U.S. Inauguration Day may have come and gone, but the event is still on the minds of people everywhere — even spammers.
In the month of December, the new first lady bypassed A-list celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and Britney Spears to claim the crown of “most spammed subject,” according to anti-spam company SPAMfighter. Out …Read Article
Here’s one recent White House development that’s likely to spark controversy: A number of Republican politicians want to approve a new federal law that would force both Internet providers as well as Wi-Fi access locations to keep Internet users’ information on file for a period of two years, according to aRead Article
Want to know how your state stacks up to the rest of the U.S. in terms of entry-level job and internship opportunities? Turn to CollegeRecruiter.com, which has published a list of the best and worst states to find these types of positions.
Some states — including Ohio, …Read Article
It’s common knowledge that employers look at a variety of factors, such as academic background and prior work experience, during the recruiting process. But how much attention do they pay to certifications?
Well, as a CNN article points out, credentials do play a significant role in the …Read Article
I'm sure millions around the world waited with bated breath until two IT giants, Microsoft and Yahoo, signed on the dotted line to solidify their partnership – and their mutual goal of dethroning Internet search king Google.
Well, the deal finally went through, but the …Read Article
In the world of IT security, entry-level security technicians give crucial, behinds-the-scenes support.Read Article
Even in an economic recession, companies can maintain their competitive advantage by investing wisely in IT.Read Article