By Brent Colescott
I’m a Toys R Us kid which is why I read with a heavy heart the sad news of its demise.
As I contemplated this loss of yet another retail legend, I thought of my favorite quote from U.S.Read more
By Kyle Gingrich
In the last eight years, the “Clouds” have been rolling in. With the introduction and adoption of virtualized hardware, and with businesses shifting models to offer architecture and computing services, the landscape for professionals in networking, system administration and software development has changed significantly.Read more
By Kyle Gingrich
Whether we realize it or not, every day The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we live our lives. So pervasive and extensive is its reach, it can be hard to examine the real impact it is having, however, I believe Healthcare is a good industry to start with as it touches everyone at some point.Read more
We are pleased to bring you a guest blog post from the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University with a testimonial by one of their program participants.Read more
By Mark Onisk
A friend of mine recently found himself at a crossroads in his career. While he had spent many years in front-line technical support and service roles, he had not built any truly marketable skills or credentials.Read more
By Jim Zimmermann
One of the “Big Four” accountancy firms made the news headlines in September 2017 following the announcement that they suffered a major hack of their systems and data. This demonstrated two things:
#1 Cyberattacks are not stopping any time soon.Read more
How safe are you?
By Agata Nowakowska
October is traditionally associated with the celebration of witch’s brew and breweries, of ghosts and ghouls, kegs and beer tents. So whether it is the treat or the “liquid gold” that whets your appetite, October has something to offer everyone.Read more