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How are you celebrating National Cyber Security Awareness Month?

LIFE'S A BREACH: CYBER RISKS ARE CREATING GREATER DEMAND FOR CYBERSECURITY TALENT

October 2015 is a month like any other, with one exception: the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has officially designated it National Cyber Security Awareness Month. And what a month it has been so far. Information technology professionals, cybersecurity experts and public relations departments at multiple high-profile corporations have had their hands full trying to mitigate the damage caused by a bevy of big breaches. 

Apple and Cisco Team Up to Bolster iPad Success

APPLE HAS ANNOUNCED THAT IT WILL BE PARTNERING WITH CISCO TO BOLSTER SALES TO CORPORATE CUSTOMERS.

Apple partners with networking giant Cisco to ensure that corporate Internet connections depending on its equipment will effectively and efficiently deliver data to iPhones and iPads

Does Your Home Computer Have A Mind Of Its Own?

FROM INSTRUCTOR JOHN HOLOWELL

Have you recently noticed the speed of your computer drop to a crawl, lots of pop-ups suddenly appearing at random, or other weird issues? If you have,  your PC could be infected with a virus, adware, or some other malware - whether or not you have an antivirus program installed. There are a few steps you can follow that can help.

Bullets Kill: 5 Reasons You Should Stop Filling Your Presentations With Bullets

FROM APPLICATIONS INSTRUCTOR DIANE NELSON

We've all seen them - presentations filled with slide after slide of bullet points. While bullet points can help organize your information, they can be deadly when it comes to creating memorable presentations that engage and entertain. Consider these reasons why graphics are great and bullets are boring.

Google restructures under holding company Alphabet

GOOGLE IS HOPING CREATING A HOLDING COMPANY WILL AFFORD IT THE FREEDOM TO INNOVATE SAFELY

Google has always been a company that has been hard to define. It started as an Internet search engine, then branched out into broader tech fields like drones and driverless cars. Soon after it made a foray into non-tech fields like pharmaceuticals and venture capital. Now the company is continuing to defy definition by reorganizing its corporate structure under a new name: Alphabet.
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