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    1. Nearly 20 Colorado investors back InteliVideo’s $2.6 million round

      Nearly 20 Colorado investors back InteliVideo’s $2.6 million round

      posted by Carlin Sack on 06/23/2014 02:16 pm * 2 views * 0 comments

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      As a result of strong relationships decades in the making, InteliVideo closed a $2.6 million round from about 27 investors last week. Of those investors, 19 are Colorado-based.

      “Like anything that’s an ‘overnight success’ our relationships were built over 20 years,” founder and CEO Bradley Brown said. “We raised our series A in one week and were oversubscribed (just over $2.5M).”

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    2. Denver's tax on web and app development draws ire from software execs

      Denver's tax on web and app development draws ire from software execs

      303 Software co-founders Stefan Ramsbott, left, and Matt Jaffe pose at their office in Denver last month. The company was recently hit with an audit and a $160,000 sales tax bill. (John Leyba, The Denver Post)

      Tech entrepreneur Matt Jaffe privately stewed as Denver Mayor Michael Hancock rolled out the red carpet last month for Layer 3 TV, a Boston-based startup that was granted state and local tax incentives to relocate its headquarters to the Mile High City.

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    3. What to Do with Decommissioned IT Equipment

      Posted By IT Liquidators.com, Monday, June 23, 2014

      You've decommissioned your company’s unwanted IT equipment. Now what? The typical solution for many companies is to recycle the excess technology, but recycling is just one of the available options for decommissioned IT equipment. As a smart IT professional, your priority is to find the most efficient and cost-effective solution for your company. In this article, we’ll look at the three best ways to handle your excess technology.

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    4. Sr. Manager of IT Operations

      Sr. Manager of IT Operations

      Posted by posted Jun 16 SendGrid sendgrid.com/careers Greater Denver Area Tweet Share

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      The will be responsible for managing the technology enablement and infrastructure of the company and providing direction and mentorship to our IT Operations Engineers. Responsibilities will include oversight of a heterogenous end user environment consisting of Mac, Windows and Linux end users.

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    5. Colorado Venture Summit draws 50 Colorado venture-backed startup founders and CEOs

      Colorado Venture Summit draws 50 Colorado venture-backed startup founders and CEOs

      0 23 Jun 2014 Colorado Venture Summit, David Eberly, David Gold, Denver, Erik Mitisek, Ken Fugate, Ken Gooden, Mike Gellman, Mike Platt, Patrick Ward, Paul Washington by InnovatioNews

      DENVER – The inaugural, invitation-only Colorado Venture Summit drew 50 Colorado venture-backed startup founders and CEOs and 42 venture capitalists, mostly from out of state, organizers said.

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    6. Clovis Oncology reports TIGER2 cancer study has begun with dosing of first patient in U.S.

      Clovis Oncology reports TIGER2 cancer study has begun with dosing of first patient in U.S.

      Clovis Oncology reports TIGER2 cancer study has begun with dosing of first enrolled patient in U.S.

      0 23 Jun 2014 Boulder, Clovis Oncology, CO-1686, Lecia Sequist, Patrick J.Mahaffy, TIGER2 by InnovatioNews

      Clovis- Oncology logo BOULDER – Clovis Oncology Inc. (NASDAQ: CLVS) today announced its TIGER2 cancer study has commenced with the dosing of the first patient at a U.S. study site.

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    7. Ryan Speir leaves UNC BizHub after 8 months, citing family reasons

      Ryan Speir leaves UNC BizHub after 8 months, citing family reasons

      0 23 Jun 2014 Greeley, Innosphere, Monfort College of Business, Ryan Speir, UNC, UNC BizHub by InnovatioNews

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      GREELEY – Ryan Speir, who has served as director of the UNC BizHub business incubator at the University of Northern Colorado’s Monfort College of Business for the last eight months, has stepped down from that post, citing personal and family-related reasons.

      Speir’s parents unexpectedly passed away earlier this year.

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    8. Museum organizers should be going all-local

      Museum organizers should be going all-local

      Like Rodney Dangerfield, Colorado Springs architects get no respect. It must be galling to be shut out, to see the most nationally significant regional architectural commission since the Air Force Academy go to an out-of-town firm. Earlier this week, we learned that the U.S. Olympic Museum organizers had chosen Colorado Springs-based contractor GE Johnson Construction… Continue Reading Museum organizers should be going all-local

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    9. Application Intelligence

      Application Intelligence

      Taking something that was done a long time ago 1568_ 6/16/14 - A Gen-2 company - it's all about taking something that was done a long time ago and actually making it work for businesses today. We're here at the Glue Conference talking with Michael Thornton from App Dynamics. Michael tells us what they do is "application intelligence'. That's really about three primary things, see, act and meld. Your application is how you relate to your customer - we're all software driven businesses today.

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    10. What's Really Involved in Development of a Website?- A Handy Guide to Help Counter Unrealistic Expectatio...

      What's Really Involved in Development of a Website?- A Handy Guide to Help Counter Unrealistic Expectatio...

      As the owner of a website development company, I am often confronted with unrealistic project timeline (or budget) expectations by prospective clients.

      The most likely reason for a less than feasible time/financial budget is that these folks do not understand how the process of creating a website from scratch actually works, and really why should they?

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    11. Steve Jobs patents exhibit opens in Denver just days before new patent office

      Steve Jobs patents exhibit opens in Denver just days before new patent office

      An exhibit showcasing hundreds of Apple Inc.'s and Steve Jobs’ patents opened Friday at the Denver Public Library’s Central Library in downtown Denver.

      The exhibit — “Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World” — will be on display through September. It’s free and open to the public.

      The exhibit is on loan from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), arriving 10 days ahead of the grand opening of Denver’s satellite patent office on June…

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