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Tennessee Tech Companies: take note of several significant changes to our state's data breach statute made effective this summer (July 1, 2016). Prior to the recent change, Tennessee's breach notification statute stated, among other things, that persons, businesses and government agencies in Tennessee that own or...

The inaugural Scenic City Summit was held on Friday, August 12 on UTC's campus.  Over 175 attendees participated during the day to deliver a significant learning experience to the IT community.  Whether you are a long-time developer, manager of developers, responsible for project delivery or...

Originally posted August 9, 2016 on Nooga.com ___________ Chattanooga-based, rapidly growing cloud software company Skuid recently announced the formation of a new subsidiary in Switzerland called Skuid CH AG. The move represents the second international expansion this year. Charlie Brock, CEO of Launch Tennessee, a public-private partnership whose leaders focus on...

By: Paul Weidlich, Shareholder, Chambliss Law Firm pweidlich@chamblisslaw.com During the past couple of years you have probably been told that software patents are dead.  Probably more than once. That’s because since the Supreme Court’s Alice decision in 2014, the Patent Office has routinely rejected software patent applications on the...

Mark your calendars for SQLSaturday #498 Chattanooga 2016! SQLSaturday is a free training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will feature sessions in Microsoft SQL Server development, BI, analytics and Big Data and will be held...

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