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    1. HomeAdvisor expands services with acquisition

      HomeAdvisor expands services with acquisition

      HomeAdvisor is branching out beyond home project recommendations to helping contractors manage their business operations, too. The Golden-based company acquired a majority stake in Mhelpdesk, a startup that makes online business management technology for home repair professionals, HomeAdvisor Inc. announced Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Fairfax, Virginia-based Mhelpdesk brings both technology and growing business to HomeAdvisor. Mhelpdesk, which employs 30 people in…

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    2. Event: CTA Forrester Insights Series: Are you ready for the age of the customer?

      Event: CTA Forrester Insights Series: Are you ready for the age of the customer?

      Thursday, September 11, 2014

      Customer experience is not what you think it is — it's your customers' perception of their interactions with your company. You need your customers more than they need you. To succeed, you must get serious about the way you define, implement, and manage the customer experience.

      In this session, you'll connect with Forrester leaders and other industry leaders to discuss your customer experience strategy and:

      • Get tips on how to avoid the most frequent (and costly) customer experience mistakes.
      • Learn how your customers and employees have more control over your brand than ever before.
      • Learn ...
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    3. How to keep your digital private life private — even in the cloud

      How to keep your digital private life private — even in the cloud

      Jennifer Lawrence is a celebrity, but she's also someone who uses her iPhone in the same way millions of people use theirs: to take photos.

      And as the world found out during the weekend, sometimes private photos end up in very public places. Whether there was a breach in Apple's mighty iCloud network — the company Tuesday said there wasn't — securing your digital life and keeping private stuff private takes awareness, common sense and a bit of technology.

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    4. TeleTech completes buy of rogenSi

      TeleTech completes buy of rogenSi

      Business outsourcing company TeleTech Holdings Inc. said Tuesday it has completed its acquisition of the assets of rogenSi Worldwide PTY Ltd., an international sales and leadership training and consulting firm. TeleTech (Nasdaq: TTEC), a Douglas County-based operator of call centers and provider of customer-engagement services, said it will add rogenSi to its Customer Strategy Services segment. The deal was first announced in August.

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    5. CTA Unwired: Enterprise Mobility Management- Security without Compromising User Experience.

      CTA Unwired: Enterprise Mobility Management- Security without Compromising User Experience.

      Enterprise Mobility Management-Security without Compromising User Experience​

      Speaker: Brian Robison

      Brian has over 15 years of experience in enterprise mobility, security and risk management. He led Global Enterprise Solution Strategy at Good Technology for 2 years. His prior core focus included enterprise security management and vulnerability assessment strategy at both McAfee and Tripwire Inc.

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    6. SolidFire Ranked #1 Solid-State Array in Gartner Critical Capabilities Study and Recognized as Visionary in First ...

      SolidFire Ranked #1 Solid-State Array in Gartner Critical Capabilities Study and Recognized as Visionary in First Magic Quadrant

      Nachrichtenquelle: Marketwired | 02.09.2014, 21:23 | 108 Aufrufe | 0 | druckversion

      BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - September 02, 2014) - SolidFire, the leader in all-flash storage systems built for the Next Generation Data Center, today announced that Gartner, Inc., a leading IT research and advisory firm, has recognized SolidFire as a Visionary in the 2014 Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays.¹ According to Gartner, Visionaries understand where the industry is headed and have a vision for changing market rules. This first-of-its-kind Magic Quadrant evaluated 12 ...

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    7. Colorado tech association launches foundation for STEM education

      Colorado tech association launches foundation for STEM education

      The Colorado Technology Association has started a nonprofit organization and funding programs to get more students technical education and ready for careers in technology. The Colorado Technology Foundation was formed in partnership with the Rose Community Foundation. The foundation has been seeded with $250,000 in funding commitments. Its mission is to connect technology companies in the state with educators and programs trying to improve science, technology, engineering and math education.

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    8. VeeamON 2014

      VeeamON 2014

      Veeam would like to invite CTA Members to our inaugural Conference, VeeamON 2014.

      VeeamON 2014 is focused entirely on Availability for the Modern Data Center™. The energy in Veeam’s ecosystem is contagious, the connections are real and the opportunities are endless. There is no better place or time to connect with the Veeam community, meet our team, participate in technical and business sessions, and network with peers.

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    9. Tech startup: Cloud Elements

      Tech startup: Cloud Elements

      Initial Lightbulb: As CEO of Channelinsight, a Denver provider of channel data management software, Mark Geene says the company spent hundreds of hours integrating cloud-based services.

      “We had to connect data from clients’ CRM and accounting system,” he explains. “We started building stuff ourselves. It was hard to do. We saw an opportunity for a business there.”

      Geene subsequently left Channelinsight to co-found Cloud Elements, and serves as CEO.

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    10. SIMposium coming to Denver in November

      SIMposium coming to Denver in November

      SIMposium is the premier practitioner-driven conference designed for and by CIOs for peer-to-peer exchange on technology and business integration best practices. Highly influential CIOs, CTOs and senior IT executives gather to discuss, learn and engage with each other on their current business issues and identify industry best practices, while laying the foundation for developing business alliances and supplier short lists.

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    11. Google Fest

      GoogleFest is a free, one-day conference formatted especially for nonprofit organizations, small businesses and educators. Attendees will gain first-hand knowledge from Google experts on how to effectively use the full range of Google tools—including Google Apps, Google Docs and Drive, plus so much more.Google experts will be on-hand to present, demonstrate and answer questions. Lunch is provide.Please see more information and agenda here.

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    12. Denver Startup Week: The Intersection of Community and Entrepreneurial Spirit

      Denver Startup Week: The Intersection of Community and Entrepreneurial Spirit

      Three years ago a group of entrepreneurs, business owners, city leaders and volunteers led by Ben Deda, Tami Door, and Erik Mitisek got together with the seed of a simple idea: shine a spotlight on the Denver tech community. This simple thought has ...

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    13. Accenture's 2014 CMO Insights Survey: Welcome to the Era of the Chief Marketing Technologist

      Accenture's 2014 CMO Insights Survey: Welcome to the Era of the Chief Marketing Technologist

      Accenture’s latest survey of CMOs shows the growing dominance of digital technologies, and how marketing technologists are playing a key role in companies accomplishing their marketing and selling goals. The future of marketing belongs to marketing technologists. Scott Brinker and Laura McCLellan’s recent article in the Harvard Business Review, The Rise [...]

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    14. Business briefs: U Grok It wins 2014 GROW conference Smackdown

      Business briefs: U Grok It wins 2014 GROW conference Smackdown

      U Grok It Inc., the makers of a UHF RFID reader and system for iOS and Android devices with offices in Steamboat Springs, San Francisco and Seattle, was selected as the winner of the 2014 GROW conference Startup Smackdown, according to a news release.

      A select group of companies were given one minute to pitch to press and investors from across North America in Whistler, British Columbia, on Aug. 21.

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    15. Up To Speed: Google's drone-delivery program, Project Wing, unveiled

      Up To Speed: Google's drone-delivery program, Project Wing, unveiled

      Google has unveiled some details about its drone-delivery program, including a video showing a prototype in action, making a test delivery in Australia. The program, called Project Wing, has been nurtured over the past two years within Google X, the tech giant's research lab, according to a report by The Atlantic. Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) engineers have developed a drone that can fly to a location, lower a payload via a long wire, release that payload, and then fly away.

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    16. Top Company 2014: Telecom

      Top Company 2014: Telecom

      Telecom  Winner: ViaWest

      Information technology services have become more complex, and that’s good news for ViaWest, says Nancy Phillips, CEO of the colocation, managed services and cloud services provider.

      “The last couple of years have been outstanding for ViaWest,” says Philips, who is also co-founder of the Greenwood Village-based company. “We have seen high-teens growth in revenue and EBITDA and new customer acquisition.”

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    17. Top Company 2014: Consumer Business

      Top Company 2014: Consumer Business

      Consumer Business winner: OtterBox

      After overseeing several years of frenetic growth, Brian Thomas is working on how to properly scale the business to accommodate that growth and ensure that growth will continue in the years ahead.

      Thomas, the CEO of smartphone case maker OtterBox, was the company’s sixth employee in 2003, just a few years after its founding in 1998. Today he’s the head of a company with 1,000 employees (650 in Fort Collins, the company’s headquarters).

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