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Using Drones to Eliminate Future Forest Fires

Certainly not all fires are bad. For years we have debated whether to let nature take its course or intervene.

Is Ransomware Still a Thing?

Any organization is at risk of becoming a ransomware target.

Smart Cities Aren't

When we get enamored with new tools and toys as “tech for tech’s sake,” we lose the perspective of how smart cities should really work for end-users.

The Importance of Preserving Denver's Technological Ecosystem

As any professional well knows, an uncultivated network will give about as much yield as a neglected garden.

Crossing the Chasm to Revenue and Profit

Entrepreneurs need to cross the chasm by focusing on a specific niche to become its market leader. Then expand.

Empower Employees: Safety-First for Business Travel

For many employees, the potential for business travel can be one of the most appealing parts of a job description.

Catching Z's on the Clock

Nearly one-third of employees polled by the National Sleep Foundation reported falling asleep or becoming very sleepy at work, and losses in productivity associated with employee sleepiness cost the U.S. an estimated $63 billion annually.

Colorado's Wildfire Season Shines Spotlight on Mobile Connectivity

Finding better ways to employ mobile technology that ensures Coloradans remain safe during an emergency needs to be a top priority for our community leaders.

Tapping Technology for Smarter Front Range Development

Tapping digital resources to drive engagement is critical for developers, but also important for civic leaders and economic development teams committed to attracting long-term business growth.

The Futurist: Mini Airports, Coming to a City Near You

The chief competition for drone taxis will be driverless technology. It’ll be a race to see which one develops faster.

Colorado Enacts New Data Security Law – Are You in Compliance?

Among other amendments to Colorado’s existing data breach notification law, the new law defines “personal information” as a combination of a Colorado resident’s first name or initial and last name and more.

Tech Startup: The Priceline of Pot

Analysts see the legal marijuana market topping $20 billion in the U.S. by 2020. Sales hit $1.5 billion in Colorado in 2017.
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