The Future of IT
Bringing IT to the Forefront in K-12 districts
When the tech world thinks of devastating cyber attacks, major corporate losses come to mind. We don’t often think of the public school system, though it’s an easy target for domestic and international hackers. Read John Gates’ article that outlines why cyber protection should be increased in school districts nationwide.
3 Reasons Certifications Matter
Gone are the days where higher education degrees are enough to carry you through to a successful career. Now, self-taught IT professionals need to explore continuing education certifications in order to remain competitive. Here’s COO Gene Richardson’s view on why certifications are important.
What’s in a Hack?
We all have light and dark inside of us. With the added knowledge of how to surpass data security safeguards, what keeps a person from using their power for harm? Check out Experts Exchange CEO, Randy Redberg’s latest article on ways hackers can walk in the light.
Join us for storytime as user McKnife tells us a tale of a sysadmin named Hal who works hard to keep his Windows server secure and safe from harm.
5 Ways you can protect yourself from online identity theft
If you shred your paper bills, you’re worried about identity theft. What about all your information that lives and breathes online? Read this informative 5-step article by Lisa Michaels on the best ways to keep your online identity out of a hacker’s reach.
Life in the Fast Lane
Hard Drive vs. RAM Drive Speed Comparisons
Have you heard of RAMDisks? Expert Andrew Leniart evaluates their speed and outlines how to install them in this informative, how-to article.
Tech in the Real World
Technology and Hurricane Harvey
Weather patterns are easier to track and predict thanks to technological advances. In the wake of natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey, technology can also be used to deliver aid to those in need. Read COO Gene Richardson’s piece here to learn how you can make a difference.
Sign Language Translation Glove
When voice-to-text technology became available, the tech world was amazed. But the advancements didn’t stop there. Joining the fold is the SignAloud Glove, a new piece of language technology capable of translating American Sign Language into text and audio.
Why product designers are the new politicians?
Technology design teams have to create new products with an aesthetic to please people from all walks of life. The biggest critics tend to be sitting around the development table. Read expert Ali Eslamifar’s tips on building successful “political” solutions to support executive team concerns, team members, and users.
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