This week, January 21st-25th, 2019: How AI is creating the Netflix of Higher Ed, considerations for cyber risk management, and more.
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AV team equips six venues with Monarch HD appliances to reliably stream and record up to 12 hours daily at national sporting event.
As a progressive business leader, it’s important to take the pulse of your organization. When you do, you might find some of these common ailments. Here are some antidotes to help you fix them.
Artificial Intelligence is leading to a boon in distance learning, similar to the Netflix model, and it’s a good thing for higher education.
Host Jonathan Blackwood talks to Matthew Andriani of MazeBolt about phishing attacks, DDoS attacks, strategy for cybersecurity, and more.
While there is no magic bullet, these 5 elements are critical to your cyber risk management strategy.
This week, January 14th-18th, 2019: the cybersecurity behind access control, the technology skills gap in education, and understanding the journey toward a digital transformation.
Leading medical device manufacturer MicroVention upgraded to TEKLYNX CENTRAL CFR– an enterprise-level barcode software solution– to improve labeling efficiency, control and support for its global, multi-user labeling environment.
With such a gap in skills for technological positions such as IT, it comes down to educating a younger class of potential employees. STEM in K-12 could be the solution to closing the skills gap for good.
An ethical hacker explains how the cybersecurity concerns of access control technology are often overlooked, and why that’s so dangerous for organizations.