When the founders of 7-year-old Green Cloud first started thinking of cloud infrastructure and services, they thought they would be late to the party.
The last decade has turned the IT field on its head.
You may not understand what KeyMark does, but you’ll have no problem understanding how this company from Liberty has grown so rapidly.
By Rob DeHollander, managing principal, DeHollander & Janse Financial Group The first iPhone was released a little more than 11 years ago. It’s tough to remember...
There’s no doubt about the aim of Techtronics Industries (TTI), an Upstate company that designs and manufactures power equipment under the brands Ryobi, Ridgid, and Homelite.
The 25,000-square-foot data center will house the largest cryptocurrency mining operation in South Carolina, according to David Pence, co-founder of Treis Mining.
The program aims to provide the nation’s small businesses and workers with the digital skills they need to “compete in the new mobile economy," the social media giant said in a news release.
The past few years it’s been hard to avoid the hype around social media.
Are you ready for the robot revolution?
Do you remember the experience of going to a watered-down mobile site, not finding what you needed, and having to click on the "go to full site" button at the bottom?
Women Who Code is a nonprofit “dedicated to inspiring women to succeed in technology careers.”
After three weeks of learning about the harvesting and manipulation of our personal information by Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, and last week's high-profile questioning of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the key takeaway seems to be the very disturbing realization that absolutely no one knows who is supposed to be protecting your privacy.
In an effort to attract the best recruits, programs across the country have poured millions of dollars into constructing lavish, state-of-the-art athletics facilities.
The online design tool allows people to create custom map posters to commemorate their “favorite city, birth place, first kiss, or any important place in time.”
When John Rozelle began cutting stone in 1991, his operation was so primitive he sometimes jokes that he used to work in his bare feet.