Posts Tagged ‘computer’

MSU cyber operations education earns federal designation

STARKVILLE — The National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command have designated Mississippi State University as a Center of Academic Excellence in cyber operations. The certification comes after a rigorous, two-year application process by faculty in the departments of computer science and engineering (CSE) and electrical and computer engineering (ECE). David A. Dampier, a professor […] [...]

Bomgar product passes Symantec’s security test

by MBJ Staff Published: May 31,2013

Tags: computer, information technology, security, software, technology, test

JACKSON — Bomgar’s remote support solution has passed a security assessment performed by Symantec Consulting Services, according to the Jackson-based tech company. Symantec conducted its Product Penetration Test to evaluate the Bomgar solution’s components and related environment against established security best practices. The purpose of the assessment was to evaluate the security of Bomgar’s product […] [...]

NVision expands through new agreement with QinetiQ

HANCOCK COUNTY — NVision Solutions Inc. has expanded its engineering services and capabilities through a strategic licensing agreement with QinetiQ North America Inc. (QNA) and the addition of personnel with expertise in underwater sensors and acoustic telemetry. Under its agreement with QNA, NVision will have the exclusive right to further develop and license to end […] [...]

Newspaper recognizes tech company for excellent workplace

by MBJ Staff Published: April 30,2013

Tags: award, computer, high technology, information technology, media, newspaper, remote, software, support, workplace

JACKSON — Bomgar has been named one of the top companies to work for in Atlanta by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In the small business category of the AJC’s Top 100 Workplaces for 2013, Bomgar was ranked as the No. 4 company to work for in Atlanta. Any Atlanta company with more than 50 employees is […] [...]

Survey: State lost $616.5M in online sales taxes over last five years

by Associated Press Published: April 25,2013

Tags: computer, ecommerce, Internet, online, sales, Sales Tax, shop, shopper, shopping, survey, tax, tax collection

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Mississippi lost at least $616.5 million in online sales tax collections during the five-year period from 2007 until 2012, a survey says. Mississippi and other states could soon have the option to collect sales taxes on Internet purchases if the U.S. Senate approves, as expected, the Marketplace Fairness Act, legislation that would […] [...]

Economic developer: 4G network will boost county

NORTH MISSISSIPPI — AT&T has expanded it 4G LTE network in Northwest Mississippi. AT&T 4G LTE coverage now includes parts of Batesville along Highway 6, Sardis and South Oxford. AT&T launched 4G LTE in Oxford Dec. 18, 2012, and the expanded coverage is part of its ongoing rollout across the market. “The addition of a […] [...]

Bomgar unveils new solution for Android, iOS apps

JACKSON — Bomgar has introduced its new Embedded Remote App Support technology, which enables remote screen sharing and support for Android and iOS apps. The technology is delivered in a software development kit (SDK) that can be included in any Apple iOS or Android app by the app developer. Once Embedded Remote App Support is […] [...]

Commission offers online applications for first time

JACKSON — The Mississippi Athletic Commission recently released online applications for sports licenses and event permits. It is the first-ever online service launched by the Commission. “These convenient online services enable citizens to securely purchase a license or an event permit in a few quick and easy steps,” said Jon Lewis, Mississippi Athletic Commission chairman. […] [...]

State to get nearly $115K in settlement with Google

by Associated Press Published: March 13,2013

Tags: attorney general, computer, Internet, law, lawsuit, legal, settlement, state government, technology

JACKSON — Mississippi will receive $114,995 from Google Inc. as part of a settlement with the Internet giant over the collection of emails, passwords and other sensitive information sent over wireless networks around the world. The state’s share of the payment was announced Tuesday by Attorney General Jim Hood. Hood says the settlement is the […] [...]

Trustmark selects CONIX’s anti-fraud solution

by MBJ Staff Published: March 11,2013

Tags: bank, banker, banking, computer, finance, financial institution, fraud, software, solution, technology

JACKSON — Trustmark National Bank has added CONIX Systems Inc.’s Fraud Detective solution to the bank’s payment processing operation. Manchester, Vt.-based CONIX says Fraud Detective helps banks and payment processors reduce both risk and cost by improving the speed and accuracy of identifying payment fraud across payment channels. “Trustmark has systematically implemented payment alternatives for […] [...]

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