You might assume a career in IT consists of 40 hours a week sitting in front of a computer at an isolated desk. But that’s just not the case! Building, repairing and maintaining hard drives and computer servers could give you the same satisfaction as working on cars or roofs. We connected with some IT pros to learn about five hands-on IT jobs where working with your hands will be just as important as working with a computer.
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If you’re even remotely interested in pursuing a career in technology, you’re going to want to familiarize yourself with cloud computing. Not only should you know about it, but you may want to consider making a career out of it. Experts say cloud computing isn’t going anywhere, so you may as well hang on for the ride!
If you’re considering the Rasmussen College computer science program, you came to the right place. We spoke with Dave Garrison, dean of the School of Technology, to learn some fascinating features that make the program stand out among others.
There are a lot of programming languages out there. How do you know which ones are worth adding to your arsenal? We analyzed more than 18 million technology job postings to identify the top programming languages based on earning potential and job opportunities.
You’ll be happy to know that top technology companies are offering jobs all across America. We used real-time job analysis software to examine more than 1.8 million technology jobs posted throughout the past year. Use this interactive map to find the opportunities near you!
Maintaining your privacy doesn’t have to mean giving up the mobile devices that help you manage your daily life. You can keep yourself and your family protected from data thieves by avoiding some common mobile device security mistakes. Stay one step ahead of hackers with these security tips from technology experts.
Your curriculum will help you acquire the foundation of knowledge and skills on which you will build your entire career. So it’s logical to be curious about the types of information technology courses you’ll be taking. Get a sneak peek at five of the intriguing IT courses included in the Rasmussen College IT management program.
Now is the perfect time for job-seekers looking to break into the technology field. But what are the best tech jobs to pursue this year? We identified five of the top positions based on job openings and earning potential.
How do you get started in an intimidating field like information technology? The answer: as a help desk technician. It may not seem like a glamorous job, but IT pros say it has the potential to launch your career to new heights. Hear what they have to say.
Working in technology doesn't necessarily mean writing thousands of lines of code all day every day. There are several interactive and dynamic career opportunities available. So if you're not cut out for coding, consider one of these four tech jobs.
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.
Many people assume IT pros are boring and nerdy, but there are plenty who insist having a tech pro by your side comes in handy in many everyday situations. We connected with some IT pros and those who love them to get the lowdown on the advantages of marrying a tech pro.
The shortage of qualified technology workers has opened many doors for aspiring tech pros like you. We identified eight entry-level computer science jobs you can launch immediately after graduating.
You've heard network administrators are in high demand and have exciting earning potential, but what do they actually do? We have all of the answers to your questions!
Before you throw in the towel and purchase a gift card, let us help you out. We enlisted some self-proclaimed techies give you some suggestions. Unwrapping one of these 11 holiday gifts for techies will surely make their holiday season one to remember.
Check out the first video in our Tech Tutorial Series. In this video tutorial, we'll share some tips and tricks for speeding up your PC computer.
If you're looking for a program that will prime you for success in a variety of technology careers, you're probably considering IT versus computer science. We created this infographic to provide you with a side-by-side comparison of these fields of study so you can decide which suits you best.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. In this video tutorial, we'll teach you how to identify and remove a computer virus.
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.
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month and what better way to celebrate than to evaluate your password habits? Our latest Tech Tutorial will walk you through some best practices to creating strong passwords.
In honor of Cyber Security Awareness Month, we put together a handy checklist to determine if your passwords are as secure as they should be. Use this tool to find out if you're at risk of being the target of a cyberattack.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. This installment will explain how to write a formal letter. Mastering this skill will help you make a great first impression in a professional setting.
If the tech industry is where you see your future, it's important to stay current on the industry jargon. We enlisted some tech experts to help us define some of these tricky tech terms so you have a solid understanding of what's happening in your field of interest.
Check out the latest episode of our Tech Tutorial Series. In this video tutorial, we'll walk you through the process of securing your router and wireless network. Following these steps will help you prevent your online activity from being used maliciously.
What's the best job around? The one you can do from anywhere! Learn about six exciting tech careers that allow you to work from the comfort of your own home!
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. This installment will walk you through the process of safely transferring files from one device to another. Mastering this skill will ensure that you always have access to your important files.
It's no secret that the job market can be competitive. So how can you be sure to stand out among your peers and catch the eye of that big-name company? We talked to tech pros from around the world to get their insight on three of the most in-demand IT skills that are sure to make your resume pop.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. This installment will demonstrate how to quickly find a specific word on a web page. This will save you time and energy when trying to locate precise information.
The truth is that not everyone can hack it as a computer programmer. It takes a unique set of characteristics to succeed in this field. We enlisted some programming pros to identify what it takes to hack it in this career.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. In this installment, we'll explain how to be a safe social media user. You'll learn handy tips and tricks for protecting your profiles.
With the rise of computer and mobile technology over the last decade, IT careers have become even more fast-paced, creative and full of perks. Not to mention the fact that some starting salaries for IT workers can be relatively high.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. In this installment, we'll explain how to simply and safely upgrade your computer's memory. Doing this is one of the most efficient ways to speed up your system.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. This installment will demonstrate how to conduct a search query on Google. Mastering this skill will allow you to access a massive collection of information with a few clicks of your mouse.
Being a mom is a tough job. But luckily, as several iPhone commercials have reminded us time and time again, there's an app for that! Check out this list of 32 handy apps that will help lighten your load a bit.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. In this video tutorial, we'll explain how to encrypt a hard drive. You'll be introduced to hard drive encryption technologies that you can use to secure your data.
It's a good time to be working in technology. The above-average salaries and rapidly-growing job opportunities are enough to grab your attention, but which positions appeal to you the most? We created this handy interactive map to help you pinpoint the opportunities with the most potential near you.
Check out the latest video in our Tech Tutorial Series. This installment will share some tips and tricks for maintaining proper email etiquette. There is no perfect recipe for writing an email, but these simple guidelines will help you demonstrate professionalism in your message.
In the wake of America's economic struggles, the tech world is constantly seeking new blood and fresh ideas. The rate at which tech pros are developing new trends and technological concepts suggests that the tech field is constantly evolving.
Check out the first video in our Tech Tutorial Series. In this video tutorial, we'll show you some practical ways to help mitigate your risk of acquiring malware on your personal computer. Following these steps will help secure your sensitive data and keep your device running smoothly.
If you've got some experience and are looking to take the next step in your tech career, one option is to move into management. We called on industry experts to help us identify the three things you need to become an IT manager.
One expert says women associate IT careers with "geekiness" but she says it should be seen and promoted for what it truly is, a service industry involving a lot of communication and problem-solving.
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.
These days, tech pros enjoy some of the most exciting job perks the corporate world has to offer. With so many job openings and so few qualified candidates, companies have to get creative to land top tech talent. Learn about some of these incredible incentives!
If you're ready to upgrade your job to a career in technology, earning an IT certification is the fastest way to get your foot in the door and gain the experience needed to climb the corporate ladder. We identified the five IT certifications in highest demand by employers.
If you looked at a list of America's best technology jobs, you'll find computer systems analyst among the top three. With a promising job outlook and exciting earning potential, it's no wonder you're intrigued with this career. But what exactly is a computer systems analyst? This article will tell you everything you need to know!
"Big Data" is one trend that is taking the tech world by storm, shifting paradigms and creating a higher demand for IT professionals.
We gathered a combination of expert insight, government information and real-time job analysis data to provide you with the answers to all of your burning questions. Inside you'll find seven common questions about becoming a web developer.
As the world of technology rapidly evolves, there is a particular specialization of software development that is currently skyrocketing: software application development. Learn everything you need to know about this up-and-coming field, including its promising job outlook, impressive earning potential and fast-track training options.
If the thought of being a "cyber superhero" excites you, there's no better time than now to act on it! We enlisted a few experts to share some insight on the future of the industry to help you determine if you're up for the challenge of combating cyber villains.
Let's be honest - you want a prestigious, high-paying job. You dream of living a lavish life filled with fancy gadgets and exotic travel. There's nothing wrong with that. Finding a career that provides all of this and is enjoyable is too good to be true, right? Wrong! You spend most of your time in front of a computer anyways, so why not make a career out of it? We highlight three popular and profitable positions and let you know what it takes to land them.
Here's a scary fact: 92 percent of companies in 2012 found an intrusion by a third party in their databases. And without someone who is trained to monitor and react to these alerts, a company's confidential material can be walking out the door - or through a web of network cable, as the case may be - along with the intruder. This is just one reason why information security professionals are some of the most valuable employees in any organization.
IT professionals are in demand throughout every industry, which means NOW is the time to start planning your IT career path. So if you've been waiting for proof that pursuing an IT career will be profitable in the long run, here it is! These five facts will help demonstrate the wisdom in your decision to become an IT professional.
If you're interested in turning your passion for technology into a career, you're in luck! Employers in several industries are in need of IT professionals, offering you a variety of job opportunities. We broke down the top 5 fields to find entry-level IT jobs.
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.
A seasoned veteran in the IT industry shares three essential ingredients in the recipe for success in the tech world: certification, experience and education. Learn about how these work hand-in-hand in helping advance your tech career.
If you're looking for a new career in technology that is both stable and lucrative, computer science is a great option! We uncovered four irrefutable computer science facts to help reinforce the notion that a career in this industry is definitely worth pursuing.
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").
Rasmussen College hosted a Career Chat on July 26, in honor of System Administrators Day. The Careers in Technology chat utilized Google+ Hangouts on Air to discuss the popular career field of technology with selected subject matter experts.
If you have an interest in technology, but aren't necessarily savvy when it comes to programming languages and operating systems, a career in information technology (IT) management might be right up your alley. Experts in the field agree that many IT management skills are closely aligned with responsibilities you master every day as a mother. Real IT manager moms share insight about how these skills overlap.
You've always dreamed of working for one of those prestigious companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook or Google, but you're not sure if the skills you possess - or ones you're developing - are what today's tech startups are looking for.
Looking for an exciting new career in the growing technology industry? Network administration is an exciting option that is projected to grow faster than average. What's more exciting is that you can get your career started in as little as 18 months! Find out how in this comprehensive guide to becoming a network administrator.
Are you looking to earn a degree that can open doors to not one, but several careers in the technology industry? An information technology (IT) management degree may be just what you're looking for. We highlighted ten tech positions you could land with this degree under your belt!
As the video game industry continues to gain popularity - 68 percent of Americans play computer or video games - the demand for game developers and programmers to create products that entice, intrigue and capture the user experience is increasing significantly.
You've decided you want a career in information technology. The following video from the "What Should I Do with My Life" series takes a look at the salaries associated with the most common IT positions.
If you love working with computers and other forms of technology, you may want to consider choosing a career in Information Technology. Our "What Should I Do With My Life?" video helps you navigate the different Information Technology career possibilities.
With the number of Internet users escalating year after year, security issues are expanding just as fast. If you're looking to join the fight against cybercrime, why not make a career out of it? You're passionate about technology and want to have a positive impact on society but, at the end of the day, your main concern is helping your family achieve financial stability. Well, you're in luck-there's a career out there that combines all three!
With so many IT degree options out there, how do you know which degree is right for you? The following video from the "What Should I Do With My Life?" series breaks down the different IT degree programs available to you.
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.
After years of working various jobs to keep your family afloat, you've finally reached the point where you're craving something more. You don't want a job-you want a career! But before your head explodes from all the worries that come with changing careers, take comfort in the following information: there are entry-level tech job openings out there and you could land one without a four-year degree!
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.
So, you're not sure which degree is the best fit for you, but you do know that when it's complete, you want to be a mover and a shaker in the industry you choose. Maybe you're trying to find that one field or career that allows you to use the analytical side of your brain and speaks to your passion for gaming. Maybe you're even searching for jobs that will pay the bills and help you shine among your group of friends.
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.
Did you know that every Excel spreadsheet has more than 16,000 columns and a million rows? Did you know that you can create shapes in an Excel chart? Are you familiar with VLOOKUP, COUNTIF or pivot tables?
The first three articles in our "Computer Science vs. Information Technology" series provide an overview of the basic job descriptions, skills needed, job outlooks and salary information for both industries. This final installment addresses perhaps the most important question in the entire series: Where are the jobs?
Are you a teacher now or studying to become one in the future? Have you been looking for a handy list of digital apps that will help you organize your life inside and outside the classroom?
There's a good chance that one of the reasons you decided to pursue a degree is to get a better job and, in turn, earn more money. While some say that money can't buy happiness, it can help you sleep a little better at night knowing you can properly support your family. So when you're considering investing in a technology degree, it's perfectly natural to be curious about the job outlook and salary trends of the field in which you're hoping to work.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - How to Use the Fill Handle and Static Cell Reference, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Cue the next sentence to the tune of Beyonce's "Single Ladies." All the techie ladies, all the techie ladies, put your hands up if you love engineering, gadgets and technology. Think there's no place for women in the tech industry? Think again. It's easier than ever for women to break into a career doing what they love.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - VLookup, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
A common debate many prospective technology students encounter is that of computer science versus information technology. The two seem quite similar on the surface, so it's easy to confuse one for the other. But before you invest time and money in a college degree, it's important to know the day-to-day skills needed to survive in each industry.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - How to Write Excel Formulas, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
If you're interested in earning a degree in technology, you've probably considered computer science versus information technology. While the two may seem similar on the surface, they are fundamentally different in nature. It's important to have a comprehensive understanding of each so you don't waste a lot of time and money preparing for the wrong career.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Countif Function in Excel, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Imagine a futuristic world where humans depend on robots to complete their undesirable tasks. Over time, your robot gets smarter and realizes it's missing something - rhythm, lifeblood, a definition of living. So, it leaves the factory on a quest to find the one element that defines life - a beating heart.
Although your entry-level technology job helps pay the bills, is it really what you want to be doing for the rest of your life? Going back to school may be something you've been contemplating, but the question still lingers-are the rewards worth the risks involved? Here are three noteworthy facts to make you more confident about your decision to go back to school to study technology.
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Are you looking for a career that will let you brag to your friends? How about a career that allows you to work and play?
Did you know Twitter used to be described as "a short burst of inconsequential information" and "chirps from birds"? As people meet through social sharing and maintain connections, tweeting and/or "chirps" will continue to be heard around the world, but how do you connect and stay in touch with the people you are interested in?
Are you a bit apprehensive about the current job market? If so, you're not alone. But don't panic! There are certain industries that currently boast a promising job outlook. One of these industries is technology. Several of today's most wanted jobs happen to fall into this category.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Average Functions in Excel, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Count Function in Excel, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Basic Structures of Formulas in Excel, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
We hear about information and network security in the news all the time. The most recent drama covers the threats against our technology infrastructures around the world but what exactly is network security? Am I safe? Who are the virtual soldiers that are leading the charge to keep these predators at bay?
Are you currently in a career but searching for something new? Do you have the skills to obtain a management level position? If you have decided to turn your existing job into a new career, then interviews will be on your schedule soon. In turn, your background and experience are a valuable aspect of your future job search. The skills you possess; either makes you stand out from the crowd or is very similar to others who are applying for the same job.
Good economy or bad; small business owners always need to be aware of new ways to run their business more efficiently. Check out this list of apps to see how they can help your business!
'Tis the season for long lines at the airport, lost luggage and dropping your smartphone in the toilet! We all know the holidays are hectic and sometimes you find yourself, well disconnected. Check out our new infographic below and stay connected this holiday season.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Macros, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Connect Excel to Access Database, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Conditional Formatting, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Every time a security breach happens, the kneejerk reaction is to blame the entity where the break-in occurred. Obviously, every company has to take reasonable security measures to protect privacy and proprietary information, but is it reasonable to expect a determined hacker cannot get through these defenses?
Today's technology is a booming market full of exciting and innovative products and new learning opportunities. With technology as a major consumer of our time and also an exciting experience in our world today, are you motivated to generate something new?
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Formatting, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Create a Pivot Table, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Blain Barton, an evangelist for Microsoft, spoke at Rasmussen College about the new live features offered in the new operating system Windows 8. There were 27 students in attendance on August 30, 2012, along with several faculty and staff members. Barton gave a preview of all the features built into Windows 8.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Link to Another Sheet, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Did you know the average IT resume gets read in 15-30 seconds? According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of computer and information systems managers is projected to grow 18 percent from 2010 to 2020. With all the competition you face from other IT jobseekers sending in their resumes, what is going to make yours stand out?
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Count, Countif, Concatenate Functions to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Vlookup Function to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - SUM, Average, Max, Min Functions to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Graph, and learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
In today's ever-changing and diverse culture, there are a lot of place to get information, including technology. There are also many ways to stay educated on all of the new technology and gadgets out there today. Luckily, there are blogs for you to learn from to find out about the next-big-thing coming in technology.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Find and Replace Function, and learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Inserting Comments, and learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
Check out our latest Excel 2010 Tutorial - Table, Ribbons, Navigation, to learn more about the important aspects of Excel 2010, and what you will be learning and working on in the classroom.
It's happened again. Hackers found their way inside a major website and stole approximately 450,000 account logins and passwords. Those passwords were then published for the world to see. Yahoo is not alone. Last month, 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords showed up on a Russian website. You may be thinking, "I use those websites". As students, you're encouraged to, but there are some steps you can take to keep your personal information safe online
Check out our latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video to learn more about choosing an Information Systems degree, courses to expect and what you will be working with in the classroom.
With so many ways to utilize technology these days, it can be hard to keep track of all your files and accounts. Fortunately, a handy storage device may be just the solution.
If you are in the design field, a degree, experience and a portfolio are the three key elements to finding a job. However, there is a bit of a catch 22. If you are a student just starting out in the field, how do you get that experience and portfolio without having a job? They may have found the solution at Rasmussen College Fort Myers campus in the form of a new club.
Malware seems to be the technology catchphrase nowadays. It is used to describe anything that can take over your computer to use it as a weapon or worse stealing your personal information. Viruses, worms, spyware, Trojan horse viruses, adware, fake virus programs, rootkits, and other programs intended to harm your computer are all malware. They hide themselves in web links, videos, freeware, pictures, and even e-mail from your grandma!
Your PC is similar to every car, closet, and boat you've seen; it gets dirty, disorganized, and slows down if it is not properly maintained. Some of the most important computer tasks that you can perform such as backing up, securing your documents and cleaning your computer always comes with the best of intentions but usually end up like New Year's resolutions: we all say were going to do them, but the reality is "all steam ahead" usually ends up puttering out of gas a couple of weeks after the new year.
You may only be an IT Technician and not in the CIA, but you are going to have to learn how to keep a secret.
Technology is constantly changing the way businesses, government operations, and academic institutions function.
Aaron Mullally, an instructor at the Brooklyn Park, MN college campus, shares his love for Sophia.org, an online learning platform in this "Minnesota Made" news clip.
Technology instructor at Rasmussen College answers the question, "What is information systems" in this cool video blog.
Hosted by the Rasmussen College Alumni Association, this webinar features important information about mobile applications as told by Rockford School of Technology and Design instructor, PJ Way.
As technology continues to drive economic and social growth, the demand for graduates of Computer Science degrees continues to expand.
As a growing interest rises in software development, it may be time for you to jump on the bandwagon and pursue a career in this highly coveted field.
Becoming part of the technological world through earning a Computer Information Technology Associate's degree with an IT specialization will give you the tools to aid your future company and get your coworkers back to the job at hand.
Ever wondered what it takes to illustrate a graphic novel or comic book? Learn it at the latest design lecture series in Brooklyn Park, MN.
As the number of businesses which rely on electronic methods for storing important data rises, the demand for individuals adept at protecting such information is bound to increase as well.
Cloud computing is emerging as a promising IT service delivery vehicle. Storing data and services outside of a corporate infrastructure is a change that is creating much conversation in the world of IT professionals. Join us August 11 for an in-depth look at cloud computing.
Apple genius speaks at the Rasmussen College Tampa/Brandon, FL college campus on July 20.
As a new iPhone owner, I can't help but wonder, "Did I do enough research? Does the Droid user sitting across from me really get a better signal?"
Rasmussen College alumni, Jacob Sorem, who is now an instructor at Rasmussen College in Brooklyn Park, MN. He shares his educational and career path from start to finish in this riveting article.
Technology expert and Director of the School of Technology and Design shares his thoughts on the best tech gifts for Father's Day.
If you're someone who adores computers and geek speak or loves to create amazing things with your mind and sense of adventure, a School of Technology &amp;amp; Design degree program could be for you.
Technology expert and Director of the School of Technology and Design, Hap Aziz, discusses best budget travel websites on WOFL- My Fox Orlando 35.
Hap Aziz discusses the best mobile applications for busy moms that will make life easier. Hap is the Director of Technology and Design at Rasmussen College.
Watch Rasmussen College Information Systems Management program instructor Jacob Sorem give practical advice to the Twin Cities' KARE 11 news on how to plan your gadget purchases and avoid outdated technology.
Technology degree-seeking student, Mark Hays, shares his story about his journey to and through college. Mark is a full-time worker, expectant father, husband, and student with an inspiring story.
Technology instructor James Keltgen discusses the new Software Application Development degree program at Rasmussen College and the growing demand and opportunity for individuals with these new skills in this technology news clip.
Rasmussen College Director of the School of Technology and Design Hap Aziz explains Amazon's streaming music service in this Technology and Design news segment.
Not sure if you should click on that link in your email? Watch this video blog post as Technology and Design Instructor Jacob Sorem provides tips for protecting yourself from email fraud on this KARE 11 news segment, which originally aired on 4/4/11.
Learn how to root your Nook Color and turn it into an Android tablet computer.
Watch technology expert, Hap Aziz talk about the technology bubble and smartphone usage on WOFL in Orlando.
Rasmussen College School of Technology and Design Director Hap Aziz discusses the new launch of the iPad 2, and upgrading your tech gadgets.
Rasmussen College School of Technology &amp;amp;amp;amp; Design Director discusses the new launch of the iPad 2.
If you are new to Web 2.0 applications, or simply looking for a refreshing way to add a new dimension to your courses, here is a collection of 25 of the best tools out there.
With new apps coming out daily, the Smartphone is quickly becoming an effective, convenient device for teachers. Your mobile device really can help you be more effective in the classroom. Want to get up to speed? Here are the top 15 apps that will help you stay plugged into your curriculum and keep up with students.
Tech Instructor at Rasmussen College shares her favorite apps for women of 2010.
The Director of the School of Technology and Design at Rasmussen College shares the top holiday tech gadgets to the host of Tech Talk, the nation's top technology talk radio program.
Google's technology can really facilitate success by streamlining productivity, all the while putting you ahead of the curve in professional and personal spheres. Here are 25 of the best Google programs that you've never heard of...
Of the many game design blogs in cyberspace, we selected 20 that we think you'll find useful now and long after you earn a game design degree.
Learn how to create a globe-like graphic from scratch with simple shapes and typography.
Online degree instructor at Rasmussen College discusses sharing online documents and cloud computing in a recent webinar.
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Facebook is the most popular social network on the Internet with more than 200 million active users worldwide. Facebook started in 2004 as a site for college students to socially interact in a virtual setting; but the site has since advanced to a popular online destination used by web users of all ages; and consequentially morphed into a new marketing channel for organizations.
Teachers have one of the most difficult (and rewarding) jobs out there. Here is a collection of 100 web and iPhone tools that make the grade for tech-savvy teachers to make your job a little easier...
There are literally tens of thousands of websites out there that have some connection to science fiction, while some of them are excellent sources of science fiction information.
Say goodbye to endless library call card searches and hello to blogs.This list spans a broad range of topics: from wellness and organization to productivity, to technology and finance.
If you are in college, you probably spend most of your cash on tuition, books, and housing. You dont exactly have a lot of money to fritter away, but you want to do your part to help the earth. Here are 50 tips to help you reduce your carbon footprint on a limited budget.
The benefits of experiential learning are hardly breaking news, as simulations have been used for years in specialized training situations. As the video game industry matures, it penetrates ever-widening age groups with each passing year. Eventually high-profile organizations are discovering the advantage of training their members or employees.
Believe it or not, it’s perfectly plausible to change careers from business to technology. Don’t believe us? We enlisted some experts who’ve made the jump themselves to explain how your business experience can be transferred to the tech world—and even help you stand out!
The good news if you’re interested in pursuing a career in technology is the industry is booming. Entry-level salaries are competitive and some companies even offer other surprising job perks. What’s more is that many technology job titles have the ability to impress your peers.