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What You Need to Know About Mobile Payment Devices

SoTech Leaders Q&A on Mobile Payment Devices with Jason Swenk of Payscape Advisors

SoTech: All the

What will your Software Sales Career look like when Bieber is 30?

There are a couple trends in the B2B tech world today that have picked up steam:

More and more companies are

Dell to Acquire SecureWorks

SecureWorks’ Security-as-a-Service Solutions Expand Dell’s Services Portfolio with Industry-Leading Enterprise Protection 

ROUND ROCK, Texas–Dell today announced it has signed a definitive agreement

ClickFox Raises $18M in Series C Funding To Help Gain Insight Into Cross-Channel Customer Behavior

ClickFox,  an Atlanta-based web analytics firm, closed $17.9 million in additional funding.

ClickFox began in 2000, founded by former faculty

SecureWorks Ranked Number 199 Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2010 Technology Fast 500

ATLANTA, /PRNewswire/ — Atlanta-based SecureWorks,® Inc., a leading global provider of information security services protecting 2,900 clients in over 70 countries

First Data Report Shows Banks Missing Opportunities With Debit Cards

A new report by First Data, a global technology and payments processing leader based in Atlanta, reveals banks missing major debit card opportunities.

InComm Buys Coinstar’s E-Payment Business

Atlanta-based InComm acquired Coinstar Inc.’s e-payment business for $40 million. The deal included a prepaid product portfolio including approximately 400

Atlanta based Aldata Solutions acquires UK based Cosmic

Atlanta based Aldata Solutions acquires UK based Cosmic for approximately $4.5 million.

Aldata, which sells a variety of

Atlanta based Suniva receives $141M loan guarantee from U.S. Department of Eneregy

Suniva, a spin-off of Georgia Tech’s Center for Excellence in Photovoltaics and one of the more interesting solar cell makers developing higher

Atlanta ranked as 2nd most-wired city according to Forbes

Atlanta ranks 2nd among the most broadband-connected U.S. cities according to the 2010 Forbes study. The study measures the access to broadband in