As Higher Ed IT adopts new technologies, it’s becoming more and more important to stay current with tech news. New technological advancements are sure to affect your work at an institutional-level. We’re constantly aggregating new and exciting articles from the best sources so that you can stay informed and ahead in the field.
What is the relation between big data applications and sustainability? What is the net effect of improved efficiency versus increased resource consumption, who gets to measure this, and how?
The Galaxy S8 Plus is a fantastic smartphone and there are already a number of case options to protect it, add some style, improve the grip, and help you hit that odd rear fingerprint target.
It’s the time to celebrate the 3700th blog posting. Blogging is not just about writing, but about thinking, brainstorming, envisioning, and innovating. The intention of creating the “Future of CIO” blog is to sow the innovation seed, share knowledge & insight, make continuous communication, and create a unique digital landscape for accelerating business transformation and leadership maturity. Digital leaders are lifetime learner with a thirst for knowledge, insight, and wisdom:
Digital workplaces are diverse and dynamic and digital workforces are multi-generational, multicultural, and multidivicing today. IT skills gap is not a fiction, but a reality. CIOs need to think constructively about IT talent competencies at both at the strategic and operational level. IT leaders play a crucial role in identifying talent gaps and align talent skills and collective human capabilities with strategy execution. The best or next digital talent management
Dependency injection is a software design pattern that helps you to build pluggable implementations in your application using loosely coupled, testable components. It eliminates the hard-coded dependencies between the types and makes your types easier to build, test, and maintain over time. The IOC (Inversion of Control) design pattern states that objects should not create objects on which they depend in order to perform some activity.You have many IOC containers
When Docker announced the Moby Project earlier this week, it wasn’t entirely clear why it mattered—or even what it was. It sounded like Docker was trying to share its internal processes for building Docker from components donated to the community.But Docker’s GitHub site has since been reworked as the Moby Project, and the point is clearer. Moby is to Docker what Fedora Project is to Red Hat: a separate brand, explicitly
As Microsoft Edge adoption increases, critical extensions are starting to show up for the promising new browser. We spotlight ten of them.
Not all gas pipelines can be serviced by maintenance pigs, but the sensor data from ones that can are providing mountains of vital information.
As everyone knows, last week a United Airlines passenger was asked to deplane because the airline overbooked and needed his seat for a staff member, then was dragged off the plane by Chicago airport cops when he refused to leave. Yes, the passenger didn’t follow the rules, but the situation ultimately was United’s fault.Believe it or not, what happened at United is an object lesson for any business that signs
The executive order on H-1B visas that President Trump signed this week was loudly trumpeted as a win for American workers. In reality, his “Buy American and Hire American” directive was more PR than policy. The real fight over H-1B hasn’t even begun.As a candidate, Trump vowed to kill the H-1B visa program with “no exceptions.” His order instead calls on the Department of Labor, Department of Homeland Security, and the
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