In the expanding online and digitally connected world, privacy is gaining increasing attention. While the average American is beginning to recognize and understand the true value of their personal information, people also continue to express concerns about their privacy online.
Lately, a slew of research has been released about how the public perceives the digital economy’s impact on their privacy. According to research conducted by the Pew Research Center, 91% of Americans believe they’ve lost control over how their personal information is collected and used by companies, and 64% believe the government needs to do more to regulate the way advertisers use our personal information. In light of the recent Sony and Anthem hacks, the latter affecting upwards of 80 million Americans, personal information security should be a concern for us all. Just ask those folks who had their credit card information stolen after shopping at Target…
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How to Find Computer Networking Jobs in 2014
How to Find a Computer Networking Job in 2014
When looking for ideal computer networking jobs, it’s important to consider more than the highly attractive salary. It’s important to examine the entire company package as well as the projected longevity of the job. Even when doing so, finding the perfect job can be seemingly impossible. Fortunately, the following 12 steps will guide job seekers toward finding the perfect computer networking job. …Read More Here
Computer Network Management
Few careers today offer the job satisfaction and earning potential that comes with a career in computer network management! In fact, career training in computer network management can lead to one of the most rewarding and lucrative careers available in today’s job market. Think about this for just minute. How many companies rely heavily on computer information systems and networks to run and operate their business? Almost every aspect of today’s business is managed on a computer system of some sort and those systems need to be maintained, repaired and upgraded as new software and technology become available. That’s probably why the Bureau of Labor Statistics is showing an 18% projected job growth in computer occupations, which is 63% increase over all other job sectors between 2012 and 2022. …Read More Here
What makes Centura College’s Computer Network Degree Program Different?
Centura College – Computer Network Management Degree Program
At Centura College, our Computer Network Management Degree Program courses have been updated to meet CompTIA’s new exam requirements that began in August of 2013. By changing our course curriculum to the new TestOut Software’s PC Pro Course, our students will not only be prepared to take the new CompTIA A+ exams, but they will also get a chance to take the certification exam from TestOut, that is completely performance based and better prepares our students for the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam. So, at the end of the first academic year in our Computer Network Management Degree Program, our students will already have taken their TestOut certification exam and will then be eligible to take the two CompTIA A+ exams as part of our Degree Program. That’s right, our program tuition includes all testing and certification fees for both the TestOut and CompTIA A+ Certification exams. Further to that, those students at our Chesapeake, Virginia Campus can take both exams on site at our campus! …Read More Here