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Holly Rose and JR Andrews University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Education / Nonprofits

UA Little Rock Adds Rose, Andrews to Administration (Movers & Shakers)

Holly Rose has been named executive director of development at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and JR Andrews is UA-Little Rock’s new director of planned giving. read more >
Business Services / Insurance / Legal

Reverse Engineering Offers a Solution to Ransomware

Experts say the best way to avoid being a victim of ransomware is to prevent it with the right policies and procedures. read more >
Ted Clouser is the executive vice president of PC Assistance Inc. of Little Rock. His company works with organizations targeted by ransomware, programs that invade systems and encrypt files, allowing cyber criminals to demand a ransom for the locked data.
Business Services / Government & Politics / Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Online Ransom Demands Threaten Businesses in Arkansas

Computer crimes using “ransomware,” malware that encrypts files then demands payment to unlock them, are growing in number and sophistication and are increasingly being seen in Arkansas. read more >
Workers continue renovations to 415 and 417 Main St. in Little Rock, which is Phase 1 of the park's permanent home.
Business Services / Construction / Government & Politics / Small Business

Little Rock Tech Park Announces First Tenants

The Little Rock Technology Park announces the first slate of tenants moving into Phase 1 of its permanent offices at 415 and 417 Main St., which are set to open March 1. read more >
Ben Thomas

Ben Thomas, PC Assistance (Small Private Company CFO of the Year Finalist)

Ben Thomas founded accounting software firm PC Assistance of Little Rock 22 years ago with $2,500 in capital and “zero experience running a business.” Now he’s the small private company’s CEO and CFO. read more >
From left: Robert Lindley, president of Innovative Systems Inc. and Ted Clouser, executive vice president of PC Assistance.
Business Services / Public Companies / Small Business

Moving Businesses to Cloud Complicates IT

Cheaper and easier cloud computing options from big companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Rackspace are making it simpler for businesses to eliminate physical servers, but are complicating the jobs of local information technology firms. read more >