This week in Arkansas Business newspaper, we take a look at information technology in Arkansas, including a firm that quietly controls your every online interaction with Arkansas government:
The Arkansas Information Consortium runs Arkansas.gov and e-commerce for the state, a job it’s unlikely to give up anytime soon. We look at how they do it.
Guess what? Your operating system will be obsolete in 10 years. Where will you do your computing? On the Web, in the cloud. Mark Carter looks at the hows, pros and cons. Also: Think you’re ready for the cloud? Here’s some questions to ask yourself.
A Conway firm has launched a privacy app for your smartphone. Block unwanted calls, identify unknown callers and more.
A look inside the new HP operation in Conway.
The new news wars: Fox affiliate KLRT-TV, Channel 16 will debut its first 10 p.m. newscast next week.
Warren Stephens tells us about his print and online ad campaign for Stephens Inc., which aims to project the firm’s long-term thinking in a dicey economic environment.
KFSM-TV, Channel 5 has started a half-hour sports talks show on its digital channel. The show is hosted by veteran sports anchor Mike Irwin.
Gwen Moritz, frustrated woman, indeed.
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