Energized Crowd Hears Sorin Discuss Cryptocurrency and ICOs at Jersey Shore Tech

A drastic, perhaps irreconcilable, dichotomy between two schools of thought exists regarding cryptocurrency. One school believes that cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin and Ether, are the inevitable result of technological innovation and should be wholly embraced for their ability to reduce friction in business transactions and to reduce the cost of capital. The other expresses concern about the negative impact of cryptocurrencies on state sovereignty, including the ability of countries to control and regulate their money supply.


iCIMS Moves into Bell Works, Marking Milestone for Company and Building

Software-as-a-Service company iCIMS moved into a beautifully renovated space at Bell Works on November 20, and hosted an official ribbon cutting for employees, the press and friends of the company. iCIMS has taken up an entire tower in the Bell Works building, and its presence as an anchor tenant will help Bell Works fulfill its potential. Bell Works was the former AT&T Bell Labs site, which sat vacant for many years. It’s now full of life, and has been called a “tech mecca.”


Number of “Don’t Miss” Meetings Coming this Holiday Season

There are a number of “don’t miss” opportunities for the tech community to meet each other, find out about tech entrepreneurship, and learn from great speakers between Thanksgiving and the New Year, and we’ve highlighted a few here. 


Montclair State University Says New Communications School is “Most Technologically Advanced” in U.S.

Within a relatively short distance from New York City’s media and technology centers sits Montclair State University’s new School of Communication and Media building.Like those renowned Big Apple companies, MSU officials say that the school is making a name for itself in creating “the most technologically advanced media and production facility” of any U.S. higher education institution.


Glenn Lurie, Formerly of AT&T, Becomes Synchronoss CEO

Synchronoss Technologies, the Bridgewater-based public tech company that has undergone some tough times recently, now has a new CEO to guide it. Glenn Lurie succeeds former CEO Stephen Waldis, founder of the company, who will remain chairman of the Synchronoss Board of Directors.





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