A Week In The Life: Herman Brown, CIO, San Francisco DA's Office

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Handling court cases for the 13th most populous city in America is a major team effort; supporting and implementing the information technology framework behind that effort to make sure day to day operations run smoothly is another feat entirely.

That’s where Herman Brown comes in, Chief Information Officer for the City of San Francisco’s District Attorney’s Office. Brown’s week, similar to that of many other IT executives, consists of meetings, emails, deployments, and as he calls it, “firefighting” when things go awry.

Brown is the May subject of Enterprise Mobility Exchange’s “Week In The Life” column, where he explains his daily task flow while trying to create a consistent, even-handed work-life balance.

To see previous “Week In The Life” columns, go here to learn about Ryan Fay, Global CIO for ACI Specialty Benefits, and click here to read about Bob Turner, CISO for the University of Wisconsin’s Madison campus.

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