IDG’s InfoWorld Names the Top 25 Chief Technology Officers for 2005; Fourth Annual Awards Honor CTOs Leading Their Companies and the Industry
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – APRIL 11, 2005 – InfoWorld Media Group, the leading provider of comprehensive technology intelligence, announced the recipients of its 2005 CTO 25 Awards. Results appear in the April 11 edition of InfoWorld and are also available at http://www.infoworld.com/2701 .
"Technology leadership requires technology vision and expertise," said Steve Fox, InfoWorld editor in chief. "This year's CTO 25 award winners continue to utilize cutting-edge technologies to improve their businesses."
This year's InfoWorld CTO 25 recipients (listed alphabetically)
Ravi Arimilli, IBM
Carl Banzhof, Citadel Security
Brian Behlendorf, CollabNet
Stuart Berman, Emulex
Brent Carlson, LogicLibrary
Hossein Eslambolchi, AT&T
Dan Foody, Actional
Eng Lim Goh, Silicon Graphics
Laurence Grant, Talk America
Tim Howes, Opsware
Scott Hrastar, AirDefense
Eugene Kuznetsov, DataPower
Jim Lester, Aflac
Kristin Lovejoy, Consul risk management
Dave Martin, Farm Credit Services of America
Addison McGuffin, Health Care Service Corp.
Robert Otto, U.S. Postal Service
Toby Redshaw, Motorola
Barry Robinson, Trizec Properties
Alberto Savoia, Agitar
Bruce Schneier, Counterpane Internet Security
Barry Shuler, Marriott International
Pradeep Sindhu, Juniper Networks
Greg Whitehead, Trustgenix
Brent Zempel, Life Time Fitness
Each year, InfoWorld honors IT executives who have shown leadership both inside and outside of their companies. Nominations are reviewed by the InfoWorld CTO Advisory Council, which makes recommendations to InfoWorld editors for final selection. For more information about InfoWorld's awards programs, visit http://www.infoworld.com/awards .
About InfoWorld Media Group
For 25 years, InfoWorld Media Group has provided cutting-edge coverage and evaluation of IT products and services for technology experts in senior management. Through integrated channels, including print, online, events, and demand generation, InfoWorld reaches the most influential senior-level information technologists — those who drive their enterprise's strategies and technology purchases. Powered by a continued investment in an independent Test Center, InfoWorld analysts and editors provide both hands-on analysis and evaluation, as well as expert commentary on issues surrounding emerging technologies and products. Visit InfoWorld at www.infoworld.com .
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