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Networking with a cause

by in AZRE Magazine | Featured

Last fall, Rachel Luttrell was standing in front of a grill at a Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) campus in the midst of monsoon season. She was volunteering at one of NAIOP’s Dream Team barbecues that fed more than 10,000 homeless individuals last year. The grills were having a hard time staying lit, and she… Read More →

Charter 100 Arizona announces new board

Donna Davis

Charter 100 Arizona, a nonpartisan, networking association for accomplished women leaders from diverse fields, has announced its new board of directors. The purpose of The CHARTER 100 is to recognize outstanding women in the community and to provide a forum for their interaction. Founding board members include Sandra Day O’Connor, Hattie Babbitt and Margaret Hance.… Read More →

Survey: Quality Trumps Quantity When Networking

by in Featured | Tech

The more business acquaintances you have, the merrier you might be. But the quality of those contacts has a bigger impact on your career success, a new Robert Half Technology survey of information technology (IT) professionals suggests. Sixty-three percent of IT workers polled recently rated the quality of their professional network as “very important” to… Read More →

Tech Q&A: Year-end budgeting

Eric Marcus, CEO of Marcus Networking.
by in Blogs | Business News | Tech

This is the first of what will be a continuing series of technology questions answered by Eric Marcus, CEO of Marcus Networking in Tempe. Question: What technology or telecommunications products should we purchase before year-end? Answer: December is an excellent time to evaluate your IT needs for the coming year and with Section 179 Deductions… Read More →

Platform Scottsdale Provides Support System For Women

Platform Scottsdale
by in Connections | Events

With the holidays approaching, and as we go through life events and transitions in general, it’s only natural that we become busier than we’d like to be. Family get-togethers, new jobs, reinventing ourselves after retirement, marriage, divorce, friendships, children, grandchildren — these are all things that can take up our time and consume our minds.… Read More →

Social Media Series: Companies Need To Set Parameters For Social Media Use At Work

Social Media at Work
by in Featured | Legal | Tech | Workforce

This article is part of an on-going, social media series. If you run a business and provide Internet-enabled computers to your employees, it is crucial that they understand how or if they can engage in social media while on the job.  Given how fast our world is moving, some would say that to prohibit employees… Read More →