Accio Energy has gone about as far as it can go in the lab, prompting the alternative energy startup to begin making plans to build out a demonstration project and raise a multi-million-dollar seed round to make it happen. Read more about Accio HERE
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Protean recently launched a new teaser site and is currently hiring for seven new job postings. They are building a highly visible, nationwide platform that will change how people think about carrying and using their “plastic” cards for payments, ID and access – and they need your talent to make it happen. Check out the […]
Duo Security, the Ann Arbor-based information technology company, is relocating its corporate headquarters to downtown Ann Arbor after signing a lease for a 14,440-square-foot space at 123 N. Ashley St. Resonant and Duo have been co-located in the former Bay Design Building at 617 Detroit St since January 2013. While Duo is only moving several […]
Sookasa introduced new capabilities for its Sookasa Cloud Compliance Service, including the ability for users to share documents through any email provider using secure private links. For the first time, content that is encrypted on public cloud services can be shared securely using file links with any recipient, with no receiver downloads or setup required. […]
Lawrence Technological University awarded Duo Security CEO and co-founder Dug Song with the title of Innovator of the Year. Announced at a reception on May 15, Song was chosen from nearly 50 nominees for his numerous significant contributions to the information security industry. Read more HERE
We spend a lot of time with our cars; be it chauffeuring the kids around, running errands, driving to meetings or taking them on the phone in the car, delivering packages, or simply commuting to work. We depend heavily on our car and it depends on us. Cargo is a brain and a voice for […]
Everyone knows Google is big. But the truth is that it’s huge. On an average day, Google accounts for about 25 percent of all consumer internet traffic running through North American ISPs.
Using data released by Marvel, a pair of Portland startups were able to create an easy to use database mapping out all of Marvel’s characters
While many key states have laws that make it difficult for companies to limit where their staff work post-employment, the inverse is true in Michigan. Dug Song explains why Duo does things a little differently.
Orchestrate, based in Portland, Ore., has accumulated five paying customers, including the first brand-name customer it can name in public without getting the evil eye: Finnish game publisher Rovio, the folks who make Angry Birds.