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It was a packed house for Courtney Finger’s presentation at #CNX19! If you’re here, make sure to stop by booth 10 in the Expo Hall and say hi to our team 📧
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This Saturday, our Colorado office faces off against other startups in #Denver for the chance to win money for Adoption Search Resource Connection! We are big fans of the event and are completely going to #crushitforcharity. www.startupgames.com/denver ...

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We’re excited to announce that Trust Validity has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Return Path. This is great news for both companies, our customers, our employees, and the entire email ecosystem. The combination of power between Validity’s position as the global leader in data quality and compliance and Return Path’s world-class deliverability expertise provides many opportunities for a greater range of solutions and growth. To learn more, check out our latest blog post. rtpth.co/2VEW0tC ...

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Last week, our own Jeremy Dean and John Carkeet visited the Metropolitan State University of Denver to talk to the student chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals and one of the senior-level Information Security classes. Conversations included the topics of their journeys through IT careers, suggestions for the students as they embark on their careers in IT, how to navigate a career, and answering the students' questions about what it is really like to work in technology. Way to go, Jeremy and John! ...

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