Tech jobs in the US
Texas has the second-largest tech workforce, after California, according to Dice. Tech companies with headquarters in Texas include CompuCom Systems, Genesis Networks, Dell and EBS IT Solutions.
Tech Data, UDT, Bridgevine and AppRiver are among the vendors/channel companies in the Sunshine State. And Dice reported that as many jobs were created in the first half of this year in Florida as in all of last year.
With the Research Triangle making Carolina a tech destination, local companies include the Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group, Channel Systems, ArcaTech Systems and Intelligent Access Systems.
This state draws tech interest with the Portland area’s “Silicon Forest.” Puppet Labs, Business Systems Group, Structured Communication Systems, Lattice Semiconductor and Act-On are among the local IT companies.
There are Microsoft and Amazon, of course. But there are also Zones, Vertafore and Tableau Software.
It isn’t all about media and finance in the Big Apple and the surrounding state, as CA, IBM, Saturn Business Systems, Systemax and Logicworks all operate here.
The presence of MIT helps draw companies, such as EMC Corp., Edgewater Technology, Akamai Technologies and Analog Devices.
Notable local tech companies include Harbor Technologies, Ness Technologies, Micro Strategies and SHI International.
Syntel, Open Systems Technologies, Logicalis and TechSmith maintain a presence in this traditionally automotive industry-dependent state.
NextGen Information Services, Spectral Networks, S2Tech and World Wide Technology are among the vendors and channel companies represented here.