Fifteen students from MIT's Sloan School of Management will visit five different companies during the school's Massachusetts Tech Trek. One of them, Microsoft, is publicly-traded. The others include Kayak (a travel site you may have actually heard of), HubSpot, DemandWare, and Rapid7, a Boston-based "IT vulnerability management" company with about 100 employees.
Imprivata®, Inc., the employee access management company, has been named a 2010 SC Magazine Award finalist in the Reader Trust Award category for Best Multi- and Second-Factor Solution and in the Excellence Award category for Best Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Security Solution. In addition, its customer Bill McQuaid of Parkview Adventist Medical Center has been named a finalist in the Professional Award category for the CSO of the Year. Winners for the 2010 SC Awards, which recognize outstanding achievement in information technology (IT) security, will be announced on Tuesday, March 2, 2010.
QUMAS, the leading provider of Compliance Solutions to highly regulated companies, today announced that Siena Biotech SpA has selected the QUMAS Biotechnology Package (based on the industry leading eDMS DocCompliance) to improve document control, reduce approval lifecycles of documents and SOPs, and to become eCTD ready. Siena Biotech SpA has also selected QUMAS ProcessCompliance to automate Change Control and Non-Conformance Management and drive efficiencies across both processes. Initially, Siena Biotech SpA will roll the QUMAS applications out to 30 users.
D-Link made lots of geeks and early adopters happy today by introducing the revolutionary Boxee Box by D-Link, winner of the CES Best of Innovations award in the Home Entertainment category.