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2004 Innovators & Influencers: Bearing Down On The Future

It's sure to be a year of change in business technology. Here are some of the people who will drive that change.

There's an exec hoping to create a "technology epicenter" in the South; a tech veteran who's trying to make bureaucracy work more efficiently; a CEO trying to spread some virtual enlightenment around IT services; a CIO who's wiring up Cleveland; a chairman who's transformed his company from seller of consumer software to a provider of highly strategic security software; a pioneer in the travel industry; a legal eagle who helps protect software buyers; a CIO pushing "wholesale in a box"; a state CIO helping other CIOs; an impatient chief technology officer who wants to build a radio from ordinary silicon; and a CIO who's job affects a lot of lives.

Jim Phillips -- Photograph by Ken SchlesFrom Rock 'N' Roll To Research
Jim Phillips, Chairman and Executive Director, FedEx Institute of Technology at the University of Memphis
-- by John Foley

Karen Evans -- Photo by David DealMaking Bureaucracy Work Efficiently
Karen Evans, E-Administrator, Office of Management and Budget
-- by Eric Chabrow

Pawan Kumar -- Photo by Tom Pietersik/CorbisPaying Attention To The Process
Pawan Kumar, Chairman and CEO, vMoksha
-- by Paul McDougall

Lev Gonick -- Photo by Roger MastroianniCleveland: The Next Wired City
Lev Gonick, CIO, Case Western Reserve University
-- by John Soat

John Thompson -- Photo by Eddie Milla/CRNThompson Hunts For Growth
John Thompson, Chairman and CEO, Symantec Corp.
-- by George V. Hulme

Craig MurphyA Long Road To Better Travel Buying
Craig Murphy, Chief Technology Officer, Sabre Holdings Corp.
-- by Charles Babcock

Edward Hansen -- Photo by Sacha LeccaA Guy Who Gets It In Writing
Edward Hansen, Shaw Pittman LLP
-- by Beth Bacheldor

Sue Unger -- Photo by Jim FrenakAn Eye On Global Opportunities
Sue Unger, CIO, DaimlerChrysler
-- by Darrell Dunn

Gerry Wethington -- Photo by James Visser/GettyState CIO's Balanced Outlook
Gerry Wethington, CIO, Missouri
-- by Eric Chabrow

Patrick Gelsinger -- Photo by Jeff NewburyBetting On A Radio On A Chip
Patrick Gelsinger Chief Technology Officer, Intel
-- by Aaron Ricadela

John Hummel -- Photo by Angie WyantA Project For Every Problem
John Hummel, CIO, Sutter Health
-- by Eileen Colkin Cuneo

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