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Cox Communications has appointed two new vice presidents for its Northeast region covering Connecticut, Ohio and Rhode Island: Debra Cornish and Chuck Stauffer. more
A Cybersecurity Summit was held recently at the U.S. Naval War College to discuss how Rhode Island can pay a role in this expanding industry as well as ways to protect entities from cyberattacks. more
International Game Technology PLC’s subsidiary, GTECH Corp., has signed contracts with the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission and Wisconsin Lottery. more
Cox WiFi Internet access is now available on Upper and Lower Thames streets for Cox high speed Internet customers, marking the second location in recent weeks to feature the service. more
President and CEO of Providence-based Scandia talks with Providence Business News about the Web-development company’s recent acquisition of Mindfly in Bellingham, Wash. more
Small businesses are usually too small to support their own tech staff to fix computers or software problems as they arise. Frank Anzivino, an IT specialist, opened his tech-support business, AnziTech, last August, with the goal of providing … more
Twelve teachers from around the country are participating in a year-long program in marine technology and ocean sciences at the University of Rhode Island’s Inner Space Center. more
Cox Communications was recognized recently by President Barack Obama when he unveiled ConnectALL, an initiative to help Americans, at all income levels, have Internet access. more
Videotel, a provider of e-Learning maritime training solutions and a company of KVH Industries Inc., now has nearly 60 new and updated titles. more
GTECH Center has changed its signage and name to reflect the new branding of its main tenant International Game Technology. more
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