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MIST Cluster brings marine technology business and government partners together

Joe Graben By BECKY GILLETTE Businesses and governments involved in developing and implementing applied technologies for a marine or coastal environment face some similar challenges, one being the highly corrosive nature of saltwater. The Marine Industries Science & Technology (MIST) Cluster is a regional group formed to provide opportunities for people in maritime-related industries from the Florida Panhandle to coastal ...

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Sarah Lee leads her field with innovative thinking

Dr. Sarah Lee By CALLIE DANIELS BRYANT It goes without argument that Mississippi is the stomping grounds for some of America’s most influential people, unfortunately most of them who have left the state to find their fortune. Yet the state is beholden to a woman who has taken incredible strides to empower Mississippians in computing and technology. This woman, Dr. ...

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Hallquist appointed customer account manager at TEC of Bay Springs

TEC is pleased to announce the appointment of Teresa Hallquist as Customer Account Manager at TEC of Bay Springs. Hallquist is responsible for servicing and maintaining customer business. Hallquist attended Jones County Junior College and the University of Southern Mississippi where she studied Business Management and Marketing. She has 10 years of experience in the customer relations industry. Hallquist resides ...

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Fuse.Cloud first to move company headquarters to Landmark Center

Fuse.Cloud, a business technology services provider specializing in voice over IP (VoIP), fiber internet and other cloud-based solutions, has announced their plans to move to Landmark Center in downtown Jackson. This move, effective this October, comes alongside Fuse.Cloud’s effort to accommodate the continued growth of the company. The expansion includes the addition of a Louisiana-based sales director and eight new ...

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Missing teen lured away by video game chat resurfaces

A northwest Mississippi teenager has resurfaced in Illinois four days after he went missing. Olive Branch police say 14-year-old John Aubrey Peal III turned himself in Sunday at an Illinois fire station. Peal had been missing since Wednesday. His parents told local news outlets that Peal left after he made plans to meet someone in person whom he contacted using ...

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LEC’s IIoT Technology garners two 2018 Telecoms Awards

LEC, Inc., recently announced the company’s receipt of two TMT News 2018 Telecoms Awards: Best Industrial Automation Software Provider – USA IIoT Platform of the Year: iQ2™: Intelligence. Squared. The 2018 TMT News Telecoms Awards acknowledge those who have gone beyond their duty to provide technologies that innovate industry. The two honors recognize LEC’s success and leadership in producing automation ...

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Cicayda’s Vick accepted into Forbes Technology Council

Cicayda, a legal technology firm, recently announced that its Chief Strategy Officer Aaron Vick has been accepted into the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs and technology executives. He is the first Mississippi native and resident to be accepted as a member. Cicayda is a leading legal technology firm that combines powerful software and analytics with ...

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Synergetics grows with 7 new employees

Synergetics, an IT solutions and consulting firm, recently hired seven new employees. Morgan deGraaf joins Synergetics as a Sales Account Manager for the Alabama territory. DeGraaf has a customer service background with a focus on custom technology solutions. Owen Williams joins Synergetics as the Purchasing and Receiving Agent. Previously Williams was a purchasing clerk at Kirby Building Systems. Susan Deng ...

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Vertex Aerospace Madison location named as corporate headquarters

Vertex Aerospace was recently acquired by American Industrial Partners, which has named Vertex’s Madison, Mississippi, location as its new headquarters. The announcement marks a $1.42 million corporate investment and creates approximately 70 new jobs over the next two years. “Vertex Aerospace has long been known around the state, the U.S. and the world as an industry leader in the aerospace ...

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Two appointed at TEC

TEC appointed Erica Grant Hines as Marketing Assistant in Jackson. Hines will be responsible for assisting the marketing team in the implementation of all marketing activities. Hines, a Belhaven University graduate, joins TEC with over 10 years of experience in the Marketing field. Hines lives in Ridgeland with her children, Kobe and Kaleb. TEC also appointed John Fletcher as Technician ...

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