FOWNDERS – An accelerator for Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs

Fownders, located in Newark, and the brainchild of Gerard Adams, is an energetic and vibrant incubator with a “Seed to Scale” accelerator program that trains entrepreneurs to build successful startups.

Commvault Celebrates 20 Years in NJ and 10 Years as a Public Company

Com­mvault, the  tech com­pany that built its headquar­ters on 55 acres in the former Ft. Mon­mouth area of Tin­ton Falls, threw it­self a party Sept. 23 to cel­eb­rate the com­pany’s 20th an­niversary and its 10th an­niversary as a pub­lic com­pany.

“Do Something Completely Unexpected,” Montclair Entrepreneurs Urged at Meeting on Innovation

Innovation, even in big companies and massive organizations like the military, can be accomplished with some ingenuity, and the courage to implement programs first and ask forgiveness later.That was the message from representatives of a startup, a large company, the military and academia at the Montclair En­tre­pren­eurs meetup on Sept. 20.
Photo: Brian Samelson, CEO eMaint Photo Credit: Courtesy eMaint
Brian Samelson, CEO eMaint | Courtesy eMaint

Marlton-based Software Firm eMaint Enterprises Acquired by Fluke Corporation

Marlton-based eMaint En­ter­prises has been ac­quired by Ever­ett, Wash­ing­ton-based Fluke Cor­por­a­tion. Terms were not dis­closed. Foun­ded in 1996, eMaint is a lead­er in Com­pu­ter­ized Main­ten­ance Man­age­ment Soft­ware (CMMS). It has 99 em­ploy­ees lis­ted on Linked­In, loc­ated in South Jer­sey, Flor­ida, and Ire­land.

Catching up with Paul Boyer, Managing Partner of Mount Laurel-based Communications Solutions Provider Ancero

Last New Year’s Eve, Paul Boyer had more to celebrate than the ushering in of another year. Boyer, managing partner at An­cero, a Mount Laurel-based communications solutions provider, received word that evening that his company had won one of its biggest accounts: a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) contract with a large Midwestern company.

Opinion: Evaluating NJ's Cyber Infrastructure for Big Data and Beyond

Last week, the New Jersey Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee passed a bill that would encourage improvements in the state's infrastructure for big data and help grow the information technology industry.

Opinion: An Affordable Path to College the Tech Community Could be Proud Of

From the business perspective, college affordability is an important topic as well as the overall value of post-secondary education. The Tech community and state economies benefit as higher education helps individuals become more productive, better skilled employees and less likely to demand select public services.   
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Verizon plans phone, internet upgrades after gripes from rural South Jersey

Following petitions, complaints and a public hearing where residents across South Jersey complained about their phone line and internet service, Verizon has submitted its plan to the state to remedy the situation. Verizon submitted the letter to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities on Sept. 19 -- mapping out its plan to install fiber optics…


Urgency to Define Rules for Telemedicine in New Jersey

Despite several years of discussion, New Jersey remains among the last states in the nation without regulations that specifically address telemedicine. But that could finally change in the months to come. The Senate health committee will consider a bipartisan proposal today that would define telemedicine in state law, establish who is eligible to participate, stipulate what…

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