CIO: What the top 5 metro areas pay for hot IT jobs
The war for IT talent in 2017 is becoming even more competitive - and even more expensive. The demand for talent certainly isn't slowing down, and companies are offering hefty compensation packages to try and fill open roles.
Inergy introduces the Powerblade at ITC's Cybersecurity Energy Connected 2017 Conference
Inergy Solar, one of Idaho’s promising clean-technology startups and the makers of the Kodiak Solar Generator, a finalist for Idaho’s 2016 Consumer Product of the Year award, introduced the Inergy Powerblade solution today at the Cybersecurity Energy Connected 2017 Conference in Boise, Idaho. The Powerblade packs 3 kilowatt-hours of power in a two rack unit (2RU) space and fits in most server racks.
Help Idaho Dept. of Labor Support Tech Workforce
The Idaho Department of Labor is looking for feedback to aid in workforce development planning for technology workers. Too much of the information we receive is anecdotal and it has been difficult accurately project industry requirements for this segment of the workforce.
VB Google will open-source its Earth Enterprise on-premises software in March
Google today announced that in March it will open-source its Google Earth Enterprise software, which lets organizations deploy Google Maps and Google Earth in their on-premises data center infrastructure.
CB Insights: New Breed: Pet Tech Is Seeing Investor Interest Take Off
Editor's Note: AmeriSourceBergen, recently merged with Idaho leader MWI Animal Health, has invested in three additional companies. This investment shows MWI Animal Health's leadership in a strong and growing industry.
FCW: Trump taps family friend as tech adviser
Business Insider: HP Enterprise just bought a $1 billion startup for $650 million
HP Enterprise has bought SimpliVity, a Massachussetts-based storage startup, for $650 million in cash.
REDI: Expansion Solution magazine highlights East Idaho $1.65 billion-dollar U.S. Navy facility
IDAHO DIGITAL LEARNING ACADEMY: Building Idaho's future workforce
by Malcolm Hong
COMPTIA: The human factor in cybersecurity
Of all the vulnerabilities, human error plays an even larger role in business security breaches today compared to two years ago, especially for companies in maturing economies. To counter those threats approximately nine in 10 firms are now employing security training to assess or improve knowledge among employees, according to CompTIA's International Trends in Cybersecurity report.