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It’s a classic coming-of-age story: breakthrough technology excites technical community who experiment and evolve it; true believers champion the technology to a wider audience; it becomes a buzzword; the big guys swoop in to make it accessible to the masses.
Are we talking about artificial intelligence, conversational interfaces like Alexa, computer vision? (more…)
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Baltimore, MD (May 10, 2013) — Baltimore SmartCEO and Title Sponsor Comcast Business announced today the 2013 VOLTAGE Award honorees. The VOLTAGE Awards program celebrates the role that technology plays in the business community and the future impact the technology sector will have on economic growth. The 2013 VOLTAGE award finalists collectively generate more than $49.6 billion in annual revenue and employ over 177,000 individuals in Greater Baltimore.
The VOLTAGE Awards recognize the accomplishments of Greater Baltimore’s pioneering Technology Innovators and Technology Implementers. The finalists are recognized for their creative vision, leadership philosophies, innovative strategizing and undeniable work ethic. The 2013 VOLTAGE finalists are profiled in the May 2013 issue of Baltimore SmartCEO magazine.
Winners were revealed at the Baltimore SmartCEO VOLTAGE awards ceremony on May 9, 2013, at the Westin BWI Hotel in Linthicum, MD. More…
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BALTIMORE, MD – December 20, 2012 – Mind Over Machines, Inc., a Maryland-based provider of consulting and information technology services to commercial and government clients, and The Seva Group, a provider of technology services to commercial and government clients, executed a purchase agreement yesterday whereby Mind Over Machines acquired the assets of The Seva Group.
Mind Over Machines now comprises one of the largest IT consultancies serving the Mid-Atlantic region, offering clients a deeper, stronger team with expanded breadth of services and market solutions. Tom Loveland retains his role as CEO of Mind Over Machines. Chris Long, formerly president of The Seva Group, becomes executive vice president and a shareholder of Mind Over Machines. Other executives of both firms retain their positions.
“We are extremely fortunate that our executive teams are perfectly complementary,” said Loveland. “Since founding…