ORLANDO, Fla, (Dec. 1, 2011) — University of Central Florida’s Dr. Mark Mooney, co-
founder of MyEduLife, an educational technology company in east Orlando, is featured in the
new book “CIO’s at Work” by Ed Yourdon.
Yourdon, an internationally recognized computer consultant, interviewed Dr. Mooney as one
of the world’s most influential chief information officers.
“CIO’s at Work” is available at most book stores and at Amazon.com.
Dr. Mooney co-founded MyEduLife to provide data governance for educational institutions.
Dr. Mooney’s profile in “CIO’s at Work” details how MyEduLife creates partnerships
between technology professionals, college and university business unit leaders and external
customers, suppliers and business partners to address data governance problems arising from
the emergence of new technology within the college and university environment.
Dr. Mooney also shares his personal insights into the changing role of technology in business,
such as his decisions and futuristic approaches to new data sources with the increased use of
“New technology is reshaping the delivery of educational services in the industrialized world
and creating tremendous opportunities for educators and students,” Dr. Mooney said.
“The widespread use of mobile devices and new applications promises the potential to
provide higher education to greater numbers of students in a more cost-effective mode than
the traditional university campus, classroom and lecture halls,” Dr. Mooney said.
Dr. Mooney also said his company recently partnered with Baruch College on an overall data