Is New Jersey Finally Getting Smarter About Smart Meters?
New Jersey is finally embracing smart meters. Well, maybe. Rockland Electric won approval last week from regulators to install smart meters in the homes of its 74,000 customers, the first time a utility has been given the go-ahead to put the two-way enhanced-communication devices into use in New Jersey. Smart meters offer a multitude of benefits.…
Commvault Employees Give Back to New Jersey in a Big Way
The employees at Commvault (Tinton Falls) have just completed a month-long marathon of volunteer events designed to allow them contribute to their community. Commvault is an enterprise-data-management company, and one of New Jersey’s largest technology employers.
MobileArq Academy Teaches Students to Build, Fly Drones
High School Students from Newark and Jersey City Pitch Business Ideas at Summer Tech Entrepreneurship Program
On August 11, twenty-one high school students from Newark and Jersey City pitched business ideas that they had developed during the Morrison Technologies (Jersey City) Summer Technology & Entrepreneurship Program (STEP).
New Jersey and Data-Driven Innovation: Imperfect Together
New Jersey barely made it into the top half of the states doing a good job encouraging and enabling data-driven innovation, according to a new report. "The Best States for Data Innovation," a report issued last Friday by the nonpartisan Center for Data Innovation, based in Washington, D.C., ranked New Jersey 23rd based on 25 indicators…