Fighting Hidden Threats: Inside N.J.'s New Cyber Security Command Center
WEST TRENTON -- On big monitors hung above rows of cubicles inside the state Regional Operations Intelligence Center, neon pulses of red, orange, yellow and green fly like a constant barrage of missile fire across a world map. It's a real-time projection of cyber security threats, monitored constantly by specially-trained analysts at a new outfit formed…
Smart city: With new system, Newark cuts business licensing time by 90 percent in beta test
A newly automated system for business licensing applications and processing will soon roll out to all businesses launching in Newark – and for those that need to renew their licenses. It should reduce license processing time by 90 percent.
How did N.J. colleges do in new U.S. News ranking?
Princeton University held onto its top position in the annual U.S. News & World Report college rankings released Wednesday, marking the third year in a row it received the coveted slot. More than dozen colleges and universities in the Garden State show up in the 2016 edition, which gauges schools based on 16 measures of academic...
Foundation Aims to Spark Innovation Among Safety-Net Healthcare Providers
Over the past several years, large and wealthy hospital systems have been investing in technology and dedicated staff to meet the goals of the Affordable Care Act and better coordinate patient care among different healthcare and social-service providers. But for hospitals that serve largely low-income residents, it can…
FirstNet rocks test deployment at Jersey shore
Recent beach concerts in Atlantic City, N.J., provided an ideal opportunity to test JerseyNet, the state’s public safety broadband network and a FirstNet Early Builder project focused on the use of deployable communications assets. Via GCN.com.