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Comcast expands its Internet Essentials program

Comcast is expanding its low-cost Internet, computers and training programs in Colorado. The program was previously only available to students who qualified for free lunches under the National School Lunch program. Now, students who qualify for reduced-price meals can also use the program.   More than 5,000 Colorado families have enrolled in Internet Essentials in… Continue Reading Comcast expands its Internet Essentials program

iQor, a call center and business process outsourcing company, expects to hire 100 people in Colorado Springs in the next four months to work from their homes. The international company, which has a call center in Pueblo, said it has been testing out a work-at-home model in which employees undergo an intense seven-week training program… Continue Reading iQor set to hire 100 people in the Springs to work from home

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Just 18 months ago, the Colorado Springs market was flush with telecommunications providers, but something went awry. The fledgling companies started falling by the webside. One of the survivors is Vanion Corp. Why did Vanion succeed when so many others did not? And now, even as other technology companies announce cutbacks, Vanion has announced plans… Continue Reading CO company prospers despite telecom downturn

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