blame for IT skills gap: Ernst & Young

    The IT skills shortage in Britain is largely attributable to the decision by many large organisations to offshore their technology operations to India in the mid-90s, according to professional services firm Ernst & Young.

  • News: O2 identifies huge disconnect between employers and staff on flexible working

    O2 has found that there is a huge disconnect between what employers believe their flexible working policies are, and what options employees perceive are available to them.

  • News: ACCC to come down hard on telcos for 2013

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has warned telecommunications companies that it will be making sure Australian consumers “get what they pay for” when they sign up to long-term phone or broadband contracts.



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