The year has come and gone and it's time to reflect on everything that happened in 2014. There's no better way to kick off a new year than to celebrate the last one! We identified five of our most-read and most-engaging technology posts from this past year.
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Cybersecurity blogs are a great source of information, education and conversation regarding the hot topics in the industry. We compiled a list of some of the best ones the Internet has to offer.
News of the "Heartbleed bug" has been wreaking havoc across cyberspace. It's been described as "the most dangerous security flaw on the web" and "the ultimate web nightmare." But is it really as bad as it seems? Information security pros say yes! Find out why and what you can do to protect yourself.
Microsoft has officially pulled the plug on Windows XP and will no longer support the operating system as of April 8, 2014. If you're part of the 30% of users still using XP, you're probably wondering why the change happened, how it will affect you and what options you have. We enlisted a tech expert to help you understand your options.
Americans are on high alert these days when it comes to cyber fraud - and rightfully so. With reports of high profile data breaches saturating the news in 2013, consumers are on edge. Check out this infographic to learn about the tricky tactics used by today's cybercriminals and how you can avoid becoming their next target!
"Big Data" is one trend that is taking the tech world by storm, shifting paradigms and creating a higher demand for IT professionals.
Information Security is a field in which you defend and protect information from unauthorized access, disruption, modification or unwanted destruction of data. Take a look at this article to learn more about this interesting career in the field of technology.
Information technology management (ITM) is where information technology (IT) resources - i.e., computer hardware, software, data, networks and data facilities - are managed according to the needs of an organization. Companies need people equipped with the skills and expertise to protect these resources from any malfunctions or tampering.
One of the hot button issues across the technology industry today is the level of security behind cloud versus external hard drive storage. The crux of the issue lies with one's chosen method of storing files: Either on a computer's hard drive (i.e., "locally) or on virtual servers accessible from anywhere with an Internet connection (i.e., "in the cloud").
So, you're interested in computers and you're intrigued by the world of technology, but your interests and ideas about what you want to do as a career are always changing. Let us help.
There's no better way to make a splash in the technology industry than by mastering the latest tech trends. So as you prepare to enter the workforce, you'll benefit by investing your time in discovering what's hot in the field. One acronym that is creating quite a buzz lately is BYOD. It stands for "bring your own device" and it's taking the corporate world by storm.
Today, most Gen Xers and Gen Yers didn't receive their first cellphone until they were in high school, maybe even college or later. But these days, children are getting their hands on mobile devices at a younger age every day. In this new infographic, we walk you through the technology milestones for different development stages.