Tom Noonan has been a leader in Atlanta’s technology community for decades. From his early days as an executive at MSA to CEO of Internet Security Systems (acquired by IBM for $1.5B) and his current role as CEO of Joulex, Tom has been one of our city’s key tech leaders.
MMM Tech Law recently sat down with Proximus Mobility CEO Michael Zeto to discuss the solutions the company offers, their target markets, and why they decided to move the company to Atlanta.
Featuring leaders from Atlanta’s tech community from the 1970s to the present, this video chronicles the growth of Atlanta companies in telecommunications, software, ecommerce, internet, financial technology and healthcare IT.
New video from the Technology Association of Georgia on why Georgia is one of the fastest growing states for technology.
MMM Tech Law recently sat down with David Moeller, CEO of CodeGuard, to discuss solutions the company offers and the benefits of working with the Georgia Tech startup accelerator program, Flashpoint.
In Part 2 of our interview, Tycho discusses Atlanta’s strong points for technology growth and the mentors that have played an important role in his success.
ATDC member videos for Digital Assent, Guardian Watch and Velocity Medical Solutions
Tycho Howle has long been a pioneer, leader and mentor in the Atlanta technology community. Tycho founded Harbinger Computer Services in 1983 and led the company as both Chairman and CEO, eventually taking it public in 1995. In 2001, he founded the successful technology solutions firm, nuBridges, which recently merged with Liaison Technologies.
Watch Part 2 of our interview with Atlanta technology leader Tom Noonan.
The MMM team recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Sig to discuss the highlights of his 40+ years in the community, as well as his thoughts on the present and future of technology and investing in Atlanta.