Month: July 2016

Data security is a hot topic and one that has sparked much debate. Naturally, people want to keep their private information secure but those rights get wishy washy when it comes to cyber crime. Should the government be able to access private information if it would help them solve a national security threat? If it […]

A stable, well-paying, interesting job is hard to come by, and with the impending election, unemployment rates are bound to bounce around a little as the economy settles with our new president.  Becoming technologically fluent isn’t only a good job decision, but a good personal decision as well as the need to understand how to […]