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Article · Nov 29, 2017

Podcast: Carbonite CEO explains how H1-B program helps U.S. tech firms

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The H1-B visa program makes U.S. tech firms more competitive because it enables them to choose the best possible job candidates from around the globe, according to Mohamad Ali, president and CEO of Carbonite. 

“America was really built on this incredible combination of domestic talent and immigrant talent,” said Ali, who was the featured guest on a recent Bloomberg Markets podcast. “Over 50% of Fortune 500 companies in Massachusetts were started by immigrants or children of immigrants.”

Ali went on to discuss the major transformation that Carbonite has undertaken over the last three years as it expanded its focus from consumer backup to offering complete data protection for businesses of all sizes. Listen to this podcast to hear Ali discuss:

  • Recent Carbonite acquisitions
  • The skills shortage in the U.S. technology market
  • How H1-B Visas enable U.S. companies to pick the best global talent

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Losing Immigration Will Hurt Our Economy: Carbonite' Ali

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Rachel Lim

Social Media Intern

Rachel Lim is a social media intern at Carbonite. She blogs about issues affecting mid-sized businesses and other IT industry happenings.

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