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New Horizons Learning Group Teams with Burstorm to Tackle Cloud Skills Gap with First-Ever Hands-On Infrastructure Design Training

COURSE LEVERAGES BURSTORM’S CAD PLATFORM & INFRASTRUCTURE DATABASE TO PROVIDE REAL- WORLD EXPERIENCE IN DESIGNING, SOURCING & BENCHMARKING PUBLIC & PRIVATE CLOUDS

New Horizons Learning Group, a leading training partner for VMware, IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat and Cisco, has entered into a unique partnership with Burstorm, a cloud design and sourcing platform provider, to >help tackle the cloud skills gap by delivering hands-on training to >cloud architects, solutions engineers and IT professionals.

Artificial Intelligence Systems in Cars Now Considered Drivers

News from the NHTSA gives legitimacy to the driverless car trend

A recent message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to Google has allowed for the driverless car initiative to advance yet another step. The letter, written by NHTSA Chief Counsel Paul Hemmersbaugh, has stated that the regulatory body now considers the computer systems on board these vehicles to be the driver, according to Reuters.

What About The Morning After (The Windows 10 Upgrade)?

TOP TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR BILL SULLIVAN WALKS YOU THROUGH THE LATEST WINDOWS UPGRADE

Before you upgraded to Windows 10, you cleaned out unused programs, cleared the IE cache, did a disk cleanup, a defrag and a backup, right? What about after upgrading? Pretty much the same list again! 

Microsoft Office 2016: Upgrades for the Modern Workforce

San Diego Applications Instructor Patrick Galligan shares three new features in Office 2016

What's new in Office 2016? Key features that enable collaboration and support a productive, modern workforce. In today’s world, one person is rarely in charge of an entire project.  More often than not, you’re collaborating with other people on a team, if not in an entire network of teams spread out through the entire country or the world. Here are three new features that attempt to make collaborative work easier.

Critical Infrastructure: A New Cyberthreat Vector

Hackers are taking aim at the power grid and nuclear facilities

For anyone who still thinks that hackers are going after the mainframe, there's good news afoot: They're not. In fact, mainframes have been borderline obsolete for about a decade now. At this point, they're mostly good for spare parts.Anyone who is concerned that ISIS might be trying to wiggle their way into the power grid to create mass chaos, or that air conditioners can be used to create a large-scale blackout, on the other hand, is very much on to something. Contact Us
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