Microsoft honors Lake Oswego IT firm
A Lake Oswego information technology and cyber security company, has been honored by Microsoft for its role in arming small businesses with the technology and services they need to be successful.
KAMIND IT was named the 2017 Enterprise Mobility & Security Western Region Partner of the Year by Microsoft's U.S. Small and Mid-sized Business (SMB) Group. The company, along with winners in six other categories, was recognized during an awards reception on July 10 in Washington, D.C.
KAMIND IT is a leading supplier of Microsoft cloud technologies and solutions, including Office 365, Azure and EMS security solutions. The company focuses on proactive cyber-security monitoring and prevention, as well as user awareness training. Company founder Matt Katzer, a Lake Oswego resident, has written two books on Office 365 and co-authored two books on security.
"We are thrilled to be recognized by Microsoft for the work we do in helping companies secure and manage their businesses in the cloud with Microsoft 365 Security Software Suites," Katzer said.
Reed named president of ACEC Oregon
Mike Reed has been named president of American Council of Engineering Companies of Oregon. The nonprofit business association was founded in 1956, with a goal of protecting the public welfare and advancing the professional quality of consulting engineers and land surveyors in private practice.
ACEC Oregon represents about 3,500 employees in Oregon and southwest Washington through approximately 115 consulting engineering and land surveying firms of all sizes.
Learn more online at acecOregon.org.
Eric Weberg moves offices
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Eric Weberg has moved his offices to 470 Sixth St. in Lake Oswego. The phone number remains as 503-699-8446.
T-Mobile hosts barbecue, grand opening
T-Mobile is hosting a barbecue for its grand opening event from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Aug. 11 at 333 S. State St. in Lake Oswego. The event includes food, games and prizes, and all are invited. Call 503-636-0120 for details.
Hoody's Collectibles opens
Tait Hoodenpyl and Brad Gaman have opened Hoody's Collectibles at 8602 S.W. Hall Blvd. in Beaverton. The collectibles shop carries autographed sports memorabilia, hobby boxes, card protectors, sports pennants, cards and more. Visit hoodys.us or call 503-747-4076 for more information.
Webinar to share details of pay equity laws
A webinar titled "Preparing for Pay Equity Laws" will be held from 10-11 a.m. Aug. 16 online at trupphr.com/event/webinar-preparing-pay-equity-laws.
Those joining the webinar will learn how the pay equity movement may impact their organization and what they can do to ensure they are operating in a manner that promotes equitable pay practices while lessening the risk of regulatory enforcement or employee litigation.
The webinar is free.
Stoller achieves B Corp Certification
Stoller Family Estate has achieved B Corp Certification status, meaning it has met the highest standard of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability. The certification continues the commitment to preserve the Stoller family legacy through protecting the environment and enriching the community.
Stoller Family Estate joins A to Z Wineworks, Sokol Blosser, Winderlea and Patton Valley Vineyards, making it the fifth Oregon winery and the 89th company in Oregon to attain this status.
Learn more online at stollerfamilyestate.com.
— The Review, Tidings