CIO Magazine: December 15, 2004

What It's Like To....Move To A New Industry

Formerly at Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, ABN Amro Bank and Merrill Lynch, Tsvi Gal is now CIO of Warner Music Group (and his two teenage daughters couldn't be happier).

What It's Like To....Take A Real Vacation

Before becoming Vice President of Information Services at Boston's Northeastern University in 1998, Bob Weir worked for 21 years at IBM, where he never got a real vacation.

What It's Like To....Be Treated Like A Rock Star

Joe Eckroth, CIO of Mattel, got a culture shock when he visited China.

What It's Like To....Be an American Abroad

Paul Ingevaldson, Senior Vice President for International and IT for Ace Hardware, is retiring at the end of 2004. In the past 12 years, he has logged an estimated 1.2 million miles on six continents.

What It's Like To....Catch A Killer

Roger Ham served on the IT side of law enforcement for 27 years and was CIO of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) from 1998 to 2003.

What It's Like To....Be Different

CIO for Owens & Minor Medical Supplies and Integrated Health Systems, David Guzman knows the importance of being different.

What It's Like To....Work In Iraq

Employed as a Department of Defense (DOD) Logistician for 26 years. Maurice Stewart now specializes in RFID, working in the DOD's Logistics Automatic Identification Office.

What It's Like To....Be A Man In A Woman's World

Former CIO at Express, now CIO of Atmos Energy, Les Duncan can work in any situation.

What It's Like To....Be Hired By The FBI

After two years at the FBI, Sherry Higgins left this past summer. She is currently "deciding what I want to do with my life."

What It's Like To....Start Your Own Company

Former CIO of Ryder Logistics and a founder of Logtech, a logistics startup. John Traendly is now a consultant.

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