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WorkWave Partners with Cleaning For A Reason to Support Women Fighting Cancer

Cloud software solution provider WorkWave announced on October 3rd a partnership with Cleaning For A Reason, which provides free house cleaning for women fighting cancer. Through its field service business ma...

Cognizant Named to HfS Research “Winner’s Circle”

Teaneck based Cognizant, a global technology services company, announced on August 15th that HfS Rearch, an independent global analyst firm for the business and IT services industry, named them to the “Winner’s ...

Employers reduce Medical Expenditure by $40 Million through Vitals

Employees and employers using Vitals’ SmartShopper program have reduced their costs for health care by $40 million since 2014, according to New Jersey based Vitals’ recently released 2017 Book of Business report. $1...

Smart Machines Should Augment and Not Just Automate, Julia Kirby Outlines at Women’s Technology Conference

Julia Kirby had plenty of numbers on hand during her talk at the “Women Designing the Future Conference” on March 24, and at first glance, they weren’t too encouraging.  She referenced...

Mayor Baraka Holds Judging for Women’s Safety Hack Newark

On March 8th Mayor Ras J. Baraka held the judging portion of the Women's Safety Hack-Newark at Nan Tech World that included attendees from the local community.  Hosted by the Department of...

Rutgers’ New Supercomputer is Most Powerful in Region

There’s a new computer on the Rutgers campus, and it goes by Caliburn. Named after the Old English word for “Excalibur,” the supercomputer is ranked second among Big Ten universities and e...

Tech Day Panel at Rutgers Focuses on Commercializing University Technologies

Research universities generate millions of dollars in additional revenue each year through the commercialization of technologies they own. As part of Tech Day, presented by the NJ Tech Council hosted on the Rutgers ca...

Mayor Ras Baraka Champions Technology for Newark’s Future at Tech Town Hall

Over and over again, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka stressed the importance of technology and the impact it can have on his city as he spoke to a gathering of the local business community at Newark’s Te...

Bridgewater Machine Intelligence Meetup Welcomes Artificial Intelligence Enthusiasts to Join!

On August 26, 2016, Richard Yawn, the CTO of Kim Technologies, founded the Bridgewater Machine Intelligence Meetup, a group that gathers enthusiasts of artificial intelligence and technolo...

IT Connect 2016 Comes to Somerset NJ

IT Connect 2016, touted as the “Largest IT Expo in New Jersey”, will be held at Garden State Exhibit Center in Somerset NJ on September 9 and 10. During the 2-day event entrepreneurs, tec...

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