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IBM in new pact for space-based technology

The endeavor will focus on the low-Earth orbit environment.

Putting an increased focus on the latest cybersecurity threats

Mike Shove, a special agent for the U.S. Secret Service, explained how his family members were targeted by a sophisticated attack.

Cyber insurance remains an unused tool for many companies

A new survey found only 14% of companies had cyber insurance coverage limit in excess of $600,000.

Manufacturing tech center opens at WCSU

Cohorts are planned for a potential of up to 72 graduates per year.

Westchester County seeks to launch tech accelerator program

The Westchester Office of Economic Development has issued a request for proposals for a consultant to take the lead on developing a tech accelerator program for the county.

Clarapath trailblazes in automating laboratory pathology processes

Clarapath's technology will meet a long-overdue need not only for clinical markets like hospitals, clinics and medical centers, but also for nonclinical settings in which cell and tissue samples are necessary, like drug and toxicology development, pharmaceutical firms and contract research organizations.

Kingston’s SAFE seizes opportunity to facilitate remote learning through tech tools

SAFE, short for Smartphone Access for Everyone, is an authentication and meeting management system designed to replace passwords.

Northwell partners with Aegis for new AI venture

The joint venture between the companies will ideate, launch and scale AI-driven health care companies to solve problems related to equity, patient care, disease management and operational efficiency in the field.

New data center planned for Orangeburg with Dallas-based Databank at helm

In early October, Dallas-based DataBank announced that it acquired a 34-acre property in at 2000 Corporate Drive in Orangeburg, at which it will house its new data center.

SwamCam finds niche in smart home security tech

Several studies estimate that the global smart home security camera industry will grow to over $10 billion in the next five years. Its major...

Kyndryl names former IBM executive Harsh Chugh as chief operating officer

Kyndryl has announced that Harsh Chugh will join its executive team as chief operating officer. Kyndryl is a new, public IBM spinoff, the formation of...

NY Fed reports record-setting growth for business activity in New York

The New York Federal Reserve Bank Thursday morning reported that “business activity grew at a record-setting pace in New York state, according to firms...

Suite Talk: Tetsuya Iwasaki, president of Fujifilm Holdings America Corp. and...

"We are deeply committed corporate citizens in Westchester County," said Iwasaki.

Fishkill’s Lovingly partners with local florists for business in the internet...

Lovingly uses web tools and optimization to connect local florists throughout the U.S. and Canada to an online customer base usually dominated by large flower retailers and order gatherers.

Passport Parking app launches in Larchmont

The app, which is free and available for download on iOS and Android, can now be used to park at over 1,300 spaces within the village.