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Tom, the Turkey Technologist


By: Alicia Hernandez, Think Technical Writer Thanksgiving is around the corner. And shhhhh… don’t say it too loud, but Christmas is only SEVEN Fridays away. Ahhh, the holidays! A lovely time of year for families to get together, eat, and be merry. But, as with everything else, technology is changing even the age-old traditions of […]

November 2015 SB152 Ballot Question

La Plata County community citizens will have the opportunity to vote on an exemption from SB 152 later this month. Colorado Senate Bill 05-152 (SB 152) is a measure passed by the Colorado Legislature in 2005. Its intent was to limit governments from competing with the private sector. Among other provisions, it requires local governments […]

Think CEO to Present at Small Business Conference

Melissa Glick, CEO of Think Network Technologies, will be presenting “Using Improv in Business is No Joke!” at the 6th Annual Colorado SBDC Women’s Small Business Conference in Durango on Wednesday, July 29th. Her session will be fun and educational, and draws on her Second City improv training, as well as her business experiences. Audience […]

Think featured in Durango Living

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Check out the “The IT Factor“ article by Durango Living featuring local IT companies as a “bridge that connects businesses to information technology“.  

Think Donates…

Think has donated to the foundation. Providing website design and hosting services. We strongly believe in supporting the community and are a proud sponsor.

Think CEO launches Professional Women’s Network of Durango

Think CEO, Melissa Glick, launches Professional Women’s Network of Durango. PWN of Durango provides a forum for women to share their creativity and inspire each other in a collaborative environment. Through networking, presentations, speakers, events, mentoring, and volunteering this group will help women connect with each other, build leadership roles and support their community. Think […]

Think and Durango Fire

Think helps Durango Fire Protection District outfit the mobile command center vehicle for mobile communications. This vehicle acts as a mobile datacenter to support large incidents within the DFPD support district.