New Jersey Companies on the “Hot Cybersecurity Companies to Watch” List

Each quarter, Cy­ber­se­cur­ity Ven­tures (North­port, NY) an­nounces the Cy­ber­se­cur­ity 500, a glob­al com­pil­a­tion of lead­ing com­pan­ies that provide cy­ber­se­cur­ity solu­tions and ser­vices. The com­pany says that every quarter there are many new entrants in­to this mar­ket, as well as new mer­gers and ac­quis­i­tions, in­vest­ments and IPO activ­ity — all res­ult­ing in con­stant change in the vendor and ser­vice-pro­vider land­scape.

New Jersey Startups Abound at NJTC Venture Conference

So many Garden State startups  attended the New Jersey Tech Council Venture Conference that NJTech­ was unable to get to every booth. However, while wandering through the aisles, we saw a few startups we knew and others whom we met for the first time.

Catching Up with Michael Abboud, CEO of Oceanport-based TetherView

TetherView CEO Michael Abboud recalled the long days and nights when he and a couple of engineers worked tirelessly to build the Oceanport-based private cloud solutions startup a few years ago. Last December, TetherView relocated its headquarters from Staten Island to its new home at the site of the former Army base at Fort Monmouth. The startup now occupies the third floor of Russel Hall and is currently renovating the rest of the building.
Photo: Henry Bestritsky, CEO of StrataBlue Photo Credit: Esther Surden
Henry Bestritsky, CEO of StrataBlue | Esther Surden

Bestritsky Talks About Pitfalls of Starting a Business with Family and Friends

At the March Mor­ris Tech Meetup, Henry Be­strit­sky, now CEO of Strat­aBlue (In­di­ana­pol­is and New Jer­sey), talked about Bin­ary Tree, a Kend­all Park com­pany he foun­ded in 1993 with his best friend.

New UPS Tech Facility in Parsippany Envisioned as Center for Excellence for Software Development

At the end of March, UPS an­nounced that it had broken ground on a tech­no­logy de­vel­op­ment cen­ter in Par­sip­pany that will be able to ac­com­mod­ate up to 1,000 work­ers.

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Why Hosting a Town Hall Meeting is Good for Your Business

Everyone knows how important internal communications is, right? Well, Maybe not. As a matter of fact, many organizations greatly undervalue its importance, placing it low on the priority list in favor of other activities like the one we talk about in this column: marketing. As a result, many take a “make it up as you go,” non-strategic approach to communicating initiatives their employees. Yet experts agree that internal company communications, when done effectively and strategically, not only increases loyalty and employee morale, but is also an integral component to driving business performance.

Managing Your Online Reputation

OK, go to your Google page and write in your company's name. What do you see on the first or second Google page? If you don't see anything about your company, it has a big problem.  If you see negative content, it has a bigger problem.
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New Jersey Takes Consolidated, Fusion Center-Style Approach to Cybersecurity

In post-9/11 America, states have accepted more responsibility in protecting their citizens. And as the firm grip of technology tightens around our daily lives and the most basic operations of government, one state is stepping up to the proverbial plate as a leader in the cybersecurity field.

A New Model for Innovation, Even in the Smallest School Districts

In this new digital ecosystem, the connection between technology, innovation, and ultimately student success is dependent on the ability to create, produce, and implement programs that support the needs of the 54.8 million students in the United States.

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