Lesbians Who Tech brings visibility to the community in Phoenix
Dec11

Lesbians Who Tech brings visibility to the community in Phoenix

Lesbians Who Tech is an inclusive and non-conforming community for queer women who are in or around the tech space. This group is open to the allies that support these women and is a safe space to be more visible to others and to get more women, queer or not, in the technology community. Lesbians Who Tech is the most substantial LGBTQ network of technologist in the world. They serve over 25,000 women and their allies across the globe....

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GCU teams up with Open Arizona Cyber Warfare Range- Metro Phoenix
Dec05

GCU teams up with Open Arizona Cyber Warfare Range- Metro Phoenix

With cyber warfare becoming an ever-present threat upon our natural way of life in the 21st century, a brand new state of the art cyber warfare range is coming to Phoenix’s very own Grand Canyon University as the range will act as a cybersecurity operating station. Grand Canyon University, Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA), a non-profit organization that teams up with the FBI, the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information...

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Five flexible lease options for tech companies besides co-working
Oct31

Five flexible lease options for tech companies besides co-working

Five flexible lease options for tech companies besides co-working Building an engaging environment in the technology sector is becoming increasingly important to attracting and retaining employees. Tech giants are pouring resources into state-of-the-art spaces but not all small to mid-stage companies are able to do the same. Construction costs continue to grow and, therefore, it costs 30% more today to build an engaging workplace than...

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Why Company Culture is an Essential Part of Successful Digital Transformations
Oct25

Why Company Culture is an Essential Part of Successful Digital Transformations

Many businesses begin digital transformations with a lot of energy and good intentions, but fail to create lasting change. A year down the line, the same leaders can end up around the same table where they first initiated the efforts and wondered where it all went wrong. More often than not the answer comes back to the same thing: company culture. Without changing how your company operates at a fundamental level, individual changes to...

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Tempe company Instant Data Centers reinvents the data center industry
Sep07

Tempe company Instant Data Centers reinvents the data center industry

Instant Data Centers (IDC) was born in Tempe, AZ in December of 2015 when Russ Dailey, the CTO of IDC, knew of a company with a brilliant idea and product that was, unfortunately, going bankrupt. Russ bought the company in an auction, and Instant Data Centers was born. The technology was cutting-edge, and Russ was ready to maximize its full potential and successfully get the product out into the world. With the amount of virtual...

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