N.J. continues to use easily hacked voting machines
When New Jersey voters go to the polls this November to choose a replacement for Gov. Chris Christie, the technology they use will be woefully outdated and vulnerable to cyberattack.
Package of Three Bills Ratchets Up State's Renewable-Energy Goals
Earlier this month, a package of three bills to overhaul the state's energy policies was quietly introduced in the Senate. If adopted, the legislation would require 100 percent of the state's electricity to come from renewable sources by 2050. Another bill would set a target of having 3,500 megawatts of offshore wind capacity by 2030. The…
Verizon Makes Case for Small Cells as Building Blocks to 5G at Demonstration in Warren
Last week, Verizon hosted the press and a number of government officials at a demonstration of 5G capabilities in Warren. The company’s goal was to increase awareness of the need to bring 4G small cells to towns around New Jersey in order to lay the groundwork for 5G.
Jarrett Bauer Talks about Hoboken-Based Startup Health Recovery Solutions at NJ Tech Council Meeting
When Jarrett Bauer was in college, his grandmother — who had recently been in the hospital — needed to be readmitted rather quickly. That started Bauer thinking about hospital readmissions and why they happen. Later, Bauer looked at the Affordable Care Act and thought it might present an opportunity for him. Bauer is the cofounder and CEO of Health Recovery Solutions (Hoboken).
At the NJBIA 2017 Summit, a Look at How Innovation Gets Done, Part 2
At the end of September, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (Trenton) held its Innovation Summit, which featured four speakers who gave the audience glimpses into their work. In Part 2, we cover Andrew L. Pecora, president of physician enterprise and chief innovations officer at Hackensack Meridian Health (Edison), and Stephen Sichak Jr., executive vice president, integrated supply chain, at Becton, Dickinson and Company(Franklin Lakes).