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In the Internet of Things, Many Things to Worry About

In the Internet of Things, Many Things to Worry About

LegalTechnology & Telecom

The convenience of computer networks and smartphones and data-sharing devices — the “internet of things” — can seem a godsend to those who appreciate the speed and ease of staying connected. For others, the all-inclusiveness of the IoT — eye-oh-tee, as most tech people say — means a constant battle for security. read more >

UCA, Metova Announce IT Apprenticeship Program

UCA, Metova Announce IT Apprenticeship Program

Technology & Telecom

The University of Central Arkansas' Division of Outreach & Community Engagement, the Arkansas Coding Academy, the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services and U.S. Department of Labor recently announced the state’s first Information Technology Based Registered Apprenticeship Program at UCA. read more >

Traveling the Globe in Search of Jobs (Mike Preston Commentary)

Traveling the Globe in Search of Jobs (Mike Preston Commentary)

OpinionTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Over the last year, your Arkansas Economic Development Commission has traveled almost 20,000 miles around the world searching for good-paying jobs for the people of Arkansas. It’s a reflection of the times in which we live. Ours is a global economy, and the competition for new jobs is no longer with surrounding states only, but with every country around the globe. read more >

Metova Acquires New Tech

Metova Acquires New Tech

Technology & Telecom

Metova, a tech services and app development firm with offices in Conway, Cabot and Fayetteville, announced that it had purchased Camber Corp.’s Cyber Operations Enhanced Network & Training Simulator and SLAM-R Cyber Range technology for an undisclosed price. read more >

Metova Gets $45M Defense Contract for Cyberspace War

Technology & Telecom

Metova, the tech services and app development firm with offices in Conway and Cabot, announced on Thursday that it had been awarded a $45 million federal contract to support cyberspace and electronic warfare efforts for the U.S. Army Cyber Battle Lab. read more >