Intellectual property invariably will be a tech startup's most valuable asset. Startups need to take proactive legal steps at the outset to protect their IP from theft/infringement, as well as from excessive taxation.
The Colorado Technology Association’s Tech Tour rolled into Grand Junction, known for the Colorado National Monument and Book Cliffs of the Grand Valley, extreme mountain biking and its legacy in the oil and gas industry.
The second day of the Colorado Tech Tour included a view of the Rocky Mountains, with stops in Frisco and Vail. ColoradoBiz caught up with Amy Kemp, founder of Mountaintop Media and ELEVATE coSpace in Frisco.
With technology constantly changing, investors feel that it is difficult to find the best way to protect themselves. So what can you do now?
There is no formula to triumph as a programmer. Attention to detail is key, and an ability to problem-solve and self-start to uncover answers to questions are musts. But perhaps the most important quality is this one.
If a neural lace is able to completely integrate with the human brain, it should eventually be possible to master brain-to-brain communications, control sleep patterns and do brain-searches of the Internet.
When businesses become actively engaged with the educational system, and all students (especially those who might otherwise be overlooked for—or unaware of—key opportunities) are given the chance to expand their work-based learning opportunities, everybody wins.
After 28 years as a crop consultant in Colorado, Maya Kuile-Miller of Cactus Hill Ag Consulting in the San Luis Valley is looking forward to a technology that may just save her knees.
Computer coding boot camps are short-term, intensive programming schools that seek to teach students real-world skills, enabling them to find and secure competitive roles at top companies.
There is a fundamental misunderstanding regarding data security compliance, often referred to as ‘PCI Compliance’. Many believe that it guarantees security and that it protects consumers.
What would it look like if data collected by the government could work for entrepreneurs to build business? What type of innovation can we create from data that’s already collected?
“Would you like fries with that?” will be asked by McRobots everywhere. This automation has been coming for years – robotics began replacing factory workers in automobile plants decades ago – but lately has been accelerating.