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Triangle tech calendar: Crowdfunding meetup; Innovate Raleigh; CED Tech Venture, WTW's Internet of Things - and more
Crowdfunding legislation has yet to pass in North Carolina, but there's a growing group ready to cash in: NC Triangle Crowdfunders. They are participating in SparkCON. In fact, September is going to be very busy with CED Tech Venture, Innovate Raleigh, WRAL TechWire's Internet of Things event - and many more. Check out the details.
Triangle tech calendar: Raleigh Startup Crawl, Innovate Raleigh, Jim Whitehurst, WTW's Internet of Things
August wraps with a bang - Jim Whitehurst of Red Hat's leadership talk - then September brings a host of events: Innovate Raleigh, the Startup Crawl, CED's Tech Venture, WRAL TechWire's Internet of Things event - and much more. Check out the highlights.
If you are interested in learning more about just what the Internet of Things means to you and to your business, then WRAL TechWires' next Executive Exchange event is one you won't want to miss. Jim Davis, chief marketing offer at SAS, and Venessa Harrison, president of AT&T in North Carolina, headline the program. Plus, we have more Triangle tech calendar events.
Analysis: Google reorganized its portfolio on Aug. 10, shifting high-risk and noncore elements into a new holding company called Alphabet while retaining its core ad and attention-generation machine under the Google brand. The move is a crafty way to continue innovating while not being hammered for decelerating revenue and profit growth rates, as CEO Larry Page said, "Google is not a conventional company."
NCTA hosts its annual leadership forum on Friday, headlined by N.C, Treasurer Janet Cowell and Wells Fargo economist Mark Vitner. Plus. the countdown is nearing zero for the fourth annual Innovate Raleigh Summit. And we have more on other tech events, including Red Hat's Jim Whitehurst speaking on innovation.
Internet service providers and trade groups, including AT&T and Verizon, will get their day in court in December to argue against so-called "net neutrality" rules imposed by the FCC earlier this year.
AT&T is unveiling a new package that combines traditional TV and wireless services as it seeks to broaden its offerings following its $48.5 billion purchase of satellite TV company DirecTV about a week ago.