Story excerpt provided by Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Written by Marcia Pledger.
Next week, developers and innovators, educators, marketers and manufacturers in technology come together for several days to share their best practices.
Tech Week runs April 16-21, with about a dozen events taking place throughout Northeast Ohio. The annual event is run by OHTec, a program of the Greater Cleveland Partnership, aimed at growing the region’s technology-based businesses.
Tech Week kicks off with an update about the most current laws, policies, trends and tips for cloud computing, cybersecurity and all things data. And all-week seminars, networking events and forums with tech tools and resources will be offered.
“It’s difficult to imagine a successful business that doesn’t rely on technology in some way,” said Paul Chaffee, OHtec’s new chairman, who also runs Brecksville-based Software Answers, a company that provides web-based classroom and student management products for the K-12 education market. The company’s ProgressBook education applications are used by more than 750 school districts nationwide, including 75 percent of Ohio public schools.
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Originally published April 11, 2018.