Posts Tagged: CTO

Telecom, Security, Cloud and the State of California – Your chance to join the discussion

On Monday, February 10, 2014 the Public Sector Technology Exchange (PSTE) will be hosting a government and industry panel discussion on “Telecom, the Cloud, and Security” from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the CalPERS Building Auditorium located on 400 Q Street in Sacramento, California. The PSTE is an independent forum that discusses the issues… Read more »

Using the Force and ArcGIS Data Mapping in the Golden Age of Data

This week Esri has been holding various events to teach, collaborate with and get feedback from government agencies. The hope is that through this collaboration, Esri can continue to create tools and platforms such as ArcGIS that can be used by government agencies to help groups of people and the nation as a whole. To… Read more »

Using the Force and ArcGIS Data Mapping in the Golden Age of Data

This week Esri has been holding various events to teach, collaborate with and get feedback from government agencies. The hope is that through this collaboration, Esri can continue to create tools and platforms such as ArcGIS that can be used by government agencies to help groups of people and the nation as a whole. To… Read more »

The local government CIO – We serve the people who serve the people

In my continuing quest to ensure that local governments are recognized for the services they provide to the public, I bring you the first of several profiles of local government CIOs. With limited budgets, constraints from the county and state and under the unending watch of citizens, local technology departments are tasked with providing consistently… Read more »

Submit Your Technology To The CTOlabs Directory

CTOlabs.com, hosts a curated list of firms we believe provide the most virtuous, mission-focused, positively disruptive technologies available to enterprises today. We maintain this directory as a reference for technology professionals. We find firms to include on this list by casting a wide net. We talk with other technology professionals from around the globe, we… Read more »

Todd Park Announced as New Federal CTO

Whitehouse announced today that Todd Park is the new federal CTO replacing Aneesh Chopra. Congrats to Todd – he’s great! http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2012/03/09/todd-park-named-new-us-chief-technology-officer Todd Park Named New U.S. Chief Technology Officer I’m very excited that President Obama today is appointing Todd Park as the new U.S. Chief Technology Officer, with the important task of applying the newest… Read more »

Transitioning our Disruptive IT List to a CTOlabs.com Directory

Since the beginning of our publishing at CTOVision.com we have sought to highlight the technologies and companies that hold the greatest potential of positive disruptions in enterprise IT. One of the reference lists we developed is our online “Disruptive IT List“. Thanks to feedback from readers, including CTOs from enterprises and from IT companies, we… Read more »

The Last NASA Mainframe

I started my career as a programmer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center doing assembly language programming on mainframes. Part of me is sad knowing that this is no longer a skill worthy of inclusion on my resume, but I’m excited that NASA has finally moved on. My previous position was working as the software… Read more »

Lessons Learned from IT Scars

Last night, I attended a Women in Technology event titled The CIO/CTO Agenda 2012. Moderated by Christopher Dorobek, the six panelists’ candid and often humorous discussion covered many topics that included paths to success, current priorities, mobile communications, and vendor/contract relationships. My question to the panel wrapped-up the discussion: “Since all of you have been… Read more »