Posts tagged “NCTA”
Moogfest is an annual arts and music festival but last week the North Carolina Technology Association teamed up with member Moog Music to add some high-tech to the show. Called "Synthesis," the showcase included SAS and other firms. NCTA's Marc Montoro reports on what happened an Synthesis and why the tech firms chose to participate.
The North Carolina Technology Association released a second wave of speakers this week for the organization's upcoming State of Technology conference in Durham on May 16.
Frank Drendel, founder and chairman of CommScope, and N.C. Representative Jason Saine will receive two of the top three individual awards from the North Carolina Technology Association at its annual 21 Awards program next month.
Cisco's $1B cloud play; NCTA 'State of Technology' event; Nokia-Microsoft; BlackBerry real estate sale
In today's Bulldog roundup: NCTA names NFL mobile exec as keynote for State of Technology conference; Cisco's $1B "cloud" play targets Amazon; Nokia-Microsoft deal on hold; and BlackBerry is selling much of its Canadian real estate.
The North Carolina Technology Association's State of Technology event in May now has a new segment targeting mobile technology companies looking to pitch many of the technology movers and shakers in the state.
The daily average of advertised information technology jobs in North Carolina dipped to a two-year low in January - 3,000. That's the grim news from the latest North Carolina IT Job Trends report.
The daily average of advertised information technology jobs across North Carolina remained unchanged from November, thus ending a five consecutive month decline. However, openings remain below those listed in December 2012 and 2011.
Alcatel mulls sale; McCrory at NCTA; Compuware board; SciQuest conference; Novartis-Japan probe; Sanofi $700M drug buy; Red Hat-backed case to high court
In our Bulldog blog's tech and life science news update: Alcatel-Lucent considers hardware sale; N.C. governor to address NCTA event; Compuware shakes up its board to avoid proxy fight; SciQuest sets annual conference with hockey hero Mike Eruzione as a speaker; Novartis faces inquiry over drug in Japan; Sanofi pays $700M for drug; Red Hat-backed patent case appeal to be heard by the Supreme Court.
Joan Myers and her partner Randall Williams, a veteran who recently left U.S. Special Operations Command, teamed up to form Strategic Link Partners. The two are targeting technology needs for the U.S. defense and intelligence establishment. On Thursday they announced their first acquisition: Raleigh-based DigaForce, a social media intelligence firm. Are they scared in launching a new business? Not hardly. WRALTechWire Insiders can access the full, exclusive story.
A new report this week about high-tech hiring in North Carolina concludes that there are fewer openings than in the same month for 2012 and 2011. But are there really more jobs available than those advertised? In a new series launching today for our Insider members, WRALTechWire will be taking an in-depth look at the IT job market.
Looking for a job? The list of technology-focused firms that are growing and hiring in the Triangle is growing, says Chris Dale, regional vice president of talent management firm Select Group. Dale offers enticing details in an exclusive interview with WRALTechWire Editor Rick Smith.
As temperatures have fallen, so has the number of open information technology jobs across North Carolina. A new report shows that the daily advertised list of available jobs declined for the fifth consecutive month in November.
Three organizations based in the Triangle are putting on an event Thursday designed to match companies looking to fill job openings and people looking for work or a career move.
Some job listings for specific categories of high-tech employment, such as hardware engineering, increased in September from the previous month. But overall openings declined for the third consecutive month and are well under the total openings a year earlier.
For job seekers in the information technology sector, the news is getting worse - not better. A new report from the N.C. Technology Associations finds that job openings declined again in August and warns that the outlook for hiring is worsening.