Mine is 6 Terrabytes. How Big is Yours?

By Russ Schissler
October 9, 2014

What exactly is Big Data anyway? According to the internet, Big Data is: Any collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using traditional data processing applications. Any amount of data that’s too big to be handled by one computer. An easily scalable system of unstructured data with accompanying . . .

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New Award, New Location

By Leslie James

The last few weeks at the firehouse have been kind of nuts, but in a good way! CWCC Small Company of the Year On September 25th, we were honored and humbled to have received the Colorado Women’s Chamber Small Company of the Year Award for 2014. The award “recognizes a company that creates a workplace . . .

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“I Attended Denver Startup Week. Now What?”

By Jen Martinez
September 26, 2014

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Denver Startup Week has come and gone. It was a long, fun week filled with informative sessions and alcohol-rich social events. Now that it’s over, what are we supposed to do? Yes, getting back to our normal lives has been a huge relief, but if you’re still looking . . .

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Denver Does NOT Get 300 Days of Sunshine.

By Chad Lundgren
September 23, 2014

Lies, Damned Lies, and Days of Sunshine In damn near every tourist article about Denver, the tired old stat of “Denver gets 300 days of sunshine” gets trotted out. It is sometimes qualified with “almost”, but not nearly often enough. There’s just one problem. It’s not true. Denver has pretty nice weather and does get . . .

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