Old vs New Technology

By: Matt Gotschall Salvus TG, LLC Nowadays, when people ask us to talk about relevant small business technology topics, it is always about security. Ten years ago, small businesses were focused on hardware and software, five years ago, it was how to move to the cloud,...

Geeking Out Over STEM in Missouri

By: Brian Crouse Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry It’s like any engineering problem. Just start with the end user. In the case of workforce, that’s employers. The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is working to bridge the divide between...

The Science of Brewing Beer

Featured Writer: John Beaudoin KC Communication & Media Matters For many homebrewers, trial-and-error are just part of the beer-making process. Some batches finish just as you’d hoped while others might miss a flavor or fermentation mark. No problem, you...

LSR-7 Robotics Team in Action

Featured Writer: Kirby Asplund The Asplund Group, LLC The FIRST Robotics Competition On the first Saturday of each new year, robotics teams around the world eagerly await the release of the new FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) – a challenge that will dominate a great...

Traditional Roots Adapt to Modern Technologies

There are few, if any, industries that the technology boom hasn’t touched, but, of course, some businesses are affected more than others. Architecture is an interesting industry that was traditionally very manual. Manual drawings with physical overlays to rework...
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