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    1. The road to municipal Internet: Boulder benefits from Longmont's journey

      The road to municipal Internet: Boulder benefits from Longmont's journey

      Paul Radliff, of Longmont, had his home connected via fiber-optic cable to the city's new high-speed Internet service earlier this month. Under his old DSL service, he could download information at a speed of 20 megabits per second. With the new municipal network, his Internet, as long as it's wired in, is now 43 times faster -- on a bad day.

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    2. CDOT summit to focus on the future of transportation

      CDOT summit to focus on the future of transportation

      The Colorado Department of Transportation first "Transportation Summit" in years is expected to draw about 400 people to the Westin Hotel downtown on Nov. 20 to discuss the business of transportation and the future of moving people around not only Denver, but the nation as well.

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    3. Denver clears up sales tax on custom software development

      Denver clears up sales tax on custom software development

      "Mayor Hancock's leadership is exemplified in the speed and timeliness to convene in the summer and work in the fall and publish a new policy in less than 120 days," said Erik Mitisek , CEO of the Colorado Technology Association.

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    4. Exelis completes spinoff of Colorado-based unit

      Exelis completes spinoff of Colorado-based unit

      The spinoff of Exelis Inc.'s Colorado Springs-based Mission Systems unit as a separate company has been completed, with the stand-alone business getting a new name and a New York Stock Exchange ticket symbol. The company -- formerly Exelis Mission Systems -- is now called Vectrus Inc., and is trading as VEC, Vectrus announced Monday. Vectrus provides infrastructure asset management, information technology and network communication services, and logistics and supply chain management services to…

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    5. Colorado gets high marks for tech innovation

      Colorado gets high marks for tech innovation

      Colorado's use of technology is heading forward, with the state scoring above average marks on the recent biennial Digital States Survey. The Center for Digital Government, which administers the survey, gave the state a "B+" grade for its practices, policies and progress in use of technology to "better serve citizens," and "streamline operations," the survey said.

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    6. Got an idea for a business? Register for Denver Startup Week

      Got an idea for a business? Register for Denver Startup Week

      Denver Startup Week, which begins Sept. 15 and runs through Sept. 20, celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of Denver and Colorado by bringing together the public, private and nonprofits in the region to cross-pollinate ideas and teach people about starting a business. In its third year, the event is the largest free entrepreneurial event in the country, jam-packed with sessions, presentations by successful entrepreneurs, workshops, happy hours and more.

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