As organizations transform and adopt new technologies to support increasing demands of business operations, security issues continue to rise.
In 2019, coming up with an app idea, let alone one that consumers will ultimately find useful and pay for, comes with its own set of difficulties. Raika helps companies collect the data and knowledge required to determine if their app ideas can transform into a business that makes money.
Solar United Neighbors is a national vendor-neutral, nonprofit organization that has recently started building its presence in Colorado. It is now opening a co-op in Denver.
Rockies Venture Club and Hispanics and Technology hosted four Hispanic-led tech startups for a venture pitch night. This is part of a greater effort to diversify the technology and venture capital industries.
Colorado boasts four of the nation’s top 25 metro areas with the highest percentage of household broadband penetration
AI will infiltrate the entertainment industry and rewrite the rules for fame, engagement, accomplishment and, most importantly, our way of thinking about success.
As the majority of cardiac arrests happen at home, CEO and founder Gary Montague started HeartHero to develop “a truly affordable, portable device that is empowering to the layperson.”
While things like this seemed extreme in the past, each new technology breakthrough makes past difficult projects seem infinitely more doable today.
As technology continues to evolve, smart city philosophies and features will play an increasingly important role in homeowner purchase decisions and have long-term impacts on property values.
With 27.2 million passengers projected for 2018 and only 20 percent of U.S. citizens having ever taken a cruise, there is an enormous untapped market left to conquer.
Very few newsstands remain in Colorado. Nearly all are victims of a digital transformation in which all information is supposed to be free. It’s a terrible mantra for merchants of the printed word.
Nonprofit Solar United Neighbors (SUN) kicked off in early March in Fort Collins. After the second launch in Steamboat Springs in mid-March, SUN plans to move into more cities across the state.