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Remote Connections While most of the business world slowed gradually in March, or even ground to an eventual halt, the story was more dire for the events industry. It just […]

Career Connections To celebrate Massachusetts STEM Week, Oct. 19-23, Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) announced a week-long series of events. STEM Week 2020 is organized by the Executive Office of […]

Taking the Long View The idea of doctors and patients communicating across a distance, via a video connection, is not a new one, Carl Cameron notes. But COVID-19 “opened the […]

From a Distance By Sean Hogan COVID-19 has changed the way we all do business. The remote workforce, which was embraced by a few, is now the new norm and […]

Risk and Reward If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught businesses anything, it’s that employees, in many cases, can do their jobs from home — which can, in theory, lead to […]

Drying Times When it comes to the XLERATOR, his company’s signature hand dryer, filtration is nothing new, Bill Gagnon said. “We’ve had an optional HEPA filtration system in it for […]

Into the Breach Cybersecurity experts say there’s still plenty of misunderstanding when it comes to the reality of data threats. For example, it’s not just big companies being attacked — […]

Air Apparent By Sean Hogan Small businesses have been drawn to VoIP technology because of the substantial cost savings they gain when making the switch. However, as VoIP has continued […]

High-tech Harvest From its humble beginnings in a Southwick basement 40 years ago, Whalley Computer Associates has become a technology company with remarkable reach, providing a host of services to […]

Bit by Bit While growing his business and keeping his employees busy at all times is Jitu Changela’s primary goal, his mission in business is to keep his clients’ employees […]

Mom Tech Many people assume that working from home is less productive than spending time in the office. However, the opposite is oftentimes true. This is especially true now that […]

Baiting the Hook By Jenna Finn Vade Secure, a global leader in predictive e-mail defense, recently published the results of its Phishers’ Favorites report for the second quarter of 2019. […]

Pipeline to Progress When the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center released a study last fall examining potential locations for water-technology demonstration centers in Massachusetts — thus raising the Bay State’s profile […]

Attack the Problem By Sean Hogan Over the course of my time as a business owner, I’ve been asked many times, ‘what keeps you up at night?’ In the early […]

A team from Feeding Hills gets ready to put their robot to the test.

Blasting Off Seeing a group of middle-schoolers design, build, and program robots that perform specific, detailed tasks on cue is an impressive sight. But the impact of the FIRST LEGO […]