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Information Technology
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No longer considered a luxury but a necessity, high-speed Internet is being made more affordable for Rhode Islanders with low to moderate incomes through a program promoted by two communications companies. more
The Jewish Allliance of Greater Rhode Island’s website is among the top 10 Jewish Community Center websites this year, according to Accrinet, a North Carolina-based web design and internet marketing firm. more
Four Rhode Island public schools received a total of $80,000 to improve student achievement in science, technology, engineering and math through the Verizon Innovate Learning Grants program. more
U.S. Treasury officials are satisfied the Slater Technology Fund did not spend federal funds recklessly and may be eligible to receive the bulk of a $9 million grant awarded three-and-a-half years ago. more
Concern about how privacy of people taking free, online courses is protected is mounting. more
Nick T. Adams founded Care Thread with Chief Technology Officer Andrew Shearer three years ago. The company provides secure mobile care coordination to health care providers. Adams, the company president, talked about the business with Providence Business News. more
Four of Secure Future Tech Solutions’ business clients were attacked within a month this fall by CryptoWall – malware that appropriates computer data and tries to extort a ransom for it, said company President Eric M. Shorr. more
Economic activity is increasing, with retailers and manufacturers reporting year-over-year increases in sales or revenue, and retailers expecting the momentum to continue during the the holiday season, according to the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book released on Wednesday. more
Richard I. Gouse, president of the New England Institute of Technology for the past 43 years, is leading a new phase of growth at the commuter-based school to accommodate residential students. more
The predecessor of Warwick’s Secure Future Tech Solutions built its reputation on providing “break and fix” computer-repair services. The rise in security threats and demand for services to combat them has grown so much in recent years that company President Eric M. Shorr decided in February that the firm’s old name, PC Troubleshooters, no longer fit its focus. “We’re protecting our clients’ futures by making sure they have a secure network, good backups and reliable systems,” said Shorr, above right, with bench technician Scott Robinson. more
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