Big news! The City of Reno has proclaimed November 14, 2018 as Dave Archer Day. The Proclamation will be read at the NCET Biz Cafe event on November 14 at Rounds Bakery starting at 3 p.m.
The question of election fatigue aside, one thing is certain as all corners gird for who will fill congressional seats, state offices from the governor on down, and state legislative and local-level lawmaking positions. That certainty is this: Your vote – whatever or whomever you choose – is important.
In last month’s column I looked at how you can protect your privacy and your personal information at home and in your home office. This month, we’ll take a look at the steps you can take to protect your Internet privacy at the office or in your business. To learn more, we asked the advice of three of Northern Nevada’s top Internet privacy experts.
Are businesses and organizations riding the technology-driven waves of the future? Such was the message spread by motivational speaker Michael Tchong, founder of Ubercool Innovation, a trend forecasting agency and incubator, during the fourth annual Nevada Economic Development Conference on Aug. 21 at the Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno.
Dave Archer has been re-elected as president and CEO of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology. Jackie Shelton, APR, has been elected to the NCET board as its vice president of Biz Café, and Mikalee Byerman and Andy Jorgensen have been re-elected to one-year terms on the NCET board.
The New Year will arrive in a few days, so consider these resolutions for your business for 2018.
New, existing and relocating technology companies are making Nevada home in both metro and rural areas, bringing innovation across the board. So far, specific technology clusters have not developed. Nevada is seeing everything from bioscience to construction and telecommunications to entertainment. “In a lot of cities you have a sector that’s doing well or a place where it’s mostly big companies or all start-ups,” said Dave Archer.