Technology/Telecom

Omaha, Neb.-based Cosentry, a leading Midwest IT solutions provider, today announced it has acquired Milwaukee-based Red Anvil, a full service, managed data center provider.
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Milwaukee-based ARI Network Services Inc. announced today it has acquired TCS Technologies, a Cookville, Tenn.-based provider of software, websites and digital marketing services designed exclusively for dealers, wholesalers, retreaders and manufacturers within the automotive tire and wheel vertical.
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New Orleans, La. – In fulfillment of its mission to support the development of new talent and innovation, The Water Council knew that it needed to bring together wide-ranging, complementary skill sets within a single location to spur industry collaboration. Entrepreneurs, in particular, needed both financial and operational assistance from industry partners in order for their ideas to flourish. And so, The Water Council in partnership with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation established the first global freshwater seed accelerator program, known today as The BREW (Business. Research. Entrepreneurship. In Wisconsin.)
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As more and more data breaches occur, every participant in the U.S. payment system must equally share the responsibility and liability associated with these events. Retailers, card networks, processors and banks must work hand-in-hand and on a level playing field in order to protect consumers. It's time to target those who are truly responsible for data breaches: the criminals stealing credit and debit card information.
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Milwaukee-based information technology firm Symmetry Corp. has named Andy Breton chief financial officer.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee opened its state-of-the-art School of Freshwater Sciences building last week with a dedication and celebration on Friday that drew more than 600 people.
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When the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee unveils its expanded School of Freshwater Sciences this week in a two-day grand opening, it will be more than just celebration of the just-completed $53 million project.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's new Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa will have high-speed computing resources under a new partnership between the UWM Foundation and the Milwaukee Institute.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved GE Healthcare’s SenoClaire, a new breast tomosynthesis solution that provides 3D imaging.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's new Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa will have high-speed computing resources under a new partnership between the UWM Foundation and the Milwaukee Institute.
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