Technology News

Is My Business Too Small To Outsource IT Support and Services?

Patty Zinn, Micro Systems Management | COSE Expert |

IT support and services run the gamut from design and installation of new networks, advice on technology upgrades, onsite support for tech issues and remote troubleshooting , to more technically demanding services like virtualizations, security implementation, and data retention compliance. 

Brad Nellis
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OHTec Branding Update

Brad Nellis |

A little over a month ago, we announced our new name, via our Tech Thursday event and here on our blog.


Brad Nellis
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Innovative Tech Companies Pitch at Tech Week

Brad Nellis |

We have a great Tech Week partnership with our friends at the Northeast Ohio chapter of the Society for Information Management (NEO-SIM).  Since 2012, we’ve partnered on Pitch Night, a unique event to bring together interesting, innovative local tech companies and IT execs from the region.

Brad Nellis
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2015 Best of Tech Finalists: An Exciting Group

Brad Nellis |

In early January, we opened up the nomination process for the 2015 Best of Tech Awards. Over the next couple of months, we received numerous nominations from local tech firms with cool, innovative products and incredibly engaging stories to share with us.


Patrick Antos
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Skills Based Hiring

Patrick Antos |

Some of you may not be aware, but there’s a talent shortage here in the region in IT. All jokes aside, Northeast Ohio is in need for great talent and it may be nearing a helpful solution in Skills Based Hiring.


Brad Nellis
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What Do 130 Techies Do In DC for Two Days

Brad Nellis |

Begun in 2012, the Fly-In has grown from about 30 people to the recent 130, a pretty good testament to the growing tech voice at a national level.
Joining me in DC for the two-day event was Dan McMullen, Partner with Calfee Halter and an OHTech board member. Associations like ours from around the country participated, literally from coast-to-coast. In fact, twenty-nine (29) states were represented by associations located therein. We’re proud to be the contingent representing Ohio.

Brad Nellis
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2015 NEOSA Becomes OHTech

Brad Nellis |

As an organization succeeds and evolves over many years, elements central to the organization typically evolve, too. Yesterday, the Northeast Ohio Software Association (NEOSA) announced that as part of its ongoing transformation, a central feature of the organization – its name – had also evolved. Formed in 1998, NEOSA today answers to a new name: OHTech.