tech at work
On the Campaign Trail in the Early States | Visiting the "Cloud"
As the presidential campaign comes into full swing, several of the Democratic candidates were visiting states this week that will hold primaries and caucuses in the early part of 2020. Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina are home to growing technology hubs, and they show how the technology industry is making a unique and positive impact across the country -- not just in Silicon Valley. Below are just a few examples of how tech is at work improving lives and unlocking economic opportunities in the early stops on the presidential campaign trail. You can view and download the full shareable graphic here.
Also, check out our recent presidential debate blog posts about tech's role in revitalizing Detroit and diversifying Texas' economy.
What we're reading
Microsoft Will Expand Rural Broadband Coverage in Iowa, Nebraska | Sioux City Journal
Apple’s Next U.S. Data Center Will Be Built in Iowa | Apple Newsroom
Hurricane Relief | AT&T
Manchester's Using Lyft To Get People To Substance Abuse Treatment | New Hampshire Public Radio
Lyft's Impact in Las Vegas | Lyft
Small Business Impact Report | Amazon
What we're saying
Key Points for Presidential Contenders Debating in Innovation-Friendly Texas | Blog by TechNet Southeast Executive Director David Edmonson | TECHtalk Blog
Tech, Detroit, and the Presidential Debates | Blog by TechNet President & CEO Linda Moore | TECHtalk Blog
Before you start your weekend
This CBS segment provides an in-depth look at data centers, which are essential parts of our global internet infrastructure: