By Sameer Bhatia
Sameer Bhatia is founder and CEO of ProProfs.
In the rapidly changing tech world today, it is hardly an exaggeration to say that the skills you learned even just a year or so ago are fast on their way to becoming obsolete. Over the past few years, it has become essential for tech workers to engage in education as a lifelong pursuit — a constant cycle of learning, unlearning, and relearning — as new technologies become available and new knowledge and skills become in demand.
Educational attainment, academic achievement, student persistence, learning and development, and college completion. The success of college students is getting more attention these days with rising expectations, greater accountability (yet shrinking budgets), and dismal statistics, like this one:
Only about one of every four community college students...
By Navika Mahal and Vikram Kulothungan
Navika Mahal and Vikram Kulothungan are graduate students in the Master of Science in Information Security Policy and Management (MSISPM) program at Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University.
Today society faces a new form of bullying that uses technology to cause insurmountable emotional distress and harm to individuals. A huge problem with cyberbullying is that it can...
Diana G. Oblinger and Joanne Dehoney
This is the fifth in a blog series describing five “metatrends,” drawn from a review of articles in industry IT press, that affect CIOs in all IT sectors:
By Kar Cheung
Kar Cheung is the Marketing Manager at ExpressVPN.
The cybersecurity market has grown at an amazing rate over the past decade, and will continue to experience rapid expansion in years to come, according to MarketsandMarkets’ latest report. According to the report, the global cybersecurity market will grow from $95.60 billion...
By Rich Murphy
Rich Murphy is the Director of Technical Account Management at BlackStratus.
The diverse range of users accessing IT resources both on and off campus presents a number of security issues for higher education institutions. Potential risks can include:
- Students accessing course and administrative information over unsecured wireless networks
- Part-time and sessional instructors who have...