THINKmd was selected for DAI’s Innovation into Action Challenge, a competition designed to find and support products and services that will help developing nations tackle social and economic development problems.
Burlington-based THINKmd has signed a memorandum of understanding with Winooski-based Physician’s Computer Company to bring its mobile medical app, MEDSINC, to market in the United States.
Two-year old Mamava is growing in leaps and bounds as the company continues to expand its customer base to include airports, stadiums, zoos, convention centers and school districts.
Bridj, the Boston-based transportation startup founded in Vermont, is branching out to Kansas City and partnering with Ford Motor Co. and the region’s transit authority to offer on-demand bus service.
Gary Margolis, president and chief executive of Social Sentinel, a Vermont threat alert company, said campus officials understand that most students spend huge amounts of time in digital conversations.
Social Sentinel has developed software that can monitor social media and receive alerts about comments, threats, or conversations that cause concern, prompting officials to respond quickly and effectively.
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Floating above every town, university and middle school in America, there’s a digital “cloud” of millions of public postings on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media, waiting to be searched by companies like Social Sentinel that sell security to school administrators and public officials.
Social Sentinel’s five tips to make back-to-school conversations easier urges parents: “Talk to your kids about social media safety.”
Ello founder, Paul Budnitz, recently announced that the social media website will include an online marketplace for creators to sell their work to other users. In addition, content on the site will be viewable by everyone on the web, making it more open and accessible to non-registered users.