Businesses and academic institutions embrace new ecosystems of advancement
Ted Griffith, managing director of technology, JobsOhio
In Ohio, our workforce, businesses, academic institutions, and medical and health systems are on the cutting edge of a digital shift. Creating unique labs and innovation hubs allows them to be nimble and agile to develop solutions that meet the need for business profitability and create delightful customer experiences.
Education programs and hands-on cyber competitions across the state draw interest in Ohio’s cybersecurity careers
Ted Griffith, managing director of IT, JobsOhio
Threats of cyberattacks and data breaches continue to grow for businesses and organizations of all sizes. As a result, Ohio, and the country as a whole, have developed a need for cybersecurity professionals to defend against cyber criminals. As Ohio takes steps toward becoming a national technology hub, educational institutions, businesses and state organizations are collaborating to provide innovative education and training in cybersecurity to establish a talent pipeline for technology professionals.
No longer will data be hindered by a lost signal or lack of Wi-Fi. LISNR, a Cincinnati startup, is turning heads with its advanced data-over-audio technology, proving that amazing tech advancements are happening in Ohio.
Internet of Things (IoT) offers unlimited opportunities for all industries in Ohio
Ted Griffith, managing director, JobsOhio
Ohio is well-positioned to support and benefit from IoT. JobsOhio is supporting this cross sector strategy, finding ways to connect companies with the resources that will help them use and advance their IoT capabilities.
A strong IT innovation network drives the evolution of smart mobility
Milind Paranjape, director of information technology, JobsOhio
Ohio supports a strong network of academic institutions, research facilities and businesses that collaborate, discover and commercialize new innovation. In the age of smart transportation, Ohio’s collaborative IT innovation network plays a large role in the technology that powers automated and autonomous vehicles, among other things.
The choice of Cincinnati as host of FounderCon validates city's history of helping startups.
Johnna Reeder, president and CEO, REDI Cincinnati
Cincinnati welcomed nearly 1,500 entrepreneurs and tech industry leaders for Techstar’s annual FounderCon conference. Wi-Fi availability, cool vibes in the region and a welcoming community are among some of the reasons why the attendees gave rave reviews of the city.
Ted Griffith, JobsOhio managing director, information technology, logistics & distribution
From the world’s top technology companies to hard-working entrepreneurs, Amazon Web Services (AWS) plays an important role in fast and secure services. Now AWS is strategically investing in Ohio to better serve its customers.