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Jaswinder Matharu, Richard Roth Join Sevatec Advisory Board

Fairfax, Virginia-based technology services contractor Sevatec has appointed industry veterans Jaswinder Matharu and Richard Roth to the company’s board of advisers. Matharu, a 20-year federal market veteran, led data warehousing and analytics firm Agilis International as president and CEO before its acquisition by Infogix in 2014, Sevatec said Wednesday. He also previously held …

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Dennis Huber, Kevin Peters Join Cartesian as Advisory Board Members; Peter Woodward Comments

Kevin Peters and Dennis Huber, respectively former executives at AT&T and CenturyLink, has joined the advisory board of management consulting and managed technology services company Cartesian. Both appointees will support and provide advice to the company’s leadership team on strategic planning, business development and operations management efforts, Cartesian said Thursday. “Dennis …

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Sprint Teams with McAfee to Protect Mobile Information

Sprint (NYSE: S) has partnered with McAfee to offer Sprint customers easy access to McAfee Mobile Security and McAfee Family Protection Android Edition software to protect information stored on their mobile devices. Sprint customers using select Android-powered devices can download the McAfee Mobile Security and McAfee Family Protection Android Edition …

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New Smartphone Already Obsolete

Smartphones are a lot like new cars. The second you drive it off the lot, it’s worth half what you paid. Or at least by the time you get through the line at the Apple store, the latest iPhone is out of date. A Retrevo technology lifecycle study found 62 …

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Area Firms Recognized for Hiring Veterans

Government contractors have long seen the value of employing military personnel. Veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce often begin their job searches in contractor HR departments. As proof of the semiotic relationship between the military and the contracting industry, CivilianJobs.com recognized several area contracting firms this week when it released …

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