Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Social Treasure, How To Assess and Organize Your Social Media Assets

It’s 2016 and probably safe to assume that most business professionals have some form of social media account for themselves or their business. Social media has long been established as not only a viable, but also a critical form of business communication—and it’s not going away any time soon. Let’s talk about some best practices as we move into the new year.


Opinion: 2015 Year in Review: Editor’s Picks for the Most Important NJ Tech Stories of 2015

Coworking spaces, a technology campus at Liberty Science Center, the emergence of Jet.com, Yashi's sale, the redevelopment of Bell Works and the resurgence of Newark and Jersey City tech make our list of the important NJ tech stories of 2015.


Why A 3D Printing Lab In A Business School? To Turn Entrepreneurs Into Designers

We completed the installation on the new MakerBot Innovation Center in the brand new School of Business at Montclair State University earlier this year. Typically you put a 3D Printing lab in an engineering school. However, Montclair State University does not have an engineering school and this is a story about entrepreneurship.


Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Pay Attention to These Social B2B Trends for 2016

Here’s the latest killer stat: social media is now used by 93% of B2B companies to market content—and over 94% of them are on LinkedIn, according to the Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs’ B2B Content Marketing Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends—North America Report.


What’s in Store for Education Technology in 2016?

Given the proliferation of tablets and smart phones, what does the immediate future hold for the intersection of education and technology? In short, there will be even more tech influences in education, with an emphasis on moving the needle in terms of delivering real and measurable learning outcomes.  Here are some issues that are likely to shape EdTech in 2016 and beyond according to Raj Valli, CEO of Kendall Park-based Tabtor Math is offering these predictions.





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