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In looking ahead to a better networked future, "The secret sauce is the connectivity in North Carolina," says Brooks Raiford, chief executive officer of the North Carolina Technology Association.
Extreme Networks, U.S. Ignite, the North Carolina Technology Association, and MCNC will celebrate advanced networking technologies in North Carolina on Thursday with "Networking the Future North Carolina" in Research Triangle Park.
The North Carolina Technology Association is hosting Walt Mossberg, the Wall Street Journal's personal technology columnist since 1991, and co-creator of D: All Things Digital, on Jan. 17 for a discussion about the post-PC era.
The number of information technology openings plunged to 3,700 in October, down 10 percent from the previous month and also fell below the daily advertised average of jobs listed in both October 2011 and October 2010, according to the North Carolina IT Job Trends report from the North Carolina Technology Association.
High-tech job seekers are facing a toughening environment across North Carolina, a new report shows. Advertised IT open positions plunged 12 percent in September and have fallen for three consecutive months.
Sharon Allan of Accenture, Lee Congdon of Red Hat, Jesse Lipson of Citrix and Jeff Stovall of the City of Charlotte are the finalists for the award from the North Carolina Technology Association.
The North Carolina Technology Association's "21 Awards" are North Carolina's most prestigious statewide technology honors. Finalists were disclosed Wednesday for 18 of the categories.
The average number of advertised job listings on a daily basis across North Carolina fell again in August to 4,660. That's the second straight monthly decline and fourth over the past five months.
While job openings are up sharply compared to a year ago, they also are down by more than 1,000 from May, the N.C. Technology Association reports.
Information technology job seekers face the prospect of a market where demand isn't likely to increase until "general economic growth is demonstrated," the North Carolina Technology Association says in its monthly jobs report.