ROYAL OAK — Visits with several regular guests will make up three-quarters of the Monday, July 17 M2 TechCast.
GRAND RAPIDS — EAgile Inc., a global leader in Internet of Things technologies, announced the release of its eLink software for mobile e-commerce.
The company said eLink is the first software to combine smartphone-based one-tap ordering, product authentication and customer engagement functions with enterprise-level track and trace visibility into a single product.
HOLLAND — The furniture manufacturer Herman Miller Inc. (NASDAQ: MLHR) has rolled out Live OS, a new line of cloud-connected office furnishings.
Live OS includes an app and dashboard to offer data-based insights to help understand employees’ ever-changing needs in the workplace. With the launch of Live OS, Herman Miller extends its traditional product offering to include this subscription-based service.
SOUTHFIELD — Secure-24, the Southfield provider of managed cloud services, IT operations and applications hosting, has been ranked No. 220 on the 2017 Solution Provider 500 published by CRN, formerly known as Computer Reseller News.
GRAND RAPIDS — 123Net, the Southfield-based provider of network solutions, announced an expansion of its metro fiber data hub in Grand Rapids and vicinity.
TROY — ManagedWay, the Troy-based provider of telecommunications, cloud and colocation services, announced today that it has established a Point-of-Presence at the Canada151 Data Centers in Toronto, enabling fast, reliable service between the U.S. and Canada.
NOVI — The IT consulting firm Red Level is moving to a larger headquarters in Novi to accommodate the company’s rapid growth.
The move, taking place in January, will see Red Level moving from 6,500 square feet of leased space on Catherine Industrial Drive to an 18,000-square-foot, company-owned building at 40200 Grand River Avenue.
The company says that following renovation, the new space will boast a contemporary open floor plan, cutting edge collaboration areas and plenty of natural light – a welcoming work environment for the talented technology professionals the company attracts.
TROY — Cloud technologies are making it easier for manufacturers to meet changing customer demands, according to the 2016 Plex State of Manufacturing Technology survey.
The annual survey of nearly 200 manufacturing organizations finds many manufacturers also using cloud technologies to drive product innovation and improve operational efficiency.
GRAND RAPIDS — The Grand Rapids-based data center management software developer Blue Medora announced the close of an $8.6 million Series B funding round led by St. Louis-based Lewis & Clark Ventures.
Blue Medora’s existing investors — Palo Alto, Calif.-based VMware Inc., Ann Arbor-based eLab Ventures, and Grand Rapids-based Start Garden and Grand Angels, also supported the round, bringing Blue Medora’s total capital raised since its inception to $14.5 million.
ANN ARBOR — Online Tech Inc., based in Ann Arbor with data centers in Ann Arbor, Westland and Flint, opened its first data center outside Michigan in Indianapolis in 2014.
Now, the National Football League is giving Online Tech an opportunity to bring Detroit and Indianapolis together — for a football party.
The Lions open their 2016 NFL schedule Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Indianapolis Colts. And Online Tech — along with partners Adapture and Centrics IT — is offering a tailgate party and ticket contest to the game.
To enter to win tickets to the tailgate party and the game, visit http://web.onlinetech.com/tailgate-with-online-tech-mitechnews.
You won’t need to worry about transportation from the party to the game — Online Tech’s Indanapolis data center is across the street from Lucas Oil Stadium.
Online Tech is Michigan’s oldest private internet service provider, and offers a wide variety of managed services, including colocation, disaster recovery, data security, and more.