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TelCentris Unveils Software to Unify Communications

A San Diego telephone company, TelCentris, rolled out a computer application last week that it says will integrate all the messaging and communication applications modern man must tangle with to communicate with colleagues and friends.

TelCentris Enters Ring of Inexpensive Telecom Services

To observers, TelCentris may appear to have a split personality.

Voxox Partnership to Provide Telecom Services in Africa

San Diego-based Voxox said that it is on a team that will provide telecom services in Africa — specifically the West Coast countries of Gambia, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Staffing Firms Go to Work as Employment Picture Improves

WORKFORCE: Temp Placements Are Increasing; Skilled Workers Sought

San Diego’s job market is starting to show some traction based on the latest employment report that showed the region’s jobless rate falling to 7.7 percent in March.

ID Analytics in Project to Better Track Sex Offenders

San Diego-based ID Analytics, which provides identity fraud services to commercial and government clients, has joined an 18-month academic study to better track sex offenders.

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Ecke Family Helping Encinitas Grade School’s Garden Grow


The Paul Ecke Central Elementary School in Encinitas received a $30,000 grant from the Paul Ecke Jr. family to expand its existing garden. The school will receive $10,000 a year for the next three years, which will provide for a garden consultant and help create a comprehensive plan.

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Key hires and promotions. Executive Spotlight: Joye Blount

Key hires and promotions. Executive Spotlight: Joye Blount