- Technically DC: Days after a cyberattack, Howard U is still largely offline. Here’s how colleges need to protect themselves September 20, 2021 - Although Labor Day is in the rearview, some Howard University students and staff saw their time off extended this week. The reason: a ransomware attack that has left the school offline, even days later.… Read More
- Technically DC: Get some fresh air at DC’s outdoor coworking spaces this fal September 19, 2021 - As we come upon the end of swamp summer, the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) has a new option for those looking to actually head outside. The BID, DC flexible workspace company WorkChew and Verizon are partnering… Read More
- Technically DC: This Falls Church founder wants to build out infrastructure — in space September 18, 2021 - To Foundation for the Future cofounder Tim Chrisman, space travel isn’t boring enough yet. In the midst of writing his book, Humanity in Space, Chrisman told Technical.ly he realized that while he had high… Read More
- Technically DC: Money Moves: A Rockville lab testing firm is one of the first to trade on a crowdfunding stock platform September 17, 2021 - Rockville, Maryland-based clinical laboratory testing company 20/20 GeneSystems is among the first to trade its shares on the StartEngine Secondary platform, which focuses on crowdfunding. The firm also ranked #770 on the 2021 Inc 5000 list,… Read More
- DC Inno: UVa. grads launch D.C.-centric online marketplace for locally made goods September 16, 2021 - D.C. small businesses are getting a new, homegrown alternative to sites like Amazon and Etsy to help them sell their goods to customers. Co-founders Byron Harvey and Mario Sukkar just launched online marketplace Creek in mid-August.… Read More
- Technically DC: Power Moves: [email protected] has an official CTO, who will use tech to help job seekers without a degree September 8, 2021 - For the month of August, we’ve been taking a look at what’s what in the work environment world for our How We Work Now theme. And while we’ve found pockets of IRL… Read More
- Technically DC: With a new WeWork contract, federal gov is breaking into the coworking game September 7, 2021 - With the uncertainty of the fall, companies across the country have been ditching their office contracts in favor of coworking spaces to give employees the option of hybrid work. And the latest… Read More
- DC Inno: VTG targets unmanned undersea capabilities with latest acquisition September 6, 2021 - VTG has made another acquisition, buying ASSETT Inc. of Manassas in a deal announced Wednesday. The acquisition brings Chantilly's VTG a company with AI and machine learning experience in the… Read More
- Technically DC: After 7 years of bootstrapped growth, here’s what’s next for downtown DC cybersecurity firm Arlo Solutions September 5, 2021 - For Arlo Solutions cofounders Lonye Ford and Arlene Wube, recent nationwide recognition of its cyber offerings has been a long time coming. The downtown DC-based government contracting firm focuses on cybersecurity and intelligence support for… Read More
- Technically DC: Carpe DM is launching its dating app for Black women this fall September 4, 2021 - For CarpeDM cofounders Sali Hama and Naza Shelley, the knowledge that Black women have a harder time on dating apps is not new information. But it was finding specific research that showed how strong relationships can ultimately provide economic,… Read More
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