Two companies that held grand openings for their facilities this month continue the trend of economic growth in Kentucky.
Confuse The Machine used advanced artificial intelligence (AI) analytics to determine which U.S. states are best equipped to withstand a hypothetical AI tech uprising. The findings might surprise you.
Lubbock's reputation as a conduit for growth in technology and cybersecurity is supported by its robust pool of talent, accessibility, resources and low cost of business.
Initiatives on the federal, state, and local levels need to align to boost a STEM-savvy workforce.
The National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy (NCWES) addresses immediate and long-term cyber workforce needs.
Recent breaches of MGM and Caesars are proof that no company — or industry — is safe from sophisticated, aggressive and frequent cyber attacks.
Israeli cybersecurity company Cybecs will establish its regional headquarters in Tampa, Florida and plans to bring 150 jobs to the area.
Infinity Labs, a veteran-founded cybersecurity firm, selected Colorado Springs, Colorado, to expand, citing its “top talent pool."
Critical event management company OnSolve is deepening its commitment to innovation and creating 100 jobs in Bengaluru, accelerating the advancement of its OnSolve Platform.
The state of West Virginia has allotted $45 million for the planned center at this university already recognized as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense by NSA.
Wabtec will create 38 new manufacturing jobs in Salem, while cybersecurity firm Fortreum will create 53 jobs at its new HQ in Loudoun County.
West Texas welcomes three companies that will invest $50M in Lubbock, as well as Albers Aerospace, who will invest $500M in Amarillo.
Business Facilities' 2023 LiveXchange Emerging Industries event will take place in Columbus, OH, October 4-6, 2023.
The global leader in online protection will open up a new regional facility located at The Star in Frisco, TX.
Dubbed "DC’s Comeback Plan," Washington, DC’s new economic development plan is already helping one technology company grow in the district.
With digital transformation, businesses become increasingly reliant on technology. The underlying network infrastructure has emerged as a silent powerhouse behind the transformation.
Bridgestone Americas will add 160 jobs at its tire manufacturing plant in Heredia, while bot management and account security firm Arkose Labs opens an office in San Jose.
Where tech talent is concentrated is one of the most influential factors in the potential growth of the industry in a region.
In innovation hubs, local entities work together to provide the resources growing companies need to foster discovery and advancement.
Ottawa as will serve as Nokia's Canadian HQ for research and development in 5G, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and cybersecurity.