Jacksonville ranks among top 15 tech talent markets

(Courtesy of Jacksonville Business Journal) Jacksonville has been named among the 15 best cities in the U.S. to find tech talent in a report by Forrester Research Inc. (Nasdaq: FORR), a national market research firm. Forrester divided its list of the top 15 tech cities into three categories: elite tech talent markets, value tech talent … Continue reading Jacksonville ranks among top 15 tech talent markets

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One Call’s ride service hits milestones, sees new opportunities

(Courtesy of Jacksonville Business Journal) One Call, a national provider of health care solutions for the workers’ compensation industry, has seen rapid growth in its RelayRIDE system and is now expanding it into new markets. Almost 170 medical care providers now use RelayRIDE to get patients to appointments at nearly 5,000 non-emergency medical facilities. RelayRIDE … Continue reading One Call’s ride service hits milestones, sees new opportunities

Infosys built its global machine with Indian workers. Can it adjust to Trump’s ‘Hire American’?

(courtesy of Jacksonville Business Journal) When Infosys, a big Indian technology outsourcing company, opened a new office in Indianapolis this year, executives hailed it as a step along a new path. Infosys built itself into a global giant by running the digital engine rooms of U.S. corporations with armies of engineers in India. But the … Continue reading Infosys built its global machine with Indian workers. Can it adjust to Trump’s ‘Hire American’?

Web.com shareholders decide on $2.24 billion sale

(Courtesy of Jax Biz Journal) Web.com Group Inc. (Nasdaq: WEB) shareholders agreed Wednesday to sell the Jacksonville-based web services and marketing company to an affiliate of Siris Capital Group LLC for $2.24 billion, or $28 per share. After being traded on the Nasdaq Capital Market since 2005, Web.com will now be a wholly owned subsidiary. … Continue reading Web.com shareholders decide on $2.24 billion sale

The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies

(Courtesy of Bloomberg Businessweek) In 2015, Amazon.com Inc. began quietly evaluating a startup called Elemental Technologies, a potential acquisition to help with a major expansion of its streaming video service, known today as Amazon Prime Video. Based in Portland, Ore., Elemental made software for compressing massive video files and formatting them for different devices. Its … Continue reading The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies