Meet Danny Estavillo
Apr17

Meet Danny Estavillo

Danny Estavillo is the Southwest Regional Director for The Nerdery. He’s the voice to a bunch of talented Nerds who focus on creating amazing digital experiences for The Nerdery’s customers. On any given day, he’s working on management, strategy for acquiring new customers and building new partnerships, and making sure his team has the resources necessary for growing their relationships in the southwest. What part of Arizona do you...

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ASU’s Technology Office brings the IoT to Sun Devil Stadium
Apr10

ASU’s Technology Office brings the IoT to Sun Devil Stadium

If you haven’t heard (or seen it posted on billboards, buses, and sometimes the Metro Light Rail), you’ll know it now: Arizona State University has been ranked #1 for innovation two years in a row. But where does that innovation actually happen? A lot of it occurs at the University Technology Office located inside Sun Devil Stadium. Chris Richardson is the Assistant Vice President of the University Technology Office (UTO). Over the...

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Meet Spencer Thomason and Eric Vance
Apr05

Meet Spencer Thomason and Eric Vance

Spencer Thomason and Eric Vance are software developers and co-founders of Clean Router, a wireless router that filters the Internet for parents who want to keep their kids safe online. Unlike software filters that you have to configure individually per device, the Clean Router automatically filters the Internet at the source with one simple device. With over 8,000 units sold, the Clean Router is the ultimate parental control! What...

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Support Arizona maker Joey Hudy on GoFundMe
Mar31

Support Arizona maker Joey Hudy on GoFundMe

At just 14, Anthem’s Joey Hudy dazzled the US by joining President Obama in shooting a marshmallow across the State Dining Room of the White House. He’d come to present a 10-inch LED cube he’d created at the White House Science Fair, where he quickly became the poster boy for other young “makers.” The next few years allowed him to return to the White House twice and attend Maker Faires in New York, San Francisco, Paris, and Rome. Joey...

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Busting the myth that the cloud is less secure
Mar24

Busting the myth that the cloud is less secure

Despite its recent popularity, the cloud is often misunderstood. In fact, to a lot of people, storing information in the cloud means that files are floating around in an empty space, free for hackers and other nosy people to grab. This misconception prevents many businesses from taking advantage of the wide range of capabilities the cloud has to offer. It’s time to “bust the myth” that the cloud is somehow less secure than traditional...

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