Posts tagged “Organizations”
"Triangulate will help us better organize the entrepreneurial network," says Joan Siefert Rose, president of the CED. "It helps us find each other, and it also helps people outside of the region look at the Triangle."
Internet2, in conjunction with Juniper Networks, Ciena and Brocade, are giving you the opportunity to walk away with up to $10,000 for a winning networking idea though the new 2013 Internet2 Innovative Application Awards.
The latest IT Job Trends report from the North Carolina Technology Association shows a slight uptick in advertised openings across the state for April, but the market remains sluggish compared to a year ago. What skills are in most demand? Where is opportunity declining? We've got the numbers.
The Bull City, along with help from other partners from across the Triangle, is looking to create a southeast version of SXSX, the music, film, tech and interactive festival that has become an incredibly popular event to showcase Austin, Texas. WRALTechWire Insiders can learn more about the upcoming "Paradoxos."
WRALTechWire readers who sign on as subscribers and become Insiders can save $20 off the admission price to the North Carolina Technology Association's annual "State of Technology" conference on Thursday.
High-speed connectivity and new data center capabilities at the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute near Asheville are allowing people all over the world to access some the best scientific instruments available today for research and education in one of the most remote locations found in North Carolina.
Nestled in the mountains of North Carolina, the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI) is one of the most treasured educational facilities in the state that many probably have never of - until now.
A national Big Data consortium is launching from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Renaissance Computing Institute with the goal of identifying problems with and finding solutions for working with large amounts of data.
Business has been an important part of our state culture of collaboration and partnership with government and education. So it is very exciting to see the NC Chamber offer a vision for North Carolina in 2030.
Despite concerns that the federal budget squabbles in Washington might cut into high-tech job demand, the number of advertised openings across North Carolina actually increased in March. But a new report warns the spring blossom may be short-lived.
Analysis: Mark Johnson, chief technology officer at MCNC which operates the statewide North Carolina Research and Education Network, believes SDN will enable smarter networks for "cloud" computing and data management.
Broadband is a vital piece of infrastructure for North Carolina's economy in 2013 and will be even more critical by 2030. If we all can work together now, North Carolina can add the "Fast Broadband State" to its "Good Roads State" moniker, according to MCNC President and CEO Joe Freddoso.
CED's Start Something blog: Now in the SEBIO competition's seventh year, there's an additional bonus: T he winner will receive a $10,000 cash prize to help the winning company achieve a business development milestone.
The EveryoneOn campaign that launched last week aims to help the 62 million Americans who do not have the digital literacy skills they need to succeed and help them understand the relevance the Internet has in their lives.
The Research Triangle Foundation brought new energy to a tired research park Tuesday night with its new entrepreneur and innovator event called #RTP180, which showcased the Triangle's entrepreneurial diversity.
MCNC has been named to the 2013 class of IDG's Computerworld Honors Program. This annual award honors entities that use IT to promote positive social, economic and educational change.
North Carolina is leading the nation through the Certified Educational Chief Technology Officer (CeCTO) program, which kicked off its fourth year last month.
CED's Start Something blog: Sumit Vohra isn't your typical CED entrepreneur, in that his product is based on the precise combination of malt, barley, American hops, and brewer's yeast. Nevertheless, Vohra understands the entrepreneurial culture here in the Triangle. In fact, it's one of his fundamental assumptions in starting his business.
The number of information technology jobs across North Carolina increased slightly for the second straight month in February, but the latest NCTA IT Job trends report warns that growth is "tepid" and worse news may be coming. Nationally, IT job openings fell 4.5 percent.