Broadband Service Trends for 2017 and Beyond

18 12 2016

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Stephane Bourque is the technological inspiration behind Incognito Software Systems’ provisioning solutions. As CEO, Stephane has built an elite team of dedicated engineers and championed Incognito’s development of high performance, multi-platform IP service enablement solutions. Originally from Montreal, Canada, and educated at Concordia University, Stephane applied his computer engineering background at Banyan Systems to design enterprise network management systems for Fortune 1000 companies like Bell Canada.

Week In Review


  1. NYPD TrafficStat database is now available online
  2. As New York’s Tech Scene Matures, Diversity Proves A Strength
  3. Facebook now flags and down-ranks fake news with help from outside fact checkers
  4. IBM Lays Out Plans to Hire 25,000 in U.S. Ahead of Trump Meeting
  5. Tom Wheeler says being a lobbyist was easy—being FCC chairman was hard
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Technology That Keeps You Safe While Holiday Shopping

4 12 2016

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Neill Feather is the president of SiteLock and a member of the board of directors for the Online Trust Alliance. SiteLock, was recently named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for the second year in a row. The company, which is part of Arizona’s rapidly expanding “Silicon Desert,” grew 479 percent over the three year period measured, making it the state’s fastest growing software company.

Neill has over 20 years of experience in the technology and systems industry, notably providing technology solutions and industry insights for Johnson & Johnson prior to joining SiteLock. Neill holds B.S. degrees in Statistics & Information Systems and International Business from the Pennsylvania State University, and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.

Week In Review


  1. Bar Works co-working space to open in Williamsburg
  2. CNN Buys Casey Neistat’s Video App Beme
  3. Netflix allows subscribers to binge-watch shows offline
  4. Fitbit is buying Pebble for $34-40 million
  5. Android malware breaches security of more than 1 million Google accounts