CenterState CEO today recognized 234 companies as 2015 Economic Champions for their collective hiring of 1,628 employees, nearly 1.8 million square feet of expansions, and more than $1 billion in capital investments. In keeping with this year’s theme, Celebrating CNY Business Legacy, 97 companies were also recognized for their enduring success.
CXtec Vice President Frank Kobuszewski discusses IT industry trends on his Network World blog. It makes perfect sense for organizations to strive to quickly adapt to changing business requirements, so why not implement SDN tomorrow? Not so fast. We keep hearing about it, and more companies are working to gain a foothold in the SDN space, but is it right for the enterprise network right now?
When Lexi walked into the headquarters of TERACAI and CXtec in North Syracuse, she did not know there was a room full of friends and family ready to surprise her with an announcement that she will be going on a Disney Cruise with her family through the Central New York Make-A-Wish Foundation.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - TERACAI and CXtec teamed up with Make-A-Wish® Central New York to grant a wish for Alexa (Lexi), a 10-year-old girl from Fayetteville. Lexi and her family will be going on a Disney Cruise in November.
10 year old Lexi from Fayetteville thought she was just meeting her Make-A-Wish coordinators today, but she walked into a huge party of people eager to grant her wish! TERACAI and CXtec of Syracuse partnered with Make-A-Wish CNY to make it possible.
CXtec Vice President Frank Kobuszewski discusses IT industry trends on his Network World blog. It seems like we can't go a day without hearing about the hottest new connected device or the latest smart [fill in the blank] technology. The much-discussed Internet of Things (IoT), and the varied devices that comprise it, could be considered the biggest trend in the industry today.
TERACAI and CXtec announce that Alissa LaCourse, a recent graduate of Faith Heritage School, has received the 11th annual Bill & Sandra Pomeroy Scholarship. The scholarship, eligible for children of TERACAI and CXtec employees, will assist LaCourse as she continues her education.