The signs are pointing to an economic downturn. In the tech world, those signals manifest in the form of low investor confidence and VCs tightening the purse strings. It may look like the sky is falling on the tech startup world, but historically, businesses started during a recession are some of the most resilient. Here’s why.
Guest Blog Article
Amol Ajgaonkar, chief architect of IoT at Insight Enterprises, discusses how IoT is finally gaining a real footing in both residential and commercial spaces that will have a noticeable impact on the way we live and do business.
It’s hard to imagine a better way to celebrate HATech’s one-year Arizona anniversary than as a sponsor of the Governor’s Celebration of Innovation. It was our honor to be included in one of the most prestigious tech events of the year, celebrating the innovation that Arizona has to offer and recognizing those finalists who made the cut.
The Arizona Republic’s article, “Ducey loves to tout the state’s tech industry. His rhetoric doesn’t always match reality,” buried the lead. This is the reality: Arizona’s high-tech sector is indeed a rising star, a point of pride for our state.
In partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority and the Arizona Technology Council, the Arizona Israel Technology Alliance invites you to spend an exciting week experiencing a deep-dive into Israel’s technology ecosystem which boasts over 1,000 new startups each year, 300 multinational R&D centers and a buzzing environment that is seeing cutting-edge innovations change the world. Don’t miss this exclusive, must-attend event!
As a member of the Arizona Technology Council, you have greater access to Joan Hibdon at jdh Insights. Joan is a certified coach and human resources leader with over 20 years of experience helping organizations achieve breakthrough results by focusing on their most important and complex asset, their humans.
Creating fully integrated solutions to treat the whole patient has been long overdue. It’s an exciting future when technology provides the ability to make it achievable.
The tide may be turning when it comes to a large portion of Arizona college students preparing for STEM careers then taking their degrees to another state after graduation.
This is a conclusion included in the most recent update of the Arizona Technology Council Industry Impact Report, which uses data from different sources to offer a glimpse of trends in the state’s technology industry.
Tucson serves as Arizona’s center for defense activity. The Tucson metropolitan area is where most of the state’s defense contract spending happens, as well as most of the spending for defense personnel, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. That makes Southern Arizona attractive for companies to secure a Tucson aerospace and defense lease or investment of commercial real estate.
Driving up to the Arizona Biltmore, I wasn’t quite certain what to expect. All I knew was I was supposed to get a glimpse of Sprint’s rollout of its new 5G network in Arizona. Cutting edge up close? You don’t have to ask me twice.