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.
James Bates has been inventing and managing the development of revolutionary technology for more than 20 years, which has provided him with the unique perspective on how artificial intelligence will transform healthcare. As the founder, president and CEO of AdviNOW Medical, he adeptly utilizes artificial intelligence and augmented reality to completely automate the medical patient encounter outside the actual patient-provider consult.
IT-Ready is a program of Creating IT Futures, a nonprofit charity founded by CompTIA with the mission of helping populations under-represented in the information technology industry and individuals lacking in opportunity to prepare for, secure and be successful in tech careers.
Dataforth products and solutions are used worldwide, sold and supported by a network of over 130 U.S. and international representatives and distributors. As a testament to the integrity and stability of this company, many original employees are still there.
West-MEC and South Mountain Community College are working hard to connect their students to industry partners to help the students gain hands on experiences to better prepare them to become future industry professional in cybersecurity.
The Maricopa Community College Foundation (MCCF) recently received a grant from the JP Morgan Chase Foundation to provide training to veterans and their spouses, assist with the transition from military life to the civilian workforce and provide a pathway for long-term, sustainable careers.