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AZ Tech Beat: Home cooks make money doing what they love with startup InHouseCooks

By Ryan Loebe The ability to whip up a delectable delight isn’t just for the professionals, but also for the food enthusiasts that like to cook a special dish that they mastered years ago. Wouldn’t it be cool if these special talents didn’t go unnoticed, but rather were advertised on a website that employs the […]

Salt Lake Tribune: IBM, AT&T building technology for a disaster

By Alex Barinka When hurricanes come barreling toward land, people, airplanes and ships are relocated to avoid destruction. Now some of the world’s biggest technology companies are making advances in figuring out how to quickly move large amounts of critical data and software out of harm’s way, too. AT&T Inc., IBM Corp. and Applied Communications Sciences […]

Laramie Boomerang: UW molecular biologist’s research into light could be vital to cellular medicine

By Mark Heinz Sweeping changes can bloom from knowledge gained at the tiniest level. Mark Gomelsky began his science career in chemical engineering, but his curiosity and aptitude eventually went in a different direction. Full Story at Laramie Boomerang

The Denver Post: Boulder’s LogRhythm raises $40 million, taking its total funding to $71 million

By Andy Vuong Boulder-based LogRhythm announced Tuesday that it has secured a $40 million in funding, led by Riverwood Capital. Existing investors Adams Street Partners and Access Venture Partners in Westiminster also participated in the round. Full Story at The Denver Post

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Tech4Good – Dashboards: Monitor Progress to Achieve Results

An invitation from Amy Quinn, CCW advisory board member and member of Tech4Good Denver. ******************************************* DASHBOARDS: MONITOR PROGRESS TO ACHIEVE RESULTS Wednesday, July 16 from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Mile High United Way, Founder’s Room 2505 18th St Denver, CO 8021 Learn how to think about the process of setting-up a dashboard and review […]

Upcoming FCC spectrum auction to be success? I’d bid on it

In the western region of our country where the Coalition for a Connected West (CCW) works, the tech sector is playing an increasingly vital role in state economies.  Access to high-speed Internet has inspired individuals from all walks of life to create opportunity for families and businesses. Innovators are increasingly harnessing the power of mobile […]

New Telecom Regs Offer Benefits to Consumers, Tech Sector

By Michael Price, Coalition for a Connected West Executive Director The persistence of Colorado’s legislators is about to pay off, and Coloradans stand ready to benefit: Every year for the past four years, state legislators have attempted to reform Colorado’s outdated telecommunications regulations.  And every year, those attempts failed—until now, that is.  A package of […]

Denver to Phoenix. Come in Phoenix.

A post by Nicole Gravagna, author of “Venture Capital for Dummies” and CCW advisory board member. Original post on Nicole’s blog. Last week I visited Phoenix for the first time. I was in town wearing a different hat than usual; I was there to represent Coalition for a Connected West. I’m on the advisory board […]

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