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Taa Dixon, a 1994 Colorado College grad with a flair for big-picture thinking, started 720 Media, a website design and strategic marketing firm in Colorado Springs. Two years later, her company has already developed an enviable list of premier marketing accounts. This rising star in the Pikes Peak region’s entrepreneurial skies heads a young team… Continue Reading Rising star applies e-technology tools to marketing

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In the dark days following the terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon, many businesses suffered major revenue losses. Many didn’t recover, and lots that did found new niches for their services.Locally, Old Town Guesthouse in Old Colorado City was among the survivors, but not by doing business as usual.“The terrorist attacks hurt our… Continue Reading Old Colorado Springs bed & breakfast serves up video conferencing

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Imagine this: You are the CEO of a company that generates hundreds of thousands of data files each year. Your back-up systems include standard servers and secured off-site storage. But September 11 happens or a wild fire threatens your facility. Suddenly greater security is an issue, but you can’t justify the cost or rely on… Continue Reading Strategic partnerships key to network dynamics

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Marshall Loeb, senior correspondent with CBS Market Watch, is considered by many to be the dean of American financial forecasting following stints as managing editor of both Fortune and Money Magazine, as well as Time magazine’s business and economy editor.In a recent trip to Colorado Springs to address the Greater Colorado Springs Economic and Development… Continue Reading CBS’ Marshall Loeb outlines 10 nat’l developing economic trends at luncheon

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When Kurt Jensen was laid off from his technology sector job supporting local Department of Defense companies, he did the same thing a lot of the other hundreds of laid-off technology workers in Colorado Springs did. He became a consultant, with his own company.The company is called Ingenuity Source, LLC. His specialty: educating companies on… Continue Reading Ingenuity Source educates companies about protecting computer data

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When the national media shows coverage of the fire in the mountains west of Colorado Springs, they’re telling people Colorado is on fire – and that just isn’t the case, according to a handful of tourism officials, elected officials, and even the Mayor of Manitou Springs.But, that’s not to say the fire is not devastating… Continue Reading Pikes Peak region tourism not threatened by wild fires

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The security of military data and information on commercial computer networks could be safer because of a new education and research center planned by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and the U.S. Space Command. It is called the Network Information and Space Security Center. Projects will initially focus on technological and management issues… Continue Reading CU-Colo. Springs, U.S. Space Command to combine efforts

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Last week I joined a group of fifteen realtors on the “Sales Group Tour,” a monthly shuttled event, organized by Steve Wrestler of Prestige Properties. The program is an informal one – cost is just $50 per year to get on the list. What a great, low-key way to get educated about the Pikes Peak… Continue Reading Briefs: Realtors take shuttle tour of area homes+

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The “Five Nines” (99.999) refers to the “perfect world” of near 100 percent uptime in an information technology network. Between scheduled maintenance of servers, routers, firewalls and LAN’s to intervention both reactively and proactively for viruses, worms, etc., it is, from a practical standpoint, nearly impossible to achieve 99.999 percent uptime. Short of such digital… Continue Reading Commentary: Strive for IT network perfection

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As one of the partners in the firm sat on the other side of the polished conference table, I could tell he thought I was one brick shy of a full load. I had often seen that same look on my wife’s face. “I don’t think we need a firewall,” he said. “What we do… Continue Reading Commentary: A firewall is a must for all companies

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