Information Technology

Nine Missouri hospitals named “most wired” in the U.S.

Hospitals and Health Networks have named nine Missouri hospitals among the “most wired” health systems in the country. The annual list includes: Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City; Citizens Memorial Hospital ... Read More

St. Louis-based IT firm expands local operations

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that a St. Louis-based information technology consulting firm will expand to a larger facility and increase local employment. GadellNet Consulting Services, LLC, ... Read More

KC named in ’10 high-tech cities you’ll want to call home’

A survey ranks Kansas City as a top 10 city to launch a high-tech career, PC magazine reports. According to the survey, a major selling point for the Kansas City region ... Read More

‘Remote presence’ provider beams into KC tech market

Suitable Technologies will be opening an international support office with eight or nine employees on the 23rd floor of City Center Square, 1100 Main St. Kansas City frequently is chosen for ... Read More

Number of St. Louis tech jobs rises by 22 percent

Missouri was the fastest growing state for tech employment in 2012, according to Dice.com’s analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And it appears as if the state is ... Read More

AT&T to hire 65 people for Joplin Call Center

AT&T announced today that it will hire 65 additional people for its Joplin Call Center by the end of the year, according to Katie Nagus, company spokesperson. The jobs are for ... Read More

Dell agrees to buy data center software maker

Dell said Thursday that it had agreed to acquire Scalent, a privately held maker of data center software, for an undisclosed amount. Dell expects the deal to close in the current ... Read More

Gov. Nixon announces creation of 300 new high-tech jobs in St. Louis

Unisys to locate new application modernization center to provide Information Technology services to federal agencies and other clients. Gov. Jay Nixon today took part in the official announcement that worldwide information ... Read More

Five Missouri firms best for IT workers

Five Missouri-based firms are among Computerworld’s 100 Best Places to Work in IT. St. Louis-based companies making the list: Scottrade (21st), National Information Solutions Cooperative (22nd), Express Scripts (44th), and Edward ... Read More

Gov. Nixon announces creation of 800 new high-tech jobs in Columbia

Gov. Jay Nixon today took part in the official announcement that global technology innovator IBM will locate a new services delivery center in Columbia, a project that will create 800 new ... Read More