As we adjust to life at home, one fact has become clear: the internet is now the way we work, learn, and receive healthcare. When we think about which employees are considered “essential,” we must include those who are keeping the internet churning at an unprecedented rate.
The U.S. has a proud heritage of honoring veterans for bravely defending our great nation, our values, & our way of life. As we observe Veterans Day 2019, the technology industry is honored to be part of this tradition by supporting veterans in their transition to civilian life.
Ten Democratic presidential contenders will gather in Houston on Thursday night for the third primary debate — in a state so large, dynamic, and diverse that it embodies the opportunities and challenges we face as a nation in the 21st century.
At TechNet, we are fully committed to closing this gap by cultivating a homegrown and more inclusive STEM talent pipeline that empowers all Americans to succeed in the rapidly changing economy.
On this day in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law. Now, three decades later, technology is helping individuals with disabilities live even fuller lives.
Technology has transformed the way New Yorkers support their families through a new form of work – the on-demand economy. Legislation drafted behind closed doors and being rushed through the New York State Legislature would impact these workers without even hearing from them.
As Congress and 14 legislatures across the United States consider how to regulate consumer privacy, there are valuable lessons to be learned about what works and what does not as we look back at Europe’s first year under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).