Quantcast
Home (page 6)

Author Archives: Sharon Fisher

Sharon Fisher is an Idaho Business Review staff writer, covering financial institutions, technology, and business development. She holds a bachelor of science in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a masters in public administration and graduate certificates in geographic informational analysis and in community and regional planning from Boise State University. She likes explaining things and going to meetings. Join me on Twitter at @IBR_SLFisher.

Umpqua adds personal banker to banking app (access required)

photo of umpqua bank

Correction: This story has been updated to correct the number of digital bankers. There will be 250, not 200. The story also incorrectly stated that personal bankers are not available in Boise. A new banking app from Umpqua Bank will ...

Read More »

Catching up with Boise State University’s World Museum — and its high-tech approach to art

photo of world museum

So far, the outside of the Boise State University Fine Arts Building has gotten most of the attention, but the inside is pretty cool, too. Marrying technology and art, the World Museum’s 943-square-foot centerpiece consists of nine 4K screens that ...

Read More »

Most of Idaho is growing, census says (access required)

photo of boise traffic

There’s finally a list where the Treasure Valley didn’t rank first, but even No. 8 is pretty good. That’s the ranking the area reached in percentage metropolitan growth from 2017 to 2018, according to the latest statistics from the U.S. ...

Read More »

How did business fare in the 2019 Idaho Legislature? (access required)

photo of brad little

With both a bang – of a gavel – and with a whimper, both houses of the Idaho Legislature adjourned sine die at 4:20 p.m. on April 11, completing some business priorities but leaving others undone. “This was a difficult ...

Read More »

Cybersecurity is getting more complex (access required)

photo of jay ratcliffe

Companies are learning that there’s more to security than installing antivirus software and calling it good. None of the work in information technology security is “set it and forget it” – instead, it’s an ongoing process, said Hunter Ferguson, a ...

Read More »