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Several years ago we introduced you to CloudU. A perfect introduction to how the ‘cloud’ works. CloudU by RackSpace now has a MOOC (Mass Open Online Course) that introduces you to Big Data. According to Wikipedia, Big Data is a … Continue reading
An unnecessary path to tech: A Bachelor’s degree. An excellent article on education and technical careers from Computerworld. TCAT Shelbyville”s CIT program has a 98% retention and 92%+ placement. Is a degree worth the money? Yes, after you start … Continue reading
Outdated software contains security flaws which cybercriminals can use as avenues to infiltrate the corporate network. The dangers of using outdated software.
Over 666,000 internal security breaches took place in US businesses in the last 12 months, an average of 2,560 per working day, new research has revealed. The findings, revealed by IS Decisions, also found that despite this regular occurrence, only … Continue reading
While the number of incidents data loss incidents in 2012 is almost by a third bigger that that for 2013, the number of records exposed in 2013 breaches has reached a record 823 million. 800M exposed records make 2013 record … Continue reading
William Merritt, a student in the CIT program recently certified as a CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician. The CIT program is introducing CompTIA’s Healthcare IT Technician and is merging the certification into the existing curriculum. The certification will be the eleventh … Continue reading
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) – celebrated every October – was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online. Free Security Check … Continue reading
The tight IT jobs market and desire for more control over tech projects has many companies insourcing projects and growing internal staff. via Now hiring: companies move away from outsourcing to control their IT destiny.
You cannot effectively protect corporate data and intellectual property. It takes skilled IT professionals to protect your data. A new survey by DELL Kace revealed 87 percent of companies have employees that use some kind of personal device for work … Continue reading
FEMA mobile apps FEMA Text Messages A new and separate service from the new app, our text message updates will allow cell phone users to receive text message updates from FEMA. Text PREPARE to 43362 (4FEMA) to sign up to receive monthly disaster safety … Continue reading
Here’s some great links for Office 2010’s Resource Kit and books. Office 2010 Resource Kit Technical Library in Compiled Help format Technical diagrams for Office 2010 Downloadable book: Getting started with Office 2010 Downloadable book: Planning guide for Office … Continue reading
If you have ever thought about becoming an LPN or CNA, you’ll find that you have to take an exam prior to starting class. In today’s busy world prospective students may not have time to attend classes to prepare for … Continue reading
The “Visible Body” in 3D is free to use. Great for our medical department. Link