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UPS to host computer science consortium

Computer science professors from around the nation are descending upon the University of Puget Sound as part of the Liberal Arts Computer Science Consortium (LACS), June 25 through June 27.

June 2015

Topia Technology to offer enterprise cybersecurity

Businesses will be able to take advantage of military-grade cybersecurity, thanks to Tacoma's Topia Technology.

June 2015

Sprint to expand cellular capacity at Chambers Bay

To account for the extra 235,000 people that will be crowding Chambers Bay, Sprint announced that it is on site to help ensure "Sprint customers have a great experience."

June 2015

MultiCare brings on new Chief Information Officer

Robert Biernbaum most recently served as Vice President and Chief Medical Information Officer at Rochester Regional Health System in New York.

June 2015

Are you getting your share?

In a business world increasingly swimming in 'big data,' too many managers are over-whelmed and end up doing mostly nothing with those inputs, according to a presenter at a recent conference of small and mid-sized manufacturers.

June 2015

SiteCrafting finds new home in retrofitted building

Recently, the company retrofitted the Bowstring Building in Tacoma's Dome District (2716 A Street) as custom office space to accommodate its more than 30 employees.

May 2015

Wave secures funding for expansion

A possible future operator of Tacoma's Click! TV network, Wave Broadband, today announced a new $130 million funding through sale of corporate bonds.

May 2015

Faster Internet speeds to homes

Much faster Internet speeds will be available to homes in Washington connected to Comcast cable, taking advantage of fiber links to promise up to 2-Gig service.

May 2015

CenturyLink to expand gigabit service in South Sound

The company announced today that it will make one-gigabit-per-second fiber speeds available to an additional 5,600 business locations throughout the South Sound

May 2015

Bitcoin for beer? Why not, says brew fest founder

Founder Mike Marohn claims Olympia Brew Fest is the first brew fest in the world to accept bitcoin, a peer-to-peer system for online payments.

May 2015
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