RAPID CITY, S.D. - South Dakota School of Mines & Technology has signed a collaborative agreement with the Harvard Business School to make the HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe) business fundamentals program available to Mines students.
BISMARCK, N.D. - Dakota Carrier Network, headquartered in Fargo, N.D., is expanding its Bismarck data center. The 30,000-square-foot expansion project will provide 12 times the current server floor space available at the center and will increase the center’s total space to 72,000 square feet.
n its annual look at innovation in all U.S. states, the Consumer Technology Association has named North Dakota an innovation champion, the highest of the four distinctions, for its growth in 2015.
Each year, Prairie Business selects a group of extraordinary women who show exemplary leadership, motivation, ambition and talent at work, at home and in their communities. These women prompt some of us to evaluate ourselves and set goals to be and do better. They’re great role models for living successful and meaningful lives at work and at home. This year’s Top 25 Women in Business come from a variety of industries, geographical regions, backgrounds and experiences. It’s quite an impressive group of people and all of us here at Prairie Business extend our sincere congratulations to them.
A cloud-based technology to provide health care through virtual appointments could be the future of rural medicine, and South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing is the first educational institution to train its students to use it