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Vertical farming takes root in Hudson Valley

Poughkeepsie's Farmers & Chefs restaurant installed the containers two days after the state of emergency was issued.

Xerox survey: 82% of workers expects to be back in office...

72% of respondents admitted they were not fully prepared to meet the digital challenges created by the abrupt transition to remote work.

Survey finds remote workforce challenged in maintaining team culture

The survey found 26% of companies provided their employees with greater access to communication technology.

Gartner forecasts 8% decline in global IT spending

The one subsegment forecast for increased spending is cloud computing.

Suite Talk: Scott Acheychek, president of REX Shares LLC

"I see growth in areas that assist in working from home, telehealth and remote education," said Acheychek regarding the new growth industries.

Work from home and technology combine in financial services

While social distancing and the economic slowdown in response to the COVID-19 outbreak forced many businesses to embrace the work-from-home concept, it’s a concept...

Suite Talk: Imtiaz Allie, managing partner of Innovative Network Solutions

"We are not a large corporation, but we try to make a real investment in our people," said Allie.

Suite Talk: Alan Murray, president and CEO of Empire BlueCross BlueShield

"Technology is expanding and our competitors are looking at it in different ways," said Murray.

Stepinac H.S. brings new technology into classrooms

Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains has turned two classrooms into cutting-edge, high-tech learning centers with more to follow. Rev. Thomas Collins, the school’s...

Startup Prevu offers user-friendly platform for regional homebuyers

In September, Prevu closed on a $2 million seed funding round led by Corigin Ventures, a prominent seed-stage venture capital firm.

Danbury financial planner brings first Singularity University chapter to region

Reby is also looking to attract interest from Litchfield County and Hartford.

Suite Talk: P.J. Prunty, president and CEO of the Greater Danbury...

"If you are familiar with the West Side of Danbury, there seems to be a new restaurant popping up every other day," said Prunty.

Norwalk’s Triax Technologies uses high-tech to mitigate construction site risk

Company chief executive Peter Schermerhorn believed Triax was "in a unique position to make Connecticut a favorable place for us to do business."

Israel offers U.S. companies great economic opportunities, says former Ambassador Daniel...

Shapiro also noted potential partnerships exist for U.S. companies in the Palestinian Territories.

Ash Creek Enterprises seeks to smoke out cybersecurity threats

When the IT consultancy first opened 20 years ago, mainframes and dumb terminals were considered cutting-edge.