5G Will Mark New Era for Businesses

by Toni Morales Broberg

Not long ago, 4G LTE arrived in Arizona and unleashed the power of our mobile devices with a massive boost in wireless speeds. Businesses seized on this revolution as LTE allowed them to grow and streamline their operations in ways never imagined before. Now it’s the start of a new era. 5G is the next leap in mobile technology. It promises to ultimately transform the way … [More]

Web vs Internet

by Andrew Sullivan

The Web needs the internet to work, but the internet needs the Web to be useful. While the Web is probably the largest service on the internet that most people use, it's not all of the internet. The two overlap and interconnect; the Web would not exist without the internet, but, similarly, the internet would not have grown into the amazing and powerful tool it is without the … [More]

Two Board Additions Bring Experience in Innovation

by Don Rodriguez

The Arizona Technology Council has appointed Kerri Zunkowski, vice president of People Operations at Infusionsoft, and Ken McMahon, senior vice president of Client Operations at Vonage, to its board of directors. The two technology executives were elected unanimously at the quarterly board meeting in January to serve three-year terms. “Kerri and Ken bring expertise, … [More]

Walmart Launches Cutting-Edge Innovations 

by RaeAnne Marsh

2018 saw Walmart — which has 127 retail units throughout Arizona — roll out and expand several in-store and online innovations for shoppers as well as increase support for its more than 34,000 Arizona associates through increased training, new handheld apps, robotics and other technology designed to make their daily tasks easier.  Customer-focused innovations launched or … [More]

SRP Is Leading the Charge for Electric Vehicles

by Mike Hunter

Electric vehicle ownership has increased dramatically in the last seven years, according to Salt River Project, which has seen the numbers grow from four electric vehicles registered in Arizona in 2010 to more than 14,000 as of July 2018. In fact, after leveling out from 2014 to 2015, the adoption rate increased over the next three years by about 8,000. And now, as more drivers … [More]