What does broadband have to do with Birmingham? Continue reading “AT&T commits to bringing broadband to over 66,000 rural Alabamians”
You might have noticed that Netflix, Reddit, Kickstarter, Spotify, and a ton more websites added an element. Wondering what the Battle for the Net is? Read on, because it can (and probably will) affect what you are allowed to see on the internet. Continue reading “Net Neutrality, or why you don’t pay extra for Netflix”
Congratulations to Shy, the winner of our first pair of FREE Sloss Tech tickets. Don’t miss your chance to win your pair.
Sloss Tech will host some of Birmingham’s own brightest, in addition to national speakers like Tiki Barber and Casey Niestat.
I spoke with three of them, and they had a lot to say about Birmingham!
Interested in entrepreneurship and the latest and greatest of the tech world, don’t miss your chance to win these FREE tickets.
Planet Fundraiser, a tech company based right here in Birmingham, helps businesses give back to charitable causes with ease.
That means businesses near you are looking to support causes that you care about!
For the first time, Birmingham, AL was competing on the national tech stage with its Sloss Tech event, but if you didn’t go last year, don’t worry!
The event was such a success that another will be hosted this July 14th, at the Lyric Theatre, and we expect it to be even better.
Birmingham is quickly making a name for itself as the place to start a new tech company in the South. Right now, the United States has more than half a million tech-related job openings! But how can you find these jobs? You can always look at Bham Now’s own job posting section, but on June 15th, the Tech Jobs Tour comes to Birmingham!
The current revival initiatives and tactics in Birmingham are simple; restore yet maintain the city’s historic districts.
According to al.com, Sloss Furnaces will soon be the site of a new “world class” arts tech hub!
By Wade Cline and JH Daniel
AT&T invested more than $1.1 billion in the company’s Alabama wireless and wired networks during 2014–2016. These investments drive a wide range of upgrades to reliability, coverage, speed and overall performance for residents and businesses. They also improve critical services that support public safety and first responders.
EBSCO Industries, a Forbes’ top privately-held company, headquartered in Birmingham has 6,000 employees in 25 businesses worldwide. Better yet, this innovative company has loyal employees who love their jobs. And, they are hiring! Is EBSCO right for you?
Terri Williams watches her hearing-impaired brother-in-law communicate effortless by texting or using sign langue through video chat, and she can’t help but marvel at the amazing times in which we live.
Have you ever seen the old Ghost in the Shell series? It was awesome, you should watch it. More importantly, though, it’s becoming more and more relevant: far too many computers today are vulnerable to malware.
Last week, a multi-continent attack crippled Britain’s National Health Services, among other individuals and groups. How can you ensure your own computers are secure?
Searching for talent or looking for a job? In today’s, Bham Now tech spotlight we feature Fetch Talent, LLC, a new business with an innovative hiring platform.
Fetch is working to make it easier for potential employees and companies to connect in today’s competitive job market with a new talent driven hiring platform.
This exciting hiring platform has set its sights on Nashville to expand its business.
The self proclaimed, “uber for babysitting”, Wyndy, has reached yet another milestone in its quest to innovate a society old industry, of raising $80,550!