With Citrix’s future in South Florida uncertain, tech leaders in South Florida were interviewed by the Sun Sentinel to give their input on how the possible move of the tech giant to Silicon Valley could affect the local tech front. Deborah Vazquez, CEO of PROTECH, was interviewed for the story.
Google is out and Alphabet is in. With anti-trust issues in Europe and so many unique branches making up the current Google (AdWords, YouTube, Gmail, Docs, Maps, Cars, etc, etc, etc), it’s no longer your grandmother’s search engine. Instead of operating all of those subsidiary companies under the Google name, they’ll all be under a conglomerate called Alphabet.
Disrupting an entire industry isn’t easy and certainly isn’t for the faint of heart. The biggest hurtle is disrupting people’s perceptions. AirBNB is a perfect example of a disruptive startup.
Yesterday Netflix announced a new policy that’s getting them lots of attention: Unlimited Maternity and Paternity Leave during the first year after a child’s birth or adoption.
What does a female engineer look like?
When this ad, put together by OneLogin in San Francisco, was posted in BART (San Fran’s metro), people began to question what an engineer is supposed to look like. Or, specifically, what a female engineer is supposed to look like.
If food startups have their way, animals one day may no longer be in the equation for burgers, cheese and even eggs. Here are five of the most disruptive food startups and how they’re impacting the industry.