Over the past six years, Rolling Meadows High School’s Technical Education Department has grown exponentially – from 16 students in 2012 to 200 in 2018. Curious about this growth, TMA went to Rolling Meadows Technical ...
Last year, Cristian Arguello won among his high school peers in Technology & Manufacturing Association’s (TMA) Precision Machining Competition. This year, he is continuing to learn and his new employer is paying for it. It’s ...
Registration Now Open for the Fourth Annual RhythmWorld Event Boulder, Colo. — July 10, 2020 — LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centers (SOCs), announced that its RhythmWorld 2020 user conference will take place as an entirely virtual event from Sept. 22–24. Now in its fourth year, RhythmWorld is the ultimate conference for security professionals across industries looking to grow as a practitioner and improve their organization’s security operations. Attendance is completely free, and... Source: RealWire
Iotics announces founding membership of Emergent Alliance July 10, 2020 Iotics is one of the founding members of the Emergent Alliance, a not-for-profit community to better inform the future economic decision making of governments, corporations and organizations post-COVID-19. Alongside fellow members such as Rolls-Royce, IBM, Microsoft, Google Cloud and the Open Data Institute, the Emergent Alliance will share data, expertise and resources to build economic resilience and solve some of the biggest challenges facing a... Source: RealWire
Oxford, UK and Boston, MA. July 9 2020 - Preservica, the market leader in active digital preservation, has been selected by the University of Pittsburgh Library System (ULS) to safeguard over two million digitized pages and born-digital materials including university records, archives, and special collections. Tracing its roots back to 1787, the University of Pittsburgh is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in the United States. Managing the largest digital repository in western... Source: RealWire
More investment in apprenticeships and skills needed to hit government broadband target London, UK, 9 July 2020 – The Independent Networks Cooperative Association (INCA), has welcomed the Government’s plans to increase investment in workplace training and apprenticeships, as part of its plan to avoid a rise in youth unemployment and to address the growing skills shortage in the sector. However, the organisation warned that this may not be enough for the telecoms sector if the... Source: RealWire
London, 9th July 2020. Millennials have become online “super buyers” during the COVID-19 lockdown and are receiving an average of 50 per cent more deliveries every week than the over-55 “baby boomer” generation, a new survey of 2,000 consumers has revealed. Despite being vocal supporters of environmental sustainability, millennials received an average of seven online deliveries a week during the lockdown, according to research carried out by Censuswide for Europe’s leading 24/7 parcel locker firm... Source: RealWire