This afternoon, Minneapolis-based Atomic Data announced it's immediately ending it's sponsorship of AM 1130's Davis & Emmer show because of the outrageous comments Davis made last Friday about victims of the Newtown school shooting.
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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - April 12, 2013 - Atomic Data, Minnesota’s premier private cloud and IT solutions provider announced today the acquisition of Saint Paul based DanburyIT.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - February 18, 2013 - Atomic Data, Minnesota's premier private cloud and IT solutions provider, announced today that they have been chosen by Girl Scouts of the Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys to provide a wide range of support, infrastructure, and monitoring services for its more than 170 staff members.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - January 21, 2013 - Atomic Data, Minnesota's premiere private cloud and IT solutions provider, announced today that Faysal Abraham has been appointed as Chief Operations Officer. Abraham will focus on ensuring Atomic Data’s continued growth and efficiency; working closely with CEO Jim Wolford on improving both the operational controls and reporting procedures.
Solution providers across North America are taking time this holiday season to give back, whether it's raising money to fight diseases or homelessness or donating toys, clothing and food for the needy. Here's a look at some of the philanthropic efforts going on in the channel.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - December 11, 2012 - Atomic Data, Minnesota's premiere private cloud and IT solutions provider, announced today that Mike Horwath has joined the company as Director of Network Engineering. Effective immediately, Horwath will be managing a team of infrastructure and network engineers as well as overseeing Atomic's critical virtualized cloud platform.
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From the September 21st edition of the Minneapolis St. Paul Bussiness Journal.
CEO and co-owner Jim Wolford is featured in the fall issue of St. Johns Magazine (pg. 39).
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There’s plenty of talk these days about “the cloud”—those offsite, online data centers where more and more businesses are storing data and running software-as-a-service applications. But for some firms, the cloud can seem frightening, like the mushroom cloud in a 1960s civil defense film.
Three Minneapolis companies have been named to the 2012 Inner City 100, a list of the fastest-growing inner-city companies in the nation. The ranking was compiled by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City and Fortune magazine. Companies were ranked by their five-year annual growth rate.