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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference to draw 500 geek girls to Phoenix – April 26-28

April 23, 2015 |

Women engineers, startups, entrepreneurs, scientists, venture capitalists, academics and more will descend on Downtown Phoenix for the Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference held on April 26 -28 at the Hotel Palomar.

This premier female-focused event, will draw close to 500 … Read More

The Startup Journal – Building an Audience

April 23, 2015 |

For our fourth entry of the AZ Tech Beat Startup Journal, we spoke to Stephen Campbell and Dan Roberts, the co-founders of Tip.ly, a payment application that allows you to pay anyone, anywhere, without the exchange of personal information. The two founders … Read More

Ipro tech hires new vp of client strategy

April 23, 2015 |

Phoenix based software solution provider of litigation data, Ipro Tech, hired a new vice president of client strategy, according to a statement from the company.

Paul Armbruster took the helm of client strategy at Ipro where he will maximize the firm’s … Read More

Scottsdale’s OneNeck IT Solutions named to 2015 CRN Tech Elite 250 List

April 22, 2015 |

The Channel Company has named Scottsdale’s OneNeck IT Solutions to the CRN Tech Elite 250. This annual list recognizes an elite group of IT solution providers, who have invested in the training and education needed to earn the most advanced … Read More

Blake Irving helps produce CODE docu to expose gender gap in tech

April 21, 2015 |

A new documentary hits the screens exposing the gender gap of women engineers in the technology industry. Code: Debugging the Gender Gap, a film by Robin Hauser Reynolds, delves into the digital divide of women and minorities entering into the … Read More

Local gaming companies find success on kickstarter

April 21, 2015 |

Becoming the supreme ruler of a galaxy and competing against your friends has just become a possibility through the dice-based game, Tiny Epic Galaxies.

Queen Creek-based Gamelyn Games recently completed another successful crowdfunding campaign through Kickstarter, raising  $411,693 when its … Read More

U of A announces new iSchool

April 20, 2015 |

The University of Arizona will be opening a new school in July focused on information research and technology.

The School of Information, or, less formally, “iSchool,” will focus on developing solutions to information-based problems for technology and information based businesses.

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Leverage disruptive technology to boost your bottom line – Lunch and Learn – April 24

April 20, 2015 |

Last month’s AZ Tech Beat Lunch and Learn was all about the Customer Experience (CX) with Justin MacDonald, Infusionsoft’s Manager of Customer Experience. MacDonald shared the “6 Secrets to Enhancing your Customer’s Experience” and understanding your customer’s journey as they connect with a … Read More

Gadgets for the Guru: It’s Tee Time – Golf gadgets

April 17, 2015 |

Arizona is known for our impeccable and world-renown list of golf courses, and let’s face it, the weather is beautiful. Book your next tee time and take these awesome gadgets along with you. Jam out to music with a portable Bluetooth … Read More

Avnet announces winners of 2015 Avnet Tech Games  

April 17, 2015 |

Leading global technology distributor Avnet, Inc. announced the 2015 winners of the 10th Annual Avnet Tech Games. Of the more than 200 students from universities and community colleges who competed in the games, 31 students collected $1,000 scholarships. Additionally, nine … Read More