While 83% of households in San Antonio have both a computer and internet, the issue is not how many are connected, but rather who is connected, and where.
The North SA Chamber has designated two separate events designed exclusively for strategic planning toward digital disruption and IT innovation.
As soon as we entered, Itati and I breathed a sigh of relief.
San Antonio has nowhere to go but up in a national survey of cities attracting tech talent.
U.S. Rep. William “Mac” Thornberry (R-Clarendon) assured the audience gathered at Pearl Stable Tuesday morning that there will not be a round of U.S. Military base closures in 2017, though he couldn’t say the same for years beyond that.
It’s Mayor Ivy Taylor’s turn to play host in San Antonio.
San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) board approved $13 million worth of information technology-related equipment on Monday night.
Think for a moment about San Antonio’s largest private-sector employers.
Mayor Ivy Taylor is early into a nearly weeklong trip where she seeks to enhance economic opportunities between San Antonio and Mexico and to promote the city’s economic strength among her counterparts from around the country.
The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) has begun work with President Barack Obama’s pilot initiative to help close the digital divide among local children and families living in federally funded public housing.