“Standby Virtual Desktops” Give TetherView a Competitive Edge, CEO Michael Abboud Says

Teth­er­View, a cus­tom private-cloud com­pany that moved in­to the Ocean­port sec­tion of the former Fort Mon­mouth in 2015, has in­tro­duced a new ser­vice to help com­pan­ies con­tin­ue op­er­at­ing after be­ing hacked, soft­ware fail­ures, laptop mis­haps or nat­ur­al dis­asters.   [While we take a much-needed break, we are re­run­ning our most pop­u­lar posts. This was ori­gin­ally pub­lished in April 2018.]

A Tale of Two Cities: Newark and New Brunswick Further Their Goals to Become Tech and Innovation Centers

[While we take a much-needed break, we are re­run­ning our most pop­u­lar posts. This was ori­gin­ally pub­lished in March 2018.] Last week Ne­wark and New Brun­swick took ma­jor steps to­ward their stated goals of be­com­ing tech hubs in New Jer­sey. Ne­wark May­or Ras J. Baraka an­nounced that the city had been se­lec­ted as the site of the “Voice” nat­ur­al lan­guage sum­mit. Gov­ernor Phil Murphy said that the state, through the New Jer­sey Eco­nom­ic De­vel­op­ment Au­thor­ity (EDA), would be sup­port­ing the con­struc­tion of The Hub @ New Brun­swick Sta­tion, a com­mer­cial de­vel­op­ment ad­ja­cent to New Brun­swick’s train sta­tion that’s in­ten­ded to be a des­tin­a­tion for tech com­pan­ies and in­nov­at­ors.

Point Pleasant Beach-based Hammer Fiber Offers Blockchain Mining in the Cloud

Busi­nesses that are host­ing their own block­chains or that are min­ing block­chain crypto­cur­ren­cies have an al­tern­at­ive in the cloud, said Mark G. Sto­g­dill, pres­id­ent and CEO of Ham­mer Fiber (Point Pleas­ant Beach).  [While we take a much-needed break, we are re­run­ning our most pop­u­lar posts. This was ori­gin­ally pub­lished in April 2018.]
Photo: The students from Cavallini Middle School presenting for the judges.  Photo Credit: Courtesy Samsung
The students from Cavallini Middle School presenting for the judges.  | Courtesy Samsung

Upper Saddle River’s Cavallini Middle School Wins $150,000 in Prizes from Samsung for Concussion-Sensing Project

Just as the stu­dents at Emil A. Cavallini Middle School, in Up­per Saddle River, were be­gin­ning to con­sider what pro­ject to do for Sam­sung’s Solve for To­mor­row Con­test, one of their friends suffered a con­cus­sion in a foot­ball game. The rest is his­tory. [While we take a much-needed break, we are re­run­ning our most pop­u­lar posts. This was ori­gin­ally pub­lished in April 2018.]

Startups from Community and Area Colleges Pitch at Newark Innovation Acceleration Challenge

At the Ne­wark In­nov­a­tion Ac­cel­er­a­tion Chal­lenge in Novem­ber, com­munity mem­bers and stu­dents com­peted for $3,000 and the chance to work at the NJIT School of Man­age­ment’s Lean Star­tup Ac­cel­er­at­or this sum­mer. [While we take a much-needed break, we are re­run­ning our most pop­u­lar posts. This was ori­gin­ally pub­lished in Janu­ary 2018.]

Newark Venture Partners Extends Deadline For Applications For Fall Cohort Of NVP Labs

To be honest, we are blown away by some of the accolades Ne­wark Ven­ture Part­ners has gotten from its accelerator and portfolio companies for the way the company connects startups to expertise from its investor companies.

Sponsored Post: Saint Peter's Offers Blockchain Tech Course Each Summer

Saint Peter’s University has announced it is expanding its programming in the computer science field with a five-week blockchain technology course: a six-credit course offering that will be held each summer. The 2018 course, which began on June 25th, is offered through the computer and information sciences department in the School of Business.
Around New Jersey

NJ Picked as ‘Learning Lab’ to Improve State Services Using Digital Technology

New Jersey has been picked as one of five states that will be participating this year in a National Governors Association “learning lab,” a program that is designed to highlight ways digital technology can help states enhance the delivery of government services.

Healthcare Transportation ‘Disrupters’ Make Big Drive in New Jersey

A new medical transportation service is helping a growing number of patients in New Jersey — and elsewhere in the country — to get to and from doctors’ appointments, while also giving healthcare providers new tools to ensure vulnerable patients can safely access the care they need.

 




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