Hackers and cybercriminals are continually on the hunt for valuable information online. When they find security weaknesses, your sensitive data becomes their treasure trove. Last year, nearly 450 million consumer records were exposed in more than 1,000 data breaches....
By Riley Batchelor According to a report by the Australian Computer Society, the demand for tech workers is set to grow by almost 100,000 to 758,700 workers by 2023. By this time, almost 3 million Australian workers will be employed...
By Eric Wise When it comes to hype, blockchain has moved into a level of disillusionment over the past 12 to 18 months. The technology is far from dead and still has great potential, but the most glaring issue seems...
By Chuck Mackey Today's uber-crisis world demands a better way to ensure offensive and defensive cybersecurity success. All organizations need to be adaptive in this highly volatile environment. They must sense and rapidly respond to critical incidents, threats, vulnerabilities, and...
By Eric Wise People talk a lot about “shrinking the skills gap,” but very few organizations go beyond verbalizing the recognition that a talent gap exists and that something, somehow, should be done. In our quest to help companies bridge...
By Eric Wise Learning and development is a topic that has come front and center for many organizations. The skills gap is increasing across many job functions due to lack of candidates, increased speed of technical change, and roles being...
By Eric Wise The following post contains an excerpt from our enterprise ebook How to Become a Data-Driven Organization. Download your free copy. Global research and advisory firm Gartner defines data literacy as “the ability to read, write, and communicate...
By Eric Wise As educators, we get a lot of requests for the most popular tools and frameworks across all of our program areas: software development, data science, UI/UX, cybersecurity, and more. One of the more frequent requests is for...
By Eric Wise The Microsoft .NET Framework has had a great run since its initial release in 2001. My first programming experiences were with Java, C++, and Visual Basic 6.0, but I quickly fell in love with C# and .NET....
By Eric Wise The world is becoming more digitally connected. In the past decade, we have seen the rise of affordable and available cloud computing as well as smart devices interconnecting our work and home resulting in massive amounts of...

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