Atlanta, Georgia â€“ March 23, 2011 â€“ Long gone are the days when information technology professionals worked in isolation, researching relevant technology on their own and tirelessly working to stay current on breaking developments in industry news. Now, they have TAGthink.com.
Online PR News – 25-March-2011 – – Atlanta, Georgia â€“ March 23, 2011 â€“ Long gone are the days when information technology professionals worked in isolation, researching relevant technology on their own and tirelessly working to stay current on breaking developments in industry news. Now, they have TAGthink.com.
TAGthink is part of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), a nonprofit organization committed to the interests of IT professionals. This leading industry association promotes the advancement of the technological industry in Georgia to encourage economic and educational advancement.
TAGthinkâ€™s website, TAGthink.com, is a centralized hub of resources connecting people and ideas relating to information technology. The resources available through this community technology center include a network connecting IT professionals, blogs featuring the latest information and insights on new technologies, an online community for IT professional discussions and an assortment of other useful resources such as practical articles, interesting photos, social media updates and news and events for the IT community. IT industry professionals will find a wealth of useable information at their fingertips and will be able to instantly connect with other like-minded technophiles.
Technologies such as social media, smart phone scanners, blogs and online broadcasting are changing the face of business, education and society as a whole. With so much information out there, who has time to sift through it all? TAGthink allows professionals an opportunity to get everything they need in one place.
TAG drives policy, capital, education and giving initiatives. It also unites the technology community through programs, events and networking opportunities. TAG also features twenty-seven special interest groups including Women in Technology, and its charitable arm, the TAG Education Collaborative, exists to help science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives succeed.
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