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10 Scary Movies to Stream This October

10/05/2021 Alex Brighton 0

October is here – time to maximize your horror film intake. Kate, our Community Relationship Manager, has complied a list of her all-time favorite scary movies which span the spectrum from eerie to downright terrifying. Midsommar (2019)  Director | Ari Aster Writer | Ari Aster  Beauty and humor aren’t regular associated with horror films, but this […]

We Moved!

07/19/2021 Alex Brighton 0

To Our Valued Customers – Exciting news – we relocated our office! Atlas has grown, and we needed a bigger place to better serve you. Our Belltown office is officially closed, and we are currently working out of our new space in SODO. As you know, moving is a lot […]

Why Supporting Local Companies Is Important

03/25/2021 Ryan Maloney 0

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has been putting stress on local communities. As an effect of the pandemic, local businesses have been struggling to pay bills, rent, and wages. Before the pandemic, local businesses were already crucial to the vitality of communities. Now, they are even more […]

Customer Spotlight: Basel Action Network

08/26/2019 Liz Knueven 1

Basel Action Network Is The Seattle Nonprofit Fighting Toxic and Electronics Waste It’s not uncommon for electronics waste to end up on ships bound for Southeast Asia and Africa. The people at Basel Action Network have made careers out of calling out the dishonesty that surrounds the electronics and toxic […]

Beer with the CEO – Collins Pub

08/26/2019 Liz Knueven 0

Atlas hosts a “Beer with the CEO” event — here’s why you should check out our next one! For us at Atlas Networks, we’re big fans of building community connections that last. And an easy way to do that is letting the drinks flow and the good times roll. At […]

Maila’ ta fan Boka (Come and Let’s Eat!)

08/26/2019 Christine Agostosa 0

Food. When I think about the kind of food I love to eat and the establishments I visit to enjoy said food, it goes beyond presentation and flavor, although those two factors usually leave the first impressions about any dish placed in front of me. What seals the deal is […]

Being an Atlas Intern

06/27/2019 Mingbin Huang 0

By Alex Brighton and Mingbin Huang Starting back in March of 2018, Atlas got a shipment of brand new interns from University of Washington Bothell’s Interactive Media Design Program! Now over a year later, their internship is finished and we caught up with them to ask a few questions on […]

What A Company Can Be

05/17/2019 Shane Baalman 2

By Shane Baalman, Software Developer I’ve been with Atlas a little over half a year now, but it has already cemented significant change into my life. Remote work for a developer is like a dream come true; you’re able to keep focus far better than when trying to work from […]

A Year at Atlas

04/16/2019 Sarah Loson 1

By Sarah Loson, Customer Service Representative A lot can happen in a year; my Atlas anniversary came and went in March, and I learned firsthand just how true this is. Going back to 2017, I knew I needed a change. I was living in Connecticut and had a difficult time […]