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    1. Denver tech company bought by New York firm

      Denver tech company bought by New York firm

      A Denver technology company has been purchased by a giant New York analytics firm. ExlService Holdings, Inc. (EXL) said it's buying Datasource Consulting LLC of Denver for an undisclosed price. Datasource, founded in 2005 with headquarters at 2399 Blake St. in Denver, is a provider of enterprise data management and business intelligence solutions...

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    2. Executive shakeup at Colorado mapping technology company

      The chief executive officer and chief financial officer at a Douglas County mapping technology company have been axed. Intermap Technologies Corp. said that CEO Todd Oseth and CFO Richard Mohr"are no longer with the company." The new CEO is Patrick Blott, who is also chairman of the board. Michael Hoehn is the new CFO. "These important organizational changes align Intermap's resources towards data acquisition, data integration, data fusion, and value-added analytics, where Intermap is a global…

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    3. ViaWest still hungry for Texas expansion

      ViaWest still hungry for Texas expansion

      Even as ViaWest completes construction on a data center near Dallas, the Greenwood Village-based business has its eyes on expanding in the region. That's because Dallas-Fort Worth is where many ViaWest clients want to store their data, in a state showcasing high private-sector growth in a thriving technology community and low tax environment, said ViaWest President and CEO Nancy Phillips. The new Plano, Texas, data center totals 148,000 square feet of raised floor space at build out on 14 acres...

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    4. Broomfield's Webroot expands with CyberFlow Analytics purchase

      Broomfield's Webroot expands with CyberFlow Analytics purchase

      Internet security firm Webroot of Broomfield said it's acquired the assets of CyberFlow Analytics of San Diego for an undisclosed price. CyberFlow Analytics uses data science to detect network anomalies. "This solution can identify and alert on potentially malicious activity that deviates from normal traffic in milliseconds," said Dick Williams, Webroot CEO, in a statement. CyberFlow employs about 15 people in San Diego and they'll join Webroot's 60-person team in the city, according to Xconomy...

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    5. Which mobile network is rated highest in Denver?

      Which mobile network is rated highest in Denver?

      Which mobile network company offers the best performance in Denver? According to the latest report, it's a two-way tie between Sprint and Verizon. According to mobile analytics firm RootMetrics, Verizon and Sprint are tied for "overall performance" in Denver, although Verizon does edge out Sprint in the numerical ratings by a 96.6-95.7 margin. At&T and T-Mobile tied for third in Denver in the latest report, according to RootMetrics. This is the third straight cycle that Sprint and Verizon have…

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    6. LogRhythm of Boulder in huge fundraising round

      LogRhythm of Boulder in huge fundraising round

      LogRhythm, a Boulder security intelligence and analytics firm, said it's raised $50 million in a new round of fundraising. LogRhythm said the latest round of funding was led by existing investor Riverwood Capital with participation by Adams Street Partners, Siemens Venture Capital, Delta-v Capital and members of the LogRhythm management team, and included funding from new investors EDBI, the investment arm of the Singapore Economic Development Board; Exclusive Ventures, the investment affiliate…

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    7. DigitalGlobe teams with Amazon Web Services in satellite imagery project

      DigitalGlobe teams with Amazon Web Services in satellite imagery project

      DigitalGlobe Inc. said it's teaming with Amazon Web Services and other companies in an effort to broaden the availability of satellite imagery to scientists. Westminster-based DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI) said "SpaceNet" will be "an online repository of satellite imagery and labeled training data that will advance the development of machine learning and deep learning algorithms that leverage remote sensing data."

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    8. Secured data storage key to growth of Indian video surveillance market: NetApp

      Secured data storage key to growth of Indian video surveillance market: NetApp

      At a time when Internet of Things (IoT), coupled with big data and video analytics, is the talk of every town globally, making sense of data and its optimum, secured storage is the key for the governments including in India, a top executive of US data storage company has said.Increasing terrorist threats, cyber crimes and data breaches are driving investments in monitoring, security in IT and video surveillance systems in the country, said Anil Valluri, President, NetApp India and SAARC.

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    9. Data center giant outlines attractiveness of Springs for doing business

      Data center giant outlines attractiveness of Springs for doing business

      Corporate data centers might not be the sexiest economic development projects around.

      They're essentially large, nondescript buildings - so-called technology warehouses where businesses store computer servers and other equipment used to operate their websites and internal networks. Data centers don't employ many people, generate steady streams of sales-tax-paying shoppers or attract hordes of tourists who pump money into local economies.

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    10. DigitalGlobe unit gets big government intelligence contract

      DigitalGlobe unit gets big government intelligence contract

      DigitalGlobe Inc. said it's received a big contract from the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Westminster-based DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI) said the $55 million contract was awarded to its GeoEye Analytics Inc. unit in Herndon, Virginia. "The contract supports the management and maintenance of all-source geospatial predictive analysis services. These services include gathering, analyzing, and manipulating data for geospatial predictive modeling," the government said in a statement.

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    11. Colorado Springs' Go Code winners move on to forming 'real business'

      Colorado Springs' Go Code winners move on to forming 'real business'

      A Colorado Springs-based team of software developers hopes to complete development and launch its Web application by year's end that will help match employers with potential employees.

      The team became the first from the Springs to win a $25,000, one-year contract with the state Thursday in Colorado's annual Go Code competition, which turns state data into software applications that solve business problems.

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    12. Mobile apps for food trucks, drilling and job matching win big at Go Code Colorado

      Mobile apps for food trucks, drilling and job matching win big at Go Code Colorado

      Esquire picked the 18 best bars in America, and two are in Denver Members of the Foodcaster team that won the Go Code Colorado 2016 challenge. Photo courtesy of Go Code Go Code Colorado , a statewide coding competition to create mobile apps for the good of Colorado residents, culminated Thursday night with three $25,000 winners .

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