The next time Nick Mellie wants a skinny venti espresso macchiato, he said, he'd be better off signing up for Starbucks Rewards and downloading the coffee giant's mobile order app than paying for a cup of joe via plastic.Read More »
Finding a secure spot in the home security business Supreme Security, after getting through economic downturn, is in expansion mood
It turns out that even the installation and monitoring of home security systems isn't recession-proof. That's what Supreme Security Systems discovered from its Union headquarters during the recent economic downturn.Read More »
As of Friday, the countdown on the website for the Propeller Festival reads “7 Days to Fly.” The daylong festival, which will have its inaugural launch May 20 in Hoboken, boasts speakers from throughout the national business community, while maintaining a focus on the Northeast.Read More »
InterCloud Systems Inc. has been recently awarded more than $4.1 million in new contracts for its network upgrade services for new and existing clients, the Shrewsbury-based IT solutions company announced Friday.Read More »
Honeywell announced Thursday it is spinning off its resins and chemicals business into a standalone, publicly traded company.Read More »
East Rutherford-based Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. announced it has received a $1.3 million order from the U.S. Army for CRAFT 708 units.Read More »
CYBER SECURITY Getting schooled It’s not easy to keep up with the latest trends. Here’s how one higher ed school does it
There's a glaring challenge when it comes to teaching students about cybersecurity: The information and technology change so quickly, it's virtually impossible to write a book that will remain accurate for long after its printing.Read More »
CYBER SECURITY Copycat crimes Where’s the last place you’d think of for a cyber breach? Raise your hand if you said your printer
Every company faces one particular cybersecurity threat from a source it likely has never considered: its copy machine.Read More »
CYBER SECURITY Full-court press We get it. You got hacked and you want to sue. Who you turn to next can make all the difference
Judith Germano watched the trends shift in real time.
Working as a prosecutor for the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Jersey, she saw the scope of cybercrimes grow over the last 15 years.
CYBER SECURITY Third-party problems You work with outside firms to save money. Their lack of security could cost you big
No matter how many resources a company throws at its data security measures, it may still be wide open for a cyberattack.Read More »