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Zions offers electronic loan application from Mirador (access required)

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Idaho banks are partnering with a Portland, Oregon-based company on electronic loan applications that can get responses back in a matter of days. “It is an easy system to use and a quick process,” said Jeff McDougall, project manager with ...

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California technology credit union considering Idaho location (access required)

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A venerable San Jose, California-based credit union geared toward the technology community is considering setting up shop in Boise. Tech CU, formally known as Technology Credit Union, hasn’t filed paperwork with the state of Idaho nor received approval from its ...

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Entrepreneurship year in review: Follow the money (access required)

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If there was a theme for Idaho’s entrepreneurial community in 2019, it was follow the money.  And increasingly, the money was making its way here. In April, San Francisco-based privately-held financial advisory and investment firm ICONIQ Capital — rumored to ...

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Cybersecurity 2020: Phishing, ransomware and ‘things’ (access required)

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Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a four-part series on business preparedness for the 2020s. When it comes to cybersecurity, everything old is new again: Hackers are still using fake email addresses to deliver 2014-era malware. Why? Because it ...

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Cloud 2020: Idaho companies making the move (access required)

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Editor’s note: This is the third in a four-part series on business preparedness for the 2020s. The future of information technology services in Idaho? Cloudy. In this case, that’s a good thing. Cloud proponents – companies providing software and storage over ...

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Boise company Cradlepoint helps NORAD track Santa (access required)

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NORTH POLE – Santa doesn’t have 5G yet, but he’s getting closer. “We just got Santa on the path of 5G,” said Todd Krautkremer, chief marketing officer for Cradlepoint Inc., a Boise-based networking hardware and software company. Routers for NORAD For several ...

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Walmart expands customer options and VR training throughout Idaho (access required)

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Walmart has expanded virtual reality training to “every store in Idaho,” one of a number of changes underway at the major retailer, according to a company spokeswoman. VR arrived at the Boise Walmart on Academy in April 2017. Through December ...

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State plans next phase of IT modernization (access required)

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Idaho’s Office of Information Technology Services plans to take the next step of its modernization program to the Legislature during the upcoming session. The initiative continues centralizing Idaho’s computing resources, including moving several full-time equivalent (FTE) positions under the office ...

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