With the oil and gas industry being the largest component of Alaska’s economy, Alaska has had to look at how they will be effected with the transition to renewable energy. As renewable energy becomes more more competitive and fossil fuel becomes less necessary many Alaskans are already making the transition to adapt to technology by using its experience,
Harry here in the zoom town of Crested Butte, Colorado, and I wanted to make a few quick fourth quarter predictions. The year has gone awfully quick, I hope you're feeling the same way. It's already q4 2021. And I'll keep it short and sweet. I'm predicting, we are going to have some real supply chain issues more than we've experienced in the past because of the pandemic.
Conferences use to be a place for individuals to come together to exchange ideas, network, and do business in person, however with the Covid-19 pandemic we have seen the conference industry shift. From in person events to online, and back to in person we have seen conference transform to comply with the ever changing world around it.
When we look back over the years there have been many changes to technology and the IT channel. From break/fix to cloud computing, and in between the industry has seen some vast changes. With all of these changes many MSPs have had to evolve all parts of their business from operations, to sales, and even marketing.
Legislation and regulations are consistently changing. With IT being a hot topic, many believe that regulation and legislation are coming to the MSP community. Rayanne Buchianico has joined forces with Karl Palachuk and many other IT professionals, to get involved and influence legislators to transform the industry into a profession.