Datto Inc, founded by a Rochester Institute of Technology graduate, is expanding its local operation, promising to create 200 jobs and fill multiple floors of The Metropolitan, formerly Chase Tower. Source: Datto to add 200 jobs downtown
Presenting the 2016 Public Policy Agenda for the Technology Community Bring your lunch and join CTC directors and members as we gather for networking and a presentation on policy updates & CTC’s 2016 Public Policy Agenda. One of CTC’s goals is to help create an environment in Connecticut where technology businesses can start, thrive and grow. The 2016 legislative session officially begins on February 3 and so CTC’s Public Policy Task Force has [...]
NBC Sports opens a Stamford headquarters with almost 600 employees.
A six-month study by the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) to determine Connecticut’s competitive position as a location for hi-tech firms with high jobs growth reveals the state is in danger of losing these critical contributors to economic growth.... A "key take away is that these unusually successful technology entrepreneurs want to be in a place that can adapt and change to support them no matter how large they grow. This is equally true for small and large fast-growing firms".
At the Tech Council, one of most important responsibilities we have is to help a range of constituencies understand the complex yet critical need to support development of an innovation eco-system in Connecticut. The goal is to make it possible for us to be the home of fast growing technology firms, especially start-ups. High growth firms are the only way we can reliably create jobs....
October 2010 – Technology workers in Connecticut are not better off than other occupations during these difficult times. The IT job market in the state remains flat after some promising growth at after some promising growth at the beginning of the year. Employers posted a few more opportunities (up 4.3%) in September, only to recover from the drop in August. This is in stark contrast [...]
CTC networking event on June 17, 2010. Thanks to our hosts at Shipman and Goodwin and to cell leaders, Cathy Intravia and Fred Wergeles for their efforts to put together interesting networking and educational opportunities for tech professionals throughout the year.
Cybersecurity is one of our many focus areas. Read this…