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News On 6 Special Report: Computer Privacy Exposed
11-06-2008, News On 6 - KOTV - Lori Fullbright
TULSA, OK -- When many people get a new computer, they throw away, donate or sell their old one. Businesses will often do the same thing. [read more]

Entrepreneurship Workshop guides aspiring business owners
09-30-2008, The Daily Oklahoman - Jim Stafford
A year ago, Michelle Witt was a graduate student working on her MBA at the University of Tulsa when she heard about the "Who Wants to Be an Entrepreneur?” workshop for aspiring business owners. [read more]

L.A. Oil Company Sues Somebody Over Something Energy: Suit targeting ‘John Doe’ may help Occidental trace leak.
09-15-2008, Los Angeles Business Journal - Joel Russell
The defendant in a lawsuit that Occidental Petroleum Corp. filed last week is a question mark. But whoever it is will now know that the oil giant is hot on the trail. [read more]

Digital Forensics changes name
08-24-2008, Tulsa World - Staff Reports
Digital Forensics Professionals Inc., a Tulsa-based computer investigative service, has changed its name to Avansic. [read more]

With a new moniker, Tulsa tech sleuth eyes expansion
08-12-2008, The Journal Record - Heather Caliendo
TULSA – Gavin Manes said it is popular in the scientific community to make up a word. That logic and looking for a new way to market his company motivated Manes to change the company’s name. [read more]

Tulsa computer investigation firm changes name, names board of directors
08-11-2008, Avansic - Corporate
On the heels of $1 million investment, DFP is now Avansic [read more]

Spam masks itself as news to evade filters
07-29-2008, Tulsa World - Robert Evatt
"Cheap Viagra online"? That's got to be spam. [read more]

Managers get security tips for systems
06-26-2008, Tulsa World - Angel Riggs
A TCC seminar attracts more than 60 business leaders. [read more]

Digital video – the good, the bad, and the techie
06-24-2008, PoliceOne - Doug Wyllie
Digital video files captured with in-car mounted systems can be powerful tools to assist in securing convictions – virtually every prosecutor in America wants to have these incident recordings. Citizens practically expect cameras to be in vehicles – the advent of these systems has spawned countless voyeuristic [read more]

Tulsa Computer Investigation Firm Receives $1 Million Investment
06-19-2008, Tulsa Business Journal - Staff
Digital Forensics Professionals Inc. has signed an agreement with Mimosa Tree Capital Partners, LLC that includes a $1 million investment in the Tulsa-based firm. [read more]

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