San Antonio’s second-largest private tech firm is on an acquisition streak, recently absorbing a cloud company aimed at consumers.
A new report suggests San Antonio’s tech sector benefited from pandemic-era shift away from tech hubs like Austin.
Tech company Jungle Disk, which grew significantly last year, is renovating a former Mexican restaurant into a pandemic-friendly office.
Commentary: Without affordable access to high-speed internet, San Antonians are unable to fully participate in our society and economy.
Jonathan Ushindi’s work at Senior Planet allows him to help older adults navigate a digital world.
CDW Corp., an Illinois-based Fortune 500 company, is acquiring San Antonio-based Sirius Computer Solutions for $2.5 billion in cash.
The $50,000 prize from the county’s innovation fund went to a local startup offering a virtual care platform to young women in Texas.
Pathwire’s $1.9 billion acquisition by a Swedish company may be the San Antonio tech industry’s largest since Apollo Global Management bought Rackspace.
Commentary: Antitrust legislation being debated in Congress could slow innovations that could advance U.S. cybersecurity strategy.
Cybersecurity company Jungle Disk acquires assets that will allow it to offer more services thanks to a new private equity fund.
What if we could pull water from right out of the air around us and use it to flush our toilets, water our lawns, cook with, and even drink?
U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro is pursuing $1 million in federal funding for a cybersecurity manufacturing innovation park at Port San Antonio.
The district has set up phone lines to answer questions about summer programs, and a call center to answer other inquiries about the cyberattack will go live Monday.