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Posts tagged “NCTA”

2:55 p.m. Tuesday

#WTWTrends for Tuesday: #ComeTechOutNC, Triangle Tuesdays, #ASTC2014 Trending in the Triangle

Trending in the Triangle Trending in the Triangle: Get the pulse of technology in the Triangle with the best in local technology, venture, biotech, and life science news on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014 as curated by @WRALTechWire.

October 10

September surprise: NC high-tech job openings tumble 6%

In what is described as a surprise, the number of information technology jobs publicly advertised on a daily basis across North Carolina fell 6.1 percent last month. So reports the North Carolina Technology Association. But perhaps saddest of all is this: Job openings remain below those posted in September of 2013 and 2012. However, job demand spikes in a few categories.

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October 8

#WTWTrends for Wednesday: Fiber, Bluemix, Schmitt, Startup Weekend trending in the Triangle

Trending in the Triangle Trending in the Triangle: Get the pulse of technology in the Triangle with the best in local technology, venture, biotech, and life science news on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 as curated by @WRALTechWire.

October 8

Here's another shoutout to NCTA's 'Top 10 Startups to Watch'

NCTA's new awards WRAL TechWire reported on Monday finalists and some early-declared winners for the North Carolina Technology Association's annual technology awards. But in case you missed it, we wanted to repeat our shout-out for a new award category: Startups to watch.

October 6

#WTWTrends for Monday: NCTA, #BobDeBardelaben, Yoga, RTP trending in the Triangle

Trending in the Triangle Trending in the Triangle: Get the pulse of technology in the Triangle with the best in local technology, venture, biotech, and life science news on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014 as curated by @WRALTechWire.

October 6

Premium Lock NCTA announces finalists, some winners for annual technology awards

The North Carolina Technology Association's finalists for its 2014 technology awards is out - and the long list ranges from companies large to small across the state. Some winners also are named, including Brett Martin of Castle Branch as Tech Exec of the Year. Plus, top 10 startups to watch also disclosed.

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Updated September 26

Who is Susan DeVore ... and why would you vote for her as NC's Tech Exec of the Year?

NCTA's new awards NC Tech Awards is Nov. 6 and you can vote between now and Sept. 30 for the Tech Exec of the Year. The N.C. Technology Association is running interviews with each of the contenders throughout September. The fifth interview features Susan DeVore of Premier, Inc.

Updated September 26

Who is Joe Colopy ... and why would you vote for him as NC's Tech Exec of the Year?

NCTA's new awards NC Tech Awards is Nov. 6 and you can vote between now and Sept. 30 for the Tech Exec of the Year. The N.C. Technology Association is running interviews with each of the contenders throughout September. The third interview features Joe Colopy of Bronto.

Updated September 26

Who is Brett Martin ... and why would you vote for him as NC's Tech Exec of the Year?

NCTA's new awards NC Tech Awards is Nov. 6 and you can vote between now and Sept. 30 for the Tech Exec of the Year. The N.C. Technology Association is running interviews with each of the contenders throughout September. The fourth interview features Brett Martin of Castle Branch.

September 26

Who is Jay Parker ... and why would you vote for him as NC's Tech Exec of the Year?

NCTA's new awards NC Tech Awards is Nov. 6 and you can vote between now and Sept. 30 for the Tech Exec of the Year. The N.C. Technology Association is running interviews with each of the contenders throughout September. The second interview features Jay Parker of Lenovo.

September 24

Premium Lock #WTWTrends for Wednesday: Duke entrepreneurs, Sageworks, Cisco layoffs and wind power get attention

Trending in the Triangle Trending in the Triangle: Get the pulse of technology in the Triangle with the best in local technology, venture, biotech, and life science news on Wednesday as curated by @WRALTechWire.

September 23

Premium Lock Who is Mort O'Sullivan ... and why would you vote for him as NC's Tech Exec of the Year?

NCTA's new awards NC Tech Awards is Nov. 6 and you can vote between now and Sept. 30 for the Tech Exec of the Year. The N.C. Technology Association is running interviews with each of the contenders throughout September. The first interview features Mort O'Sullivan of ARCA.

August 14

Premium Lock High-tech job openings in N.C. fall 5.5% in July

The daily average of information technology job openings advertised across N.C. fell 5.5 percent in July from June, but the new IT Job Trends report from the N.C. Technology Association says the employment picture is better than the statistics indicate.

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August 4

Premium Lock NCTA names STEM scholarship winners

NCTA Every year, NCTA honors the memory of its founding CEO, Betsy Y. Justus, by awarding a scholarship in her name. This year, the scholarship was expanded to provide two students with a $4,000 scholarship and a computer from Lenovo.

Updated July 15

Premium Lock NCTA renames its '21 Awards,' to honor winners with 'Beacon'

North Carolina's "Academy Awards" program for technology is getting a new name from the North Carolina Technology Association. A wide variety of individuals and companies will receive "Beacon" honors as "21 Awards" disappears.

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July 11

Premium Lock NC tech jobs market continues month to month growth

While average daily tech job openings in June were up more than 21 percent over May, the figures were actually down compared to previous years. Read more about the report.

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Updated June 30

Premium Lock NCTA launches 'NC Tech Talk' Internet radio program

NC Tech Talk The North Carolina Technology Association launches internet radio show today (Monday) in an effort to deliver more relevant content to its membership and the technology business community.

Updated June 13

Premium Lock IT job openings in NC rise again, continuing monthly trend

The IT job market in North Carolina continued the modest expansion its seen incrementally since the beginning of the year in May, with job openings up 4.8 percent more than in April, according to the new IT Jobs Trend report from N.C. Technology Association and SkillProof. While this mirrors the national trend of increasing IT job openings nationwide this year after declining every month during the second half of 2013, only employers in the defense industry has a slightly more pronounced increase in average daily job openings.

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Tags: NCTA, New jobs
Updated May 29

Premium Lock NCTA steps up support for 'patent troll' legislation

Members of the North Carolina General Assembly area hearing an increasing crescendo of support from key members of the state's technology industry to act on "patent troll" legislation. Helping organize those efforts is the North Carolina Technology Association.

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Updated May 16

Premium Lock Good news for IT job seekers: NC openings grow 2.6% in April

More information technology jobs were available in April - and that's no joke. The new IT Job Trends report from the North Carolina Technology Association shows that the daily advertised average of IT jobs increased 2.6 percent. Says the report: "Labor demand bottom out earlier this year."

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