Tech Roundup: Welltok partners with benefits provider, Patriot Boot Camp to return, and more

by Joyce Famakinwa
May 10, 2018
Welltok partners with Hygieia Wellness
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Welltok partners with Hygieia Wellness

Denver-based Welltok, a software-as-a-service company for the healthcare industry, announced this week it will partner with Hygieia Wellness. The Michigan-based company is a wellness and employee benefits provider, and Welltok will provide the technology platform for Hygieia Wellness’ health programs and resources. The partnership is a multi-year agreement that will allow Hygieia to deliver a more robust and effective wellness program, according to Hygieia’s CFO, Doug Frederick. [Innovationews]

 

Patriot boot camp will launched in Denver this fall
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Patriot Boot Camp to launch in Denver this fall

Patriot Boot Camp plans to set up shop in Denver this September. Patriot Boot Camp is a nonprofit startup accelerator program aimed at military veterans. The program will host 50 active duty service members, military veterans and veteran spouse entrepreneurs, offering three days of educational workshops, mentoring sessions with startup experts and peer networking. This will be the second time that Patriot Boot Camp has hosted in Denver. [Techrockies]

 

Denver-based SendGrid expands its presence in Silicon Valley
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Denver-based SendGrid expands its presence in Silicon Valley

SendGrid will continue growing its presence in Silicon Valley. It has tripled its space with a new, 15,000-square-foot space in Redwood, California. The new space can accommodate up to 80 employees. In addition, the company has an office in Irvine, California. This expansion is an effort to attract talent beyond Denver. [Techrockies]

 

Younger Generations may fill the cybersecurity talent gap says ProtectWise
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AI will play a role in the cybersecurity talent gap, says ProtectWise

Denver-based cybersecurity company ProtectWise conducted a survey that found younger generations understand the idea that technology and computing will likely play a role in their future careers. The majority of the people surveyed by ProtectWise said they were interested in computer-related careers, but the survey also found that most of the younger generations haven’t had the chance to learn about cybersecurity. The survey found that artificial intelligence might be the key to solving the cybersecurity skills shortage. [ProtectWise]

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