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Higher Yields with Social Media

Higher Yields with Social Media

July 2015
Managing the Risk of Cyber Attack

Managing the Risk of Cyber Attack

In the wake of headline hacker attacks, cyber liability has become one of the fastest growing segments of commercial insurance — mitigating costs that follow a breach.

June 2015
From Google to One-Gig Opelika

From Google to One-Gig Opelika

A former Silicon Valley entrepreneur marries into Alabama, incubates more than 20 new enterprises, and cruises a quartet of his own startups on Opelika’s one-gigabyte fiber.

May 2015
Business Incubation Through Technology

Business Incubation Through Technology

The technology transfer offices of Alabama’s research universities increasingly use innovations to incubate homegrown startup companies.

April 2015
How to Protect and Mine Your IP

How to Protect and Mine Your IP

Building good fences around your intellectual property is only part of it. Capitalizing on, auditing for and cultivating IP in the workplace are profit centers. Not to mention avoiding a costly lawsuit because you didn’t do a simple search.

April 2015
Riding Telecom’s First Waves

Riding Telecom’s First Waves

While an Auburn undergrad, Mark Spencer created the first open-source VoIP application, the foundation of Huntsville-based global telecom Digium. The company’s next innovation bets websites will be answering customer calls via iPad.

April 2015
Main Street Plus Apps

Main Street Plus Apps

Alabama credit unions introduce the latest consumer technologies while preserving the person-to-person service that is a hallmark of their main street corner of the financial market.

March 2015
Making the Most of Serving Nonprofits

Making the Most of Serving Nonprofits

Dave Gray traces the evolution of one of the state’s most successful homegrown IT companies — now serving 60 percent of the YMCAs in North America.

December 2014
HudsonAlpha Breeds Serial Entrepreneurs

HudsonAlpha Breeds Serial Entrepreneurs

A flare for growing biotech companies is a characteristic of the genomic researchers of the HudsonAlpha Institute. The co-founder and one of his first associate entrepreneurs are good examples.

November 2014
Footprints in the Dark Illuminated

Footprints in the Dark Illuminated

Off the radar of research park tenants, snug in downtown Huntsville, Polaris Sensor Technologies Inc. has gone from Homeland Security problem statements to licensed patents to revenues of $5 million a year.

November 2014
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