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    1. City of Boulder seeking a ‘startup in residence’

      City of Boulder seeking a ‘startup in residence’

      BOULDER — The city of Boulder is joining a national “startup in residence” program that connects government agencies with technology startups that can address civic and administrative challenges. Boulder is one of 11 cities to join the public-private partnership network that has startups work with local government to modernize it. Startups, individuals or teams are encouraged to apply for the program and applications are due Dec. 10.

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    2. New CFO for Zayo

      New CFO for Zayo

      BOULDER — Zayo Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) has appointed Matt Steinfort as chief financial officer, starting Sept. 15. Steinfort is taking the place of Ken DesGarennes, who is retiring from the company but will remain with the company through February 2018 to help with filing the company’s second fiscal quarter forms. Steinfort will report directly to chairman and CEO Dan Caruso. “Ken’s been a great partner over the first 10 years of Zayo’s journey,” said Caruso, in a prepared statement.

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    3. Longmont Startup Week brings perspective on millennials in the workplace

      Longmont Startup Week brings perspective on millennials in the workplace

      LONGMONT — The millennial generation has been called every adjective from lazy to entitled to creative to entrepreneurial, but the most important describer of those born between 1980 and 2000 is … diverse. That’s the message that Longmont Startup Week guest speaker Morgan Smith, study body president and senior at the University of Denver, shared at his discussion of millennials in the workplace.

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    4. Longmont Startup Week designed to showcase Longmont as a hub for startups

      Longmont Startup Week designed to showcase Longmont as a hub for startups

      LONGMONT — Longmont Startup Week kicks off today as a way to highlight Longmont’s entrepreneurs to the region. The goal is for anybody looking to start a business, invest in a business or wants to understand what is going on in the community to be inspired and educated by startup week, said Janine Ledingham, director of local business & startup community development for the Longmont Economic Development Partnership.

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    5. Cybersecurity firm LogRhythm partners with University of Massachusetts

      Cybersecurity firm LogRhythm partners with University of Massachusetts

      BOULDER — LogRhythm, a cybersecurity solutions and intelligence company, was selected by a major university to provide centralized network security. The University of Massachusetts System Office selected the Boulder-based firm for to provide complete security to its network — something made all the more necessary because as a university, there’s a lot of people who have access.

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    6. Level 3 study shows health-care companies’ growing concerns for cybersecurity

      Level 3 study shows health-care companies’ growing concerns for cybersecurity

      BROOMFIELD — Level 3 Communications Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) has a new study that shows the biggest threats to cybersecurity in health care are lack of employee awareness and education. The study, conducted by HIMSS Analytics and sponsored by Level 3 Communications, was designed to identify IT security concerns in the health-care industry.

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    7. Boulder brewery-tech startup gets $700,000 in equity funding

      Arryved, a point-of-sale service catered toward breweries, recently secured $700,000 in private equity funding that will go to expanding their customer service and improving their platform. Arryved — pronounced “arrived” — is a tech startup that specializes in catering a point-of-sale platform for breweries. Having their own point-of-sale option can be key for breweries, Arryved CEO David Norman told BizWest, because of the way breweries are designed.

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    8. Funding sets stage for CU smartphone spinoff to commercialize

      Funding sets stage for CU smartphone spinoff to commercialize

      Kelvin Thermal Technologies Inc., a smartphone-technology startup from two University of Colorado Boulder professors, raised $200,000 in private equity to match a $250,000 grant from the state of Colorado. The company has developed a new method of cooling smartphones, Y.C. Lee, president and CEO, told BizWest. When phones overheat, it causes them to not operate well, and can actually be harmful to the user.

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