- 1 NBC's Dateline to feature Billings teen who survived plane crash
- 2 Roosevelt County sheriff found sleeping on sidewalk, suspected to be intoxicated
- 3 Yellowstone concession worker found dead
- 4 UM student goes missing on way to Missoula
- 5 Casper threatened with whitewater lawsuit after boy dies in river
The Montana Public Service Commission will decide in September whether to approve NorthWestern Energy’s application to purchase 11 hydroelectric dams from PPL Montana for $900 million.
Approximately 1.8 million travelers go through our nation’s airports every day. Most business travelers think they travel well, but that’s not always the case. They usually don’t think about safety because nothing has happened to them or whatever steps they take to guard their safety can be …
Texting while driving in Montana is dangerous, but not illegal.
As software giant Microsoft prepares to send its widely used XP operating system off into the sunset, many business owners worry that their computers might crash or will suddenly fall prey to hackers.
HELENA — PPL Montana has agreed to install new pollution monitors at its Colstrip and Corette coal-fired plants.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming is poised to expand the Internet system that serves public schools and state offices, the state's chief information officer told lawmakers on Wednesday.
Gov. Steve Bullock and other state leaders are expected to attend an open house today in Butte to mark the launch of the city's high-speed Internet network, the first of its kind in Montana.
CODY, Wyo. — The Park County Sheriff's Office now has access to a Wyoming Civil Air Patrol plane that's equipped with infrared technology to help crews during search-and-rescue operations.
Spam on social media networks has risen 355 percent in just the first six months of 2013, according to a recent Nexgate research report. The greatest motivation for spammers is financial gain. With social spam, they want to drive online traffic to a website where advertisers pay them for the…
LARAMIE, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming Athletics Department has launched a new mobile app for Cowboy and Cowgirl fans with compatible iOS and Android devices.
As America prepares to retire the public telephone network that served us so well for nearly 100 years, we need to take stock of the new Internet-oriented broadband voice, video and data networks that have taken its place. In the past decade, broadband has made tremendous progress: in 2000, …
Over the past year, America’s broadband report card, in my estimation, has gone from a D to a C minus. Although the United States has definitely shown signs of improvement in high-speed Internet access, the achievements have been mostly in mobile broadband, not the wired broadband we need fo…
These days it is easy to create a website, a customer-focused blog, a Facebook page, or a mobile application for your business. Whether your company has a large or small web development staff or you hire an outside agency to maintain your online presence, be sure to consider all facets of yo…
I recently attended a technology conference where presenters discussed many of the hot topics pertaining to technology companies like ours. One of the presenters discussed the security issues that all of us are familiar with: hackers, viruses, spyware, etc. But one of his comments that caugh…
I began my marketing career as a writer, doing what all good writers do: crafting copy that told the unique stories of my clients to the audiences they hoped to reach. So when I first heard the term “content development,” I equated it with little more than good (and plentiful) copywriting.
The world of unified communications is centered on the idea of leveraging powerful technologies and applications to boost productivity. When individual employees have superior tools, they are able to do more with less and increase bottom-line profitability.
North Korea recently launched a cyberattack on South Korean TV stations and banks. Iran carried out a cyber campaign against U.S. banking sites. The U.S. and Israel released malware that disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Governor's Office says more of Wyoming has gained access to high-speed Internet over the last two years.
There’s a new trend in business called BYOD, which stands for Bring Your Own Device to work. Employees are bringing their own smartphones, tablets and other devices to work to better perform their jobs.