Month: November 2014

By Christi Milligan Bob Sonchen has a little extra office space. The brokerage and consulting firm president moved his technology infrastructure to the cloud more than three years ago. The result?  Easy no-maintenance access to his business data any time, any place…and office real estate in place of a dedicated server closet. “No servers,” said…

When I was contacted about some freelance work for the newly launched Delaware Business Times, I was excited about the opportunity and eager to get to work. Little did I know the first project would be quite the undertaking. The task? To scour the state and find nominees for their first 40 Under 40 class,…

Government plans vow changes for business

By Kathy Canavan The City of Wilmington and New Castle County both released new economic development plans November 10. Both look at public schools and cumbersome regulatory requirements. The county’s Economic Development Strategic Action Plan, posted on the county website, was characterized as a “road map” that lists goals such as “become nationally recognized as…

By Christi Milligan The crew at 1313 Innovation and Digital-Vikings had a challenge:  In just 82 days, create a two-day conference headlined by innovators in medicine, education, and technology, and punctuate the event with demos and entertainment fitting for an inaugural splash. Tech2Gether was the first conference of it kind – a celebration of Delaware…