During the summer of 2010, Symplicity Corporation knew it wasn't keeping up with the competition. Trying to stand out in the small world of technology companies that supply colleges with software to track student disciplinary cases, Symplicity CEO ... Inside Higher Ed, 2 months ago
By Posted at 3:45 p.m. May 21 Symplicity, an approved software vendor for the U.S. Senate, announced its chief executive officer and chief technology officers are stepping down after admitting to violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act by ...Roll Call Online, 2 months ago
Higher education-focused IT company Symplicity sent a letter today informing all of its users that company co-founder and CEO Ariel Friedler and CTO Alok Dhir will both plead guilty to violating the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). ...PandoDaily, 2 months ago
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