1. Articles in category: Information Technology

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    1. WMass broadband development gets $50 million boost from Gov. Charlie Baker

      Explore masslive.com (Feb 18 2015)

      WMass broadband development gets $50 million boost from Gov. Charlie Baker

      Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday that he will commit $50 million in state money to build out broadband internet service to businesses and homes in rural Western Massachusetts. Baker called broadband development "an essential part of building stronger communities and a stronger economy." Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito said in a statement, "With this funding, we are one step closer towards closing the digital divide that continues to hinder residents and businesses in Western Massachusetts."

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   Massachusetts Broadband Institute

    2. MassMutual partners with Mount Holyoke College, Smith College on data science initiative for women | masslive

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      MassMutual partners with Mount Holyoke College, Smith College on data science initiative for women | masslive

      Data science, the emerging field of statistics that uses high-tech tools to crunch numbers and analyze everything from health care outcomes to Shakespeare's plays, got a boost Thursday at nearby women's schools Smith College and Mount Holyoke College from MassMutual Financial Group.  Smith College Provost Katherine Rowe said that data science is stretching across all areas of study and at Smith, data science allows scholars to apply computing power and modeling software to data sets.

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      Mentions:   Smith College   MassMutual   Mount Holyoke College

    3. Girls Who Code comes to Springfield to get young women interested in technology careers | masslive

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      Girls Who Code comes to Springfield to get young women interested in technology careers | masslive

      MassMutual is bringing Girls Who Code, a national group aiming to bring more young women into lucrative tech careers, to Springfield this summer.  It is the first time Girls Who Code will be in Springfield. The program is expanding 19 seven-week summer immersion programs that served 375 girls in 2014 to 60 programs reaching 1,200 girls in 2015.

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      Mentions:   MassMutual   Springfield

    4. Paragus Strategic IT CEO Delcie Bean on how to turn youth into a strong workforce | masslive

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      Paragus Strategic IT CEO Delcie Bean on how to turn youth into a strong workforce | masslive

      Delcie Bean wants to do everything he can to make Massachusetts the technology capital of the Northeast, but he knows he can't do it alone.  The Paragus Strategic IT CEO's progressive position on how to sustainably grow his Hadley company was the major motivation behind launching his nonprofit venture, Tech Foundry, in 2014.

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      Mentions:   MassMutual Center   Springfield

    5. Top Entrepreneur 2014: Delcie Bean | BusinessWest

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      Top Entrepreneur 2014: Delcie Bean | BusinessWest

      That was the case with people named Elvis, Ringo, and Tiger (OK, his real name is Eldrick). And, to a lesser extent, it’s working for the 29-year-old that BusinessWest has chosen to be its Top Entrepreneur for 2014 — Delcie Bean. Or just ‘Delcie,’ because that’s all that’s generally required when he becomes the subject of conversation. That’s true in part because, well, let’s face it, there are not many Delcies out there. But it’s also because Bean, in just a few years, has become a dominant force in the business community — and also with ...

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    6. Playing for Keeps

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      Playing for Keeps

      The video-game-development company that he and Paul Hake started in 2008 has grown exponentially from its humble beginnings and now employs about 35 people. Based first in Greenfield, then Hatfield, and most recently in Amherst, the firm relocated to downtown Springfield last week, thanks to a commitment of $1.25 million by area investors to keep HitPoint local at a time when Boston and California were calling.

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    7. Springfield's Baystate Health opens TechSpring innovation hub downtown - The Republican

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      Springfield's Baystate Health opens TechSpring innovation hub downtown - The Republican

      Dr. Keroack along with state and city economic development officials opened TechSpring Friday at the MassLive building, 1350 Main St., the former One Financial Plaza. Funded with a $5.5 million grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, TechSpring is a "collision space" and collaborative where innovators in the health care technology field can work with Baystate, gaining access to its data and to its expertise in return for developing technologies that help improve people's health, said Managing Director Christian Lagier, himself an import from Denmark via Silicon Valley in California.

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      Mentions:   Domenic J. Sarno   Massachusetts Life Sciences Center   Baystate Health

    8. Baystate Health opens shared space in Springfield for health care tech companies

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      Baystate Health opens shared space in Springfield for health care tech companies

      Friday is the official ribbon-cutting for a new shared workspace in Springfield focused on testing and deploying new health care technologies. Baystate Health, the big nonprofit healthcare system that spawned the space, has dubbed it the Baystate Health Technology Innovation Center. But that sounds like a name coughed up by a committee, and Christian Lagier, a former entrepreneur and business development executive who will run it, says he expects everyone will call it TechSpring.

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      Mentions:   Massachusetts Life Sciences Center   Baystate Health   Springfield

    9. Springfield Innovation Hub plans cafe, co-working space and 'activation' of Bridge Street Park where Steiger's once stood | masslive

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      Springfield Innovation Hub plans cafe, co-working space and 'activation' of Bridge Street Park where Steiger's once stood | masslive

      The Springfield Innovation Hub will be one of the tenants in the Springfield Innovation Center being created by DevelopSpringfield in 16,450 square feet of space now owned by DevelopSpringfield at 270 and 276-284 Bridge St. facing the park.  He hopes to have the cafe, once planned for the former Cobalt space at City Stage, open in April 2015. Bean said the idea moved when DevelopSpringfield firmed up its plans for Bridge Street.  The location is right around the corner from where New England Public Radio opened its new studios and offices this week.  The Springfield Innovation Center received $2 ...

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   MassMutual   Springfield

    10. Capturing the ‘Paragus Vibe’

      Explore BusinessWest (Oct 21 2014)

      Capturing the ‘Paragus Vibe’

      Sherwin Williams calls it “outrageous green.”  That’s the exceedingly bright, neon-like shade that has come to define the company now known as Paragus Strategic IT since it changed its name from Valley ComputerWorks and embarked on an aggressive branding initiative several years ago.  And there’s a lot of it at this technology-solutions company’s new headquarters facility on Route 9 in Hadley, which was unveiled at an elaborate launch last week. There’s also a somewhat softer, muted version seen on some interior walls, carpeting, and other places, as well as a host of other exotic colors, including ...

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    11. Holyoke company VertitechIT announces deal with Baystate Health to manage new data system

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      Holyoke company VertitechIT announces deal with Baystate Health to manage new data system

      The announcement of VertitechIT's work with Baystate Health came during a ceremony officially opening VertitechIT's headquarters at Open Square off Lyman Street. The 13-year-old company moved here in March from Northampton. Clownishly large scissors wielded by VertitechIT founders and Mayor Alex B. Morse snipped a computer cable filling in as a ribbon at the VertitechIT office. Chief Operating Officer Gregory H. Pellerin said the growing company needed a comfortable, tech-friendly place to expand. Holyoke, with the presence of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center a block away, provided that, he said.

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      Mentions:   Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce   Baystate Health   Kathleen G. Anderson

    12. Holyoke officials to welcome VertitechIT national computer consultant to new Open Square headquarters

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      Holyoke officials to welcome VertitechIT national computer consultant to new Open Square headquarters

      VertitechIT, a computer networking and consulting company, will hold a ceremony at its national headquarters here at 5 p.m. on Friday (Oct. 17) at Open Square off Lyman Street. The announcement will include discussion about high-tech jobs and a business arrangement with Baystate Health, Vice President Steve Shaw said in a phone interview Thursday

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Smith College   Amherst College

    13. VertitechIT opens expanded headquarters in Holyoke's Open Square | masslive

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      VertitechIT opens expanded headquarters in Holyoke's Open Square | masslive

      Vertitech IT a national computer networking and consulting firm with a focus hospitals and health care will host a grand opening expanded headquarters in Holyoke's Open Square building at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 17.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

    14. UMass receives gift of $1.5 million worth of equipment from Juniper Networks

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      UMass receives gift of $1.5 million worth of equipment from Juniper Networks

      The California-based Juniper Networks has donated equipment with a value of $1.5 million to the University of Massachusetts to build a high-speed network to support science research and increase the ease of use and speed of large academic data transfers across campus, according to a press release. UMass Amherst Chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy in a statement said, "This generous donation will provide a powerful tool for the world-class research and academic programs at the Commonwealth's flagship university.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Amherst   Holyoke

    15. State, MassChallenge Launch Government Innovation Competition

      Explore BusinessWest (Aug 22 2014)

      MassIT, the Commonwealth’s lead state agency for technology across the executive branch, announced a first-of-its-kind MassIT Government Innovation Competition, with a $50,000 prize for the winning project. MassIT will partner with MassChallenge, a start-up accelerator that supports high-impact, early-stage entrepreneurs, on this initiative. The goal of the MassIT Government Innovation Competition is to provide high-quality startups with incentives to develop innovative solutions that can help the state government meet constituent needs more efficiently and at lower cost to taxpayers. For the first time, the Commonwealth will have access to entrepreneurs focused on improving the constituent-government relationship. The Commonwealth ...

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    16. Garvey Communication Associates and Mary Fallon gets Google Partner designation

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      Garvey Communication Associates and Mary Fallon gets Google Partner designation

      Google has awarded Garvey Communication Associates Inc. with a Google Partner designation, a unique certification that designates company as an experienced and trusted online advertising expert. Under the direction of Media Director Mary K. Fallon, the agency has built up a team of Google AdWords Qualified Individuals and achieved its partner designation through “demonstrated expertise, experience, and a measurably high level of customer satisfaction” the Google description of partner qualifications.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   The Republican

    17. Holyoke is the Green city of the future

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      Holyoke is the Green city of the future

      The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) helped make Massachusetts the fourth-greenest state for building last year, but the facility’s highest-level certification by the U.S. Green Building Council was just the latest in a series of environmental successes achieved by the data center’s host city of Holyoke, which is remaking itself into an environmentally friendly center of modern urban living and commerce. These achievements, striking in a city anchored by 100-year-old mill buildings, have been enabled through a unique partnership among local and state government, academia and the business community.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   University of Massachusetts   Holyoke

    18. Editorial: Springfield Innovation Cafe will offer high-test ideas and caffeine

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      Editorial: Springfield Innovation Cafe will offer high-test ideas and caffeine

      The Springfield Innovation Café is still in its conceptual phase, but once realized, it has the potential to be to innovators in Western Massachusetts what the Student Prince and Fort Dining Room has been for the region’s politicians and businessmen. As envisioned by Paul Silva and Delcie Bean, the café will feature white boards, computers and, of course, Internet access. It will feature long hours to allow those in the innovation business time to gather before, during and after work to share ideas, brainstorm and think through solutions.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Student Prince   Valley Venture Mentors

    19. Holyoke to get 'progress' update about economic development, quality-of-life

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      Holyoke to get 'progress' update about economic development, quality-of-life

      he Innovation District is the area downtown around the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center. The center is a $165 million research facility on Bigelow Street that overlooks the canals and is operated by a cluster of universities like Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, private companies and the state. Vega said among items he will discuss is the version of an economic development bill that the House of Representatives passed. It includes money to give tax incentives to companies that add jobs in Massachusetts' so-called "gateway cities." Such cities, of which Holyoke is one, are mid-size urban areas ...

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Holyoke   The Republican

    20. PVPC Launches New Website

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      PVPC Launches New Website

      We are excited to announce that the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission has just launched a new, improved website especially designed to make it easier and more engaging for different categories of users-citizens, planners, and media members alike-to search, explore, and connect with PVPC staff and the commission's diverse areas of work.

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      Mentions:   Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

    21. Valley Venture Mentors accelerator to receive $100000 from MassTech

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      Valley Venture Mentors accelerator to receive $100000 from MassTech

      Valley Venture Mentors received a $100,000  grant Monday from Massachusetts Technology Collaborative toward VVM's planned accelerator, a collaborative work space for young high-tech startup companies in Downtown's Tower Square. Gov. Deval Patrick announced the grant Monday during a visit to what backers are calling the Springfield Innovation District. Other stops included Tech Foundry, a computer science program for high school students, located nearby at 1391 Main St., and a third stop to Baystate Innovation Center, a business incubator program of Baystate Health located in 1350 Main St.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   MassMutual   Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

    22. Gov. Deval Patrick plans Springfield visit to sign bill, make affordable housing announcement, tour Tech Foundry

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      Gov. Deval Patrick plans Springfield visit to sign bill, make affordable housing announcement, tour Tech Foundry

      Gov. Deval Patrick is scheduled to take part in a tour at Tech Foundry in the downtown, and make an announcement regarding affordable housing in the South End during separate appearances in Springfield on Monday.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   Springfield

    23. Springfield Innovation Cafe to provide a place for Springfield tech crowd to congregate | masslive

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      Springfield Innovation Cafe to provide a place for Springfield tech crowd to congregate | masslive

      Springfield Innovation Cafe won't really be about serving a cup of coffee, said Paragus Strategic IT CEO Delcie Bean, one of the backers behind the venture.  It will be about serving Springfield tech-savvy entrepreneurs by giving them a place to hang out, charge up - be it with caffeine or with electricity - and bounce ideas off each other.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   MassDevelopment   Springfield

    24. VertitechIT buys Pennsylvania company | masslive

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      VertitechIT buys Pennsylvania company | masslive

      VertitechIT of Holyoke has announced the acquisition of Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based Health Technology Solutions.  HTS President Terry Grogan has been appointed VertitechIT chief information officer.  Health Technology Solutions develops technology solutions and services for healthcare providers and academic institutions throughout the United States. Grogan brings with her more than 15 years of experience directing information technology services in healthcare environments with specific expertise in operational and regulatory matters. She currently serves and will continue as the acting Chief Technology Officer for the Temple University Hospital System.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

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