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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Within the next five years, upward of 80% of businesses will use cloud computing in some form, most surveys find.
This year alone, Microsoft says, it will conduct one million audits of companies that use Office and charge those who don’t use the cloud-based Office 365 more for the software.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley distributed 9.5 million pounds of food -- the equivalent of more than 6.3 million meals -- to hungry people in Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties last year, the agency reported this morning. The past year represented the fourth consecutive year that distribution exceeded nine million pounds, with an increase of 368,000 pounds over 2013.
“We are pleased in our efforts to meet the need, but saddened that the need is so great,” said Mike Iberis, Second Harvest executive director.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Equipment Appraisal Services, a Youngstown Business Incubator portfolio company that provides machinery and equipment appraisals, is partnering with Proxibid to provide an online marketplace for its products.
EquipmentAuction.com, a subsidiary of the YBI company, offers multiple formats for selling machinery. It will use Proxibid’s services to provide customers a secure, online venue to do business.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp., enjoyed “another great year,” reports its executive director, Ian Beniston, capped off by being chosen community development corporation of the year by the Ohio CDC Association.
YNDC distributed its annual report this week to news organizations, outlining its accomplishments, which also included receiving the Spirit of Excellence award from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Some years it's technology, others it's luxury. This year power is the theme the North American International Auto Show.
Monday in Detroit, the first day of press previews, Ford announced its most powerful Mustang ever and the return of the GT super car, Mercedes-Benz announced the addition of the 450 AMG to its C-class line and Acura brought its own super car, the NSX, out of the design phase.