M3 Commercial Moving & Logistics knows you have many choices for your commercial office move, whether you are moving across town or across the country. When you choose M3, you can expect efficiency, a seamless transition, and experience by M3’s skilled professionals.
Galvanize Enterprise solutions cover all areas of workforce transformation from candidate selection, to upskilling and re-skilling training. This innovative leader in tech training has its fingers on the pulse of the latest technologies and methodologies in software engineering, data engineering and data science.
Phishing and malware are on the rise, putting critical infrastructure at risk. Structured Inc’s Director of Cloud Security Collin Miller writes about eight must-do steps to secure remote access systems.
Many companies, businesses, organizations and startups are moving from a work-at-office to work-at-home model due to the COVID-19 related developments. Because Solugenix has almost 20 years experience refining its own work-at-home model, they can speak from lessons learned on how to do it right the first time.
Arizona-based IT company ADI Computer Solutions has appointed Drew Saum as its new CEO. Saum, who previously served as Solutions Consultant for over a decade with the company, takes on the mantle at a time of significant expansion and change for both ADI and the industry as a whole.
While the move to the cloud is inevitable, how to get there is fraught with misconceptions and risks that need to be managed. There are, however, some simple guidelines which can help establish the framework for a solid cloud strategy.
Six IT startups dominated the 10 winners announced for the Arizona Commerce Authority’s Fall 2019 Innovation Challenge and Botco.ai Inc. was one of them. Botco.ai is a conversational marketing platform enabling meaningful and intelligent conversations between businesses and their customers.
Phoenix College and Maricopa County Community College District are unveiling plans to create a Maricopa IT Institute at Phoenix College, utilizing a currently vacant building located in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The institute will prepare students for high-demand careers and help meet labor market demands within the field of information technology.
When it comes to technology talent, Tucson can’t yet compete with giants like San Francisco and Seattle. But Tucson recently got on the map- literally- as an up-andcoming,smaller North American market for top tech talent in a report issued by CBRE Research.
In recent years, you may have heard some refer to Arizona as the Silicon Desert. But don’t let that nickname conjure up false images of a Silicon Valley copycat. With its unique approach to tech, defense and business, Arizona is forging a path all its own. Leadership at Acronis SCS, as well as the more than thirty people the company hired in less than nine months across a range of disciplines – from security engineering and application hardening to communications and sales – are proud to call it home.