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Bomgar unveils Intel-friendly IT support solution

JACKSON — Bomgar announced it can now enable IT support professionals to remotely troubleshoot and resolve issues below the operating system level by using Intel technology. Bomgar users can now access devices powered by Intel Core vPro processors to power up or down and reboot PCs, read and update the BIOS, reimage the drive, and more, all from a remote ...

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Exceed Technologies expands into Tupelo

TUPELO — Exceed Technologies, a full-service information technology company, has expanded into the Tupelo market. Exceed Technologies was founded in Columbus in 2001 by Jeremy Bandre’, the company president. Since then, it has grown from two employees to 19, with four of them working in the Tupelo location. “We’re proud of our company’s success in Columbus, and we see Tupelo ...

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Pickering, College Board investigating Southern Miss

HATTIESBURG — The office of State Auditor Stacey Pickering and the state College Board are looking into whether the University of Southern Mississippi violated state law in the purchase and distribution of 700 tablets in July and August as part of a pilot program. Auditor’s office spokeswoman Lisa Shoemaker told the Hattiesburg American College Board officials have notified the auditor’s ...

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USM employees placed on leave pending review of missing computers

HATTIESBURG — University of Southern Mississippi officials are reviewing possible errors in the implementation of the Southern Miss U-Tab pilot program. Three Southern Miss employees have been placed on administrative leave pending a completion of the review: chief information officer Homer Coffman, director of procurement and contract services Mike Herndon and Dr. Bob Lyman, who resigned his position as provost ...

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Bomgar introduces new integration with Dell KACE

JACKSON — Bomgar has unveiled its new and expanded integration with Dell KACE, a provider of systems management appliances. The new integration will allow support technicians to launch a secure, Bomgar remote support session directly from the Dell KACE Service Desk and Inventory interfaces to immediately begin remotely diagnosing and solving customer problems. In addition to improved support capabilities for ...

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Groups look to boost broadband service availability

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — As the federal government aims to bring broadband capability to as many Americans as possible, various groups in Mississippi are ramping up their efforts to bring the technology to those who don’t have it. The Federal Communications Commission recently announced it is revamping its Connect America Fund to give high-speed Internet capability to seven million people in ...

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Circadence earns another U.S. patent

TUPELO — Circadence, a Boulder, Col.-based provider of WAN and network optimization solutions for commercial and government customers, has issued its 21st United States patent, which focuses on network optimization to further enhance UDP streaming. This latest patent is a product of Circadence’s development team at its Advanced Research and Development Facility in Tupelo. The technology provides a system to ...

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Bomgar introduces new Apple-friendly solution

JACKSON — Bomgar has unveiled the new Bomgar iOS Customer Client, which offers remote support capabilities available for the iPhone and iPad. The Bomgar solution already enables support technicians to push configuration profiles to end-users’ iOS devices, automating routine support tasks such as email and Wi-Fi settings configuration. With the new Bomgar iOS Customer Client, Bomgar users will now be ...

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Microsoft sends last settlement payment to state

JACKSON — Microsoft Corporation has wired its final $5 million to a state account as part of a multi-million-dollar anti-trust settlement the company reached with the state in 2009, announced Attorney General Jim Hood. “We collected $48.5 million for the state and $1 million for Mississippi consumers who redeemed their vouchers,” said Hood. “Mississippi recovered more than any other state ...

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Lott appointed to Camgian's board of directors

STARKVILLE — The board of directors of Camgian Microsystems Corporation has appointed former U.S. Sen. Trent Lott of Mississippi as an independent director of the firm. Lott’s appointment expands Camgian’s board to four directors. “Sen. Lott’s significant experience and valuable perspective on business and government will be a tremendous asset for Camgian as we build our brand and expand our ...

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