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CTData: Exploring the data we have, and how to use it

Michelle Riordan-Nold | CTData |

Data; big data; public data; data science; data driven decision making – terms that are bandied about in public discourse, but what is really meant? The Connecticut Data Collaborative is a...

3 reasons your boss doesn't want you to work from home ... and why she's wrong

CNNMoney |

A lot of companies have flexible work policies on the books that allow for telecommuting.But without serious buy-in from higher-ups, no one will feel...

DOL Fiduciary Rule will have strong impact on financial advisors

A survey released Monday finds 85 percent of investment professionals expect that more of their firms' budgets will be allocated to adopting technology to comply with the the federal Department of...

Collins hopes summer, fall aid HSO’s revival

Keith Griffin |

A Q&A with Steve Collins, executive director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

Social gaming among CT casinos’ latest battles

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Foxwoods is hedging its bets by bringing its gaming experience online with an enhanced FoxwoodONLINE social-casino platform that launched in April.

TV studio helps Hartford HealthCare shape its message

Matt Pilon | 1

Hartford HealthCare recently built a $35,000 TV studio that allows its marketing team to produce entirely in-house, longer, multi-camera programming that it pays to air on local news stations.

UConn gets first in nation gunshot detection system

A gunshot/explosion notification system has been installed at the UConn Storrs campus. It’s the first of its kind to be put in place at a public university in the U.S., according to the company...

6 money saving hacks for pay per click advertising

Kate Gold | Gold & Partners |

Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising is a very valuable advertising tool. Its effectiveness cannot be denied. It’s also a treacherously expensive tool if used incorrectly.

IT job market shows slight decline

A new report by the Connecticut Technology Council shows the IT job opening market declined from April to May.

Hartford revives resident 'help' center

Gregory Seay |

The city of Hartford on Wednesday reactivated its City Hall service aimed at helping new residents and businesses connect with city services.

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