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KVH Industries Inc. has signed a new satellite-capacity agreement with SES S.A., to connect more ships traversing prime sea routes along the eastern coasts of Canada and the U.S. and throughout the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico.
Rhode Island Public Radio has completed the equipment acquisition for the first stage of a studio infrastructure overhaul, thanks to a $90,000 grant from Champlin Foundations.
Apollo Safety Inc. has launched a carbon monoxide detection service for parking garages and other enclosed areas that house vehicles.
Five students and one information technology educator have been recognized with National Center for Women & Information Technology awards for aspirations in computing and achievements.
Regional librarian at the Providence Community Library’s Rochambeau location discusses the Girls Who Code Club.
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In the next 3 ½ years, Tech Collective will be providing IT training for more than 400 long-term unemployed Rhode Islanders.
Atrion executives are expecting a record number of participants to attend the fifth annual AlwaysOn Symposium about workplace culture.