Tag Archives: information technology

Phoning home

Since he became president of the Dobson Communications operating group in May, he has been charged with helping other companies accomplish those same things. “It’s kind of an interesting situation because I’ve worked with Dobson Communications in the past,” he says. “Being back in the Dobson family of companies has been great. When you work

Expert Q&A: Marketing

Define mobile marketing. EH: Mobile marketing, in simplest terms, refers to advertising or marketing through a mobile communication device, such as a smartphone, tablet or digital outdoor. What’s unique about it is that it allows a marketer to engage with a prospect in a very intimate way and when the audience is almost completely captive.

American Fidelity, Chesapeake make Computerworld list

When ranked by company size, AFA was sixth in the small company category, and Chesapeake was fifth for large companies. “Making the Computerworld list recognizes the more than 200 colleagues in our information services division and motivates them to continue making AFA a great place to work in IT,” said Kim Fisher, AFA chief information

OCU to offer new technology degree programs

With demand for software engineers expected to grow in the coming years, the university responded to address the rapidly changing industry and help meet that anticipated demand. The university cited figures from the U.S. Department of Labor that showed software engineering is expected to be one of the fastest growing career fields through 2018 with

EDGE seeks applicants for 2012 class

The EDGE policy board is accepting applications from Oklahoma entrepreneurs who might have a few good ideas up their sleeves but no money to get started. EDGE was established in 2004 by the state legislature to invest in Oklahoma-based technology and research projects. For 2012, the total funding available is approximately $6 million. Those eligible

OCCC plans grand opening of community outreach branch

Set for April 27, the event will be at 123 S.W. 25th St. on the second floor of the Capitol Hill United Methodist Church. It moved there in February from its former home at the Latino Community Development Agency. Classes are offered for children and adults in information technology, job readiness and English literacy. Two