Week in Review: February 27, 2012

The Silicon Bayou has been buzzing with tech and entrepreneurial news. Here are the most popular stories published on Silicon Bayou News in the past seven days:

Cloud Server Company Venyu Signs Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys: Venyu’s cloud-based offering delivers remote backup of crucial data needed for both teams. Baton Rouge based, Venyu is an easy choice for NFL teams wanting top quality back up systems.

Phase Shift Rewrites Online Real Estate with Fizbeaux.com: Fizbeaux (a southern play on the common acronym FSBO, For Sale By Owner) allows users to avoid the hassles of the normal real estate housing market. Using Google search Fizbeaux can find the house you want based on many combinations of criteria.

SeNSE Baton Rouge Presents: Tiger Eye Bow Tie: This new bow tie, created by Max Zoghbi, is screen printed with a purple or gold design that resembles tiger eyes for all those LSU fans out there.

Baton Rouge Cloud Security Company Reports Record Revenue and Earnings: TraceSecurity reported that the company experienced record-setting bookings, revenue, earnings and cashflow 2011, fueled by 433 contracts and an improved customer retention rate.

AMPS Builds First Aeroponic Farm at Hollygrove Market: Earlier this month, Aquaponic Modular Production Systems (AMPS) debuted the first aeroponic farm in New Orlean at Hollygrove Farm and Market.

Why Are Banks Getting it Wrong When it Comes to Social Media?: @heyitsmegan shares why banks are underwhelming in the social media department. They are either late to join the social media world or are not helpful enough to customers who need to be heard.