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MicroTech is proudly celebrating its fifteenth anniversary of being in business. Founded by Anthony “Tony” Jimenez in March of 2004, MicroTech underwent a meteoric rise to become one of the premier Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs) in the Nation, and continues to deliver innovative technology to its Federal, State and Local Government and commercial clients and customers.
The brunt of sequestration has not been fully realized yet; however, Chief Financial Officers, like MicroTech’s Lynn Wasylina, are already planning around its potential impact in order to keep corporate profits in the green.
Have you ever wondered if you were part of a bigger conversation?
This Saturday in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 159 main event, Chael Sonnen will don the MicroTech logo as he fights to take the light heavyweight championship belt away from Jon Jones. MicroTech will also sponsor Phil "Mr.
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While the private sector has enjoyed a myriad of savings and increases in productivity due to telework and telecommuting, the public sector hasn’t adopted this developing technology at the same pace.
After sponsoring the undefeated Grand Prix Heavyweight Champion, Daniel “DC” Cormier, in his last Strikeforce event, MicroTech definitely did not want to miss out on his highly anticipated UFC debut this Saturday night.
As Jeff Immelt, the CEO of General Electric said, “the economy today is going through a fundamental ‘reset.’ The old rules just don’t apply anymore. We are seeing a genuine explosion of distributed/mobile/flexible work across all market segments, including large organizations, small businesses, and free agents/entrepreneurs.
“Being a leader is not leaning out over the stern.
As videoconferencing becomes increasingly integrated within daily communication, it becomes apparent that there is a need for established etiquette guidelines in order to create a more productive and enjoyable experience for all users.
Digital signage is not a new concept by any means, but as the innovative applications for its use continues to rise; the adoption of this more efficient medium is likely to increase as well. Seen in airports, on factory floors, in university dorm common areas and corporate lobbies -- whether consisting of text signs that can be changed on the fly, or sophisticated interactive kiosks that allow users to select informational video feeds, digital signage is finally coming into its own.