“Standby Virtual Desktops” Give TetherView a Competitive Edge, CEO Michael Abboud Says

TetherView, a custom private-cloud company that moved into the Oceanport section of the former Fort Monmouth in 2015, has introduced a new service to help companies continue operating after being hacked, software failures, laptop mishaps or natural disasters.   [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in April 2018.]


A Tale of Two Cities: Newark and New Brunswick Further Their Goals to Become Tech and Innovation Centers

[While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in March 2018.]

Last week Newark and New Brunswick took major steps toward their stated goals of becoming tech hubs in New Jersey. Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka announced that the city had been selected as the site of the “Voice” natural language summit. Governor Phil Murphy said that the state, through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA), would be supporting the construction of The Hub @ New Brunswick Station, a commercial development adjacent to New Brunswick’s train station that’s intended to be a destination for tech companies and innovators.


Point Pleasant Beach-based Hammer Fiber Offers Blockchain Mining in the Cloud

Businesses that are hosting their own blockchains or that are mining blockchain cryptocurrencies have an alternative in the cloud, said Mark G. Stogdill, president and CEO of Hammer Fiber (Point Pleasant Beach).  [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in April 2018.]


Teams from Stevens, Princeton and NJIT Win Posters, Pitches and Prizes Event

At the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network's Posters, Pitches and Prizes event, held on April 11 this year, 21 hopeful entrepreneurs set up posters and pitched to investors. [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in May 2018.]


These are the 16 Best Tech Places to Work in NJ According to NJBIZ

Each year, NJBIZ (Somerset) compiles a list of the best places to work in New Jersey. The companies qualifying as the “Best Places to Work” are determined through the completion of a questionnaire from the Best Companies Group (Harrisburg, Pa.), sister company of NJBIZ. [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts This was originally published in April 2018.]





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