Millennial VC Peter Boyce: Nothing Matters More Than People and Relationships
Peter Boyce II, a millennial venture capitalist at General Catalyst Partners (New York, N.Y., and Cambridge, Mass.), came to the Brick City Tech meeting on August 10 to record live for Anthony Frasier’s Don’t Dumb Down Your Greatness podcast. The meeting took place at the headquarters of Newark Venture Partners.
NJ TECH CORNER: Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp.
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. (NASDAQ: CTSH) is a provider of information technology, consulting and business services. The company’s core competencies include: business, process, operations, IT consulting, application development, systems integration, enterprise information management, application testing and maintenance, IT infrastructure services, and business process services.
More Than 60 Companies Participate in the First IT Connect Conference
The internet of things (IoT) is creating new ways for people work and live, but this technology will present unprecedented challenges in the years ahead, in terms of how to use it successfully, said one expert during the first IT Connect conference, held at the Garden State Exhibit Center, in Somerset.
Now you can text emergencies to 911 from anywhere in N.J.
PISCATAWAY -- New Jersey is joining a growing number of states that allow people in emergency situations to send a text message to 911, officials announced on Wednesday. The new technology is one way law enforcement officials are trying to keep pace with a growing number of emergency calls placed by cell phones. Seventy percent of…
Rerun! Juniper OpenLab in Bridgewater Expands Its Reach Globally
When Juniper Networks OpenLab opened its doors in Bridgewater in 2012, no one could have predicted that this outpost of Juniper Networks would become such an influential part of the California company’s global innovation strategy.
Today Juniper announced that it’s going to open six new OpenLab sites worldwide—in Sunnyvale, Calif.; Amsterdam; London; Tokyo; Singapore; and Sydney. These new sites are expected to be in operation by the end of 2016.