2017 ColoradoBiz Top Techie, Chip Barnes, works with NASA, NOAA and commercial customers, supporting programs through independent design review and new business development.
As people take cybersecurity more seriously, Red Canary wants companies to see it as a core discipline.
Kristen Stiles co-founder and CEO of Sitter.me helps parents find, book and pay babysitters in the new economy and wins ColoradoBiz Magazine's 2017 Top Techies.
HyprLoco's Damon Baker, co-founder and chief technology officer, named one of ColoradoBiz Magazine's 2017 Top Techies of the Year.
ColoradoBiz celebrates the the top tech talent in the state.
One of my mantras is don’t get a job, make a job. With new ideas like fulfillment by Amazon, there are jobs that can be created that can keep the next generation out of a cubicle and out in nature, the nature of the big box stores that have things on clearance.
Led by the Colorado Technology Association, the Nucleus will strengthen the bond between promising companies of Colorado with enterprise tech executives through advisory sessions, events and other collaborative opportunities to accelerate the state’s tech ecosystem.
The Futurist unveils 15 more predictions for life after driverless cars become mainstream.
The Futurist forecasts that the inevitable rollout of driverless vehicles will have a transformative impact on work, play and everything in between.
The first Colorado Tech Trek lures MBA students to Colorado to explore innovative local firms.
Any company that requires parts, products, or people relies on hiccup-free logistics to deliver. Either directly or indirectly, businesses in nearly all fields are investors in logistics powered by geospatial data.
Our current power grid, composed of huge metal towers with dangling wires stretched across every continent in the world will be replaced with a thin strand of graphene, buried underground, that works a million times better than anything we have today.