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Opinion: New technologies bring varied risks

Guest columnist Richard Russell gives suggestions for safely securing confidential information. 

Brian Mills will bring manufacturing clients in new role.

Entrepreneur Jason Klein recently pleaded guilty to a federal charge for selling bitcoin. What did he do wrong? Web Producer Geoff Pickle checks in.

New artificial intelligence software is empowering caregivers at Mercy Hospital Springfield to pre-emptively combat patient bottlenecks hours before they occur.

A technology software businessman is charged in a 30-count indictment.

A battle between Quikdine.Com Inc. and Lightning Delivery may not be over.

DigitMint Inc., a digital currency service, opened its third office, New York-style pizzeria The Big Slice LLC moved two doors down and Cape Girardeau-based Plaza Tire Service Inc. opened its second Springfield store.

Tedrick Housh III of Lathrop Gage gives advice on what to do in the case of a cyberattack. 

The data center is adding 4,500 square feet of server storage space, as well as additional redundancy systems.

Rows and rows of server racks. Double-door secured entry. Limestone walls wrapped around 80,000 square feet. Motion-sensor lighted hallways. Two 15-foot generators. One-way in; one-way out. And an …

Ensenta Corp. joins the company’s JHA Payment Solutions unit.

The St. Louis-based office technology company picks up some of Ricoh’s book of business.

The current officer moves to a new position within the bank.

Chief Financial Officer Kevin Williams leads the most recent trades.

Online fraud tops the list this season, as well as identity theft, fake charities and phishing emails.

The 23-employee Springfield IT firms sells to Avitus Group.

SBJ examines the year in mergers and acquisitions.

St. Louis-based information technology staffing firm Envision plans to add 132 new jobs at its headquarters.

The development of cryptocurrency software may leave a lasting effect in business.

Logic Forte and Datality Networks founder Jason Klein receives five years of probation and a $10,000 fine.

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