Technology companies continue to flock to Northern Nevada. In addition to bringing a slate of new jobs to the region, they also are providing an influx of capital that’s reshaping the region’s new economy.
Google broke ground in Nevada on its newest data center and announced a new Google Cloud region. The tech company also kicked off a $1 million Google.org Impact Challenge Nevada and called on nonprofits throughout the state to submit their boldest ideas to create economic opportunities for their community.
Did you know consumers make more than 160 billion searches per month on Google alone? Everyone wants to take advantage of this, either through PPC campaigns or a strong SEO strategy. How far do some companies go?
Join us in person for free training, demos, coaching with Googlers and more on August 6 at the Nevada Museum of Art form 9 AM until 5 PM – Drop in for 5 minutes or stay the whole day. We’ll have workshops, one-on-one coaching, hands-on demos, networking and more!
Hey, Google, when is the “Grow With Google” tour coming to Reno? The answer is, “a lot sooner than you think.” Google’s national digital training tour will make a stop in the Biggest Little City on August 6.
Virtual reality has the potential to become a mainstream technology, but it’s not a level playing field for men and women. An interdisciplinary research team at the University of Nevada, Reno aims to make VR more accessible to women. VR sickness, which can include symptoms like nausea, drowsiness and disorientation, is still considered a major barrier to the mass market success of virtual reality.
Nanotechnology could soon help clean up almost all of the dirty water in Northern Nevada, making it safe to drink, Lance Gilman, the partner broker of the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Complex, said this week on “Nevada Newsmakers.”