Jay Dominick is the Chief Information Officer at Princeton University. He oversees information technology infrastructure, administrative computing, information security, research computing, IT planning, and governance. He was instrumental in charting a steady course during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, when Princeton had to switch to a nearly fully remote environment for both students and faculty. He facilitated the use of technology to ensure the university remained open and operational.
Before joining Princeton, he spent time at UNC Charlotte and Wake Forest University in executive IT roles. He spent over 15 years as Wake Forest’s first CIO.
On the third episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Jay Dominick, CIO of Princeton University joins the show to discuss the technological hurdles Princeton faced when the pandemic started, the benefits of partnering with startups, and why being too risk averse can lead to failure.
Read about Jay's perspective on the operational and technological hurdles Princeton University faced when the pandemic started, the benefits of partnering with startups, and why being too risk averse can lead to failure.