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Dave Troy needs a CEO // BaltTech blogger leaves Baltimore Sun // StormSlope to unveil ‘green wall’ in 2013 [Startup Roundup]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem. As of Jan. 2, Peter Altabef will succeed A. L. “Tom” Giannopoulos as CEO of Micros Systems, a Columbia-based IT company, according to the Baltimore Sun. Altabef is a former president of Dell Inc.’s IT services division. “Howard County IT services […]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem.
As of Jan. 2, Peter Altabef will succeed A. L. “Tom” Giannopoulos as CEO of Micros Systems, a Columbia-based IT company, according to the Baltimore Sun. Altabef is a former president of Dell Inc.’s IT services division.
“Howard County IT services provider 7Delta Inc. has more than doubled its staff, expects to triple sales and is hiring a dozen workers,” reports Bmore Media. The driving factor behind the growth? A piece of $12 billion from the federal Department of Veteran Affairs.

Baltimore Sun reporter and BaltTech blogger Gus Sentementes spent his last day in the newspaper industry on Nov. 30. He’s now working at Johns Hopkins University helping the school “navigate in social media,” as he wrote Friday.
“Baltimore startup StormSlope’s is unveiling its first product next year, an eco-friendly green wall that has been in the making for the past two years and will be used by Costco,” according to Bmore Media.
Dave Troy of 410 Labs is looking for a CEO for “an education startup designed to train people in technology in cities around the world,” he told the Baltimore Business Journal. Troy said he’s “looking for someone who can lead this endeavor as full-time CEO, without pay, for as long as it takes to get it off the ground,” according to a post on the Baltimore Tech Facebook page.
Josh Glazer is now the director of user experience at SocialToaster, according to CityBizList.

Companies: Micros Systems / SocialToaster

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