Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson presents Virginia Commonwealth flag to DP Facilities President Mark Gerard. Loudoun County is welcoming a new company to Data Center Alley. DP Facilities, Inc., a data center design, construction and management company, owns…
Rhythmic Technologies provides cloud services, IT operations and cybersecurity services for its clients, which are located across the country and in an increasing number of nations outside the U.S.
The new itineraries showcase hands-on activities for people who learn by doing, and places where you can pet, plant or pick. For adults who just want to sit back, sip a brew and enjoy the view, there’s that, as well.
The week features 16 events that allow entrepreneurs to meet and learn from business owners who’ve achieved the next level of success in their industry.
The 15-year lease will consolidate CBP’s Northern Virginia OIT offices and in total, over 3,700 CBP positions will move to Loudoun, including engineers, technicians, scientists and support personnel.
The award-winning Farmer Trading Card program has generated so much excitement that the cards have been featured in local, regional and national media. School systems in other states have replicated the trading card program for their own communities.
Cofense is the leading provider of human-driven phishing defense solutions worldwide. The company was valued by the consortium at $400 million.
Loudoun County’s diverse economy is fueled by Loudoun’s world-class workforce. The second annual “Hire Loudoun” career fair will seek to connect job seekers and employers.