CyDeploy is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to create a cloud-based replica of a company’s systems. This can be used to test cybersecurity updates to IT systems and Internet of Things devices, like a Google Home or health and medical devices like a pacemaker.
Mia Millette was promoted to the CEO role at Glen Burnie-based Skyline Technology Solutions in January, and is looking to spread a passion for technology and inspiration for women leaders in the region.
Millette stepped into the day-to-day leadership role after serving as COO of the IT integrator since 2018. She succeeds Skyline founder Brian Holsonbake, who will now serve as chairman and focus on long-term initiatives.
The future of work is like a snowstorm. It affects every community differently.
For some people, snow is about sledding and play. For others, snow means shoveling and isolation. Sometimes the snowstorm is a dusting, and other times it is a paralytic whiteout.
The future of work will be fun for some, challenging for others. It will land like a blizzard for some, while for others it will just flurry for years. But have no doubt: The storm is coming, and it is coming for everyone, even software developers.
Baltimore City’s Health Commissioner said it was a link sharing and email mistake that effectively shut down distribution of first dose shots of the COVID- 19 vaccine in Baltimore City in February.
Officials believe the link sent to patients who’ve already had the first shot, intended only for 2nd dose appointments, may have been shared with others.
Baltimore cybersecurity security company clean.io is bringing on a revenue leader with roots in the Baltimore tech community’s adtech and ecommerce growth of the last decade.
Danielle Repetti joined the company as chief revenue officer, a role in which she will sit on the company’s leadership team, identify new market opportunities, and oversee sales, channel and business development teams.
As a 21st century society, we have become so used to technology startups having odd or made-up names that we often don’t give a second thought to the meanings behind them. But in truth, a lot of sweat, brainpower and mad word science goes into crafting those company monikers.
Insightin Health, a company delivering personalized health care guidance, today announced it has raised $12 million. A spokesperson told VentureBeat the round will support Insightin Health’s plan to bring on more plan providers that service primarily Medicare, Medicaid, and accountable care organization members.
The global big data analytics market for health care was valued at $16.87 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach $67.82 billion by 2025, according to a recent report from Allied Market Research. It’s believed that health care organizations’ implementation of big data analytics might lead to an over 25% reduction in annual costs in the coming years. Better diagnosis and disease predictions, enabled by AI and analytics, can lead to cost reduction by decreasing hospital readmission rates, among other factors.
Multidisciplinary research into COVID-19 and pandemics. AI and medicine. VR and neuroscience.
These are a few areas of collaboration between researchers that span the University of Maryland‘s two campuses in Baltimore and College Park. Now, it’s all being recognized as part of a single university that’s among the top destinations for higher education research and development dollars in the country.
Columbia-based email delivery firm SparkPost has secured a lofty $180 million funding round, which it hopes will fuel significant growth and more acquisitions.
SparkPost, which delivers nearly 40% of the world’s commercial email, has grown significantly in the past several years and throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The new funding came from Philadelphia private equity firm LLR Partners, PNC Bank and NewSpring Capital, which has a presence in six states, including Maryland. The latest infusion brings SparkPost’s total backing to $245 million.
City Garage, the innovation hub in Port Covington, is adding to its mix of companies with tech and venture capital firms.
The Port Covington Development Team said this week that two new companies are moving to City Garage: cellular communications services provider LINQ Services and investment firm CoFactor Ventures. This follows this year’s previous addition of healthcare tech company Olive in City Garage, and the accelerator Conscious Venture Lab at nearby Impact Village.