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Hospice_Houngbo
With the increasing use of tablets in schools, managing theses devices brings a host of new--and time-consuming--headaches. I hope we will learn about real solutions for managing tablets and iPads in schools. See you on the show.
Susan Fourtané
Mobile security is such a timely topic. Thanks for this report, Nicole! :) 

-Susan 
cheqbook123
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freespiritny25
I wasn't financially compensated for my internships. I did find the internships valuable. One internship helped me rule out an area that I discovered I was not interested in pursuing. Another internship was a great learning experience. I think it would be really nice if all interns received a stipend at least, since internships sometimes conflict with being able to simultaneously maintain a paying job.Consequently, it's hard to pay bills while doing an internship.
impactnow
Enterprise E-Readers
impactnow  
1/25/2014 12:22:27 AM
Ready and able
I love my ereader and one of the great benefits is that it makes reading easier; you no longer have to order a book or go to the book store, learning is instant. My only complaint is that some e books don't let you browse before you buy, which sometimes requires a bookstore visit. Additionally not all books are avaialble for all tablet types so that adds complexity. It really places career development in the hands of every employee.
nasimson
> You will discover that at least one of the people"you've interacted
> with for services in your life is actually a computer."

@Dave thats hilarious. I am beginning to have my doubts on you. Are you a computer?

Have a happy reboot in 2014 !!!
Pedro Gonzales
Out of the 14, I was terrify with the problem questions, I'm really terrible at those, such as the one when you wake up in a bender or putting my hand under the string.  They put me in a spot, in those cases, I just give up and say honestly I don't know the answer.  There is no way I can prepare to those question ahead of time. I'm very confident about those questions about myself now, It is just a matter of practicing and doing some self evaluation.  If they were to ask me to rate the interviewer I would try to rate them high, If I rate low that may affect my chances for a next interview. 
Nemos
Only 100 students did it ? Hmm so the school is not so good then ..... Exactly this behavior we should expect from a student, it is the way that promotes the thinking. Almost all the discovers that the humanity has done until today it is driven off the feeling to find the news, or in this particular way to find a way... It doesn't have to do if they follow the rules or not, they will as adults ..
zara454
Becoming the CEO
zara454  
8/24/2013 11:48:32 PM
Becoming the CEO
For close to 10 years, I used to work in a software company. Effectively you can say, I was doing the rat race, everytime thinking about technology on how to complete my work efficiently and go back to home, This was my daily routine for close to 10 years. My networking with people was very less. But then i met a person who changed my perception that networking with people is much more important then technology, as it gives your immense ideas of people need which you convert into business and this led to birth of recruitment plug  This has changed my life, I was able to quit my job and work on it full time. Now I can work as per my own comfort jone
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TGen IT: Where We're Going Next

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Now that TGen has broken new ground in genomic research by using Dell's storage, cloud, and high-performance computing solutions, the company discusses what will come next for it and for personalized medicine.
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Better Care Through Better Communications

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The achievements of the TGen/Dell project could improve how all people receive healthcare, because they are creating ways to improve end-to-end communication of medical data.
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TGen IT: Where We Are Now

5|15|12   |   06:58   |   5 comments


TGen is breaking new ground in genomic research by using Dell's storage, cloud, and high-performance computing solutions.
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TGen IT: Where We Were

4|27|12   |   06:45   |   10 comments


The Translational Genomics Research Institute wanted to save lives, but its efforts were hobbled by immense computing challenges related to collecting, processing, sharing, and storing enormous amounts of data.
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1,200% Faster

4|18|12   |   02:27   |   12 comments


Through their partnership, Dell and TGen have increased the speed of TGen’s medical research by 1,200 percent.
On the Case
IT May Improve Children's Chances of Survival

4|17|12   |   02:12   |   8 comments


IT is helping medical researchers reach breakthroughs in a way and pace never seen before.
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Medical Advances in the Cloud

4|10|12   |   1:25   |   5 comments


TGen and Dell are pushing the boundaries of computing, and harnessing the power of the cloud to improve healthcare.
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TGen: Living the Mission

4|9|12   |   2:25   |   3 comments


TGen's CIO puts the organizational mission at the heart of everything the IT staff does.
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TGen Speeding Up Biomedical Research to Save More Lives

4|5|12   |   1:59   |   8 comments


The Translational Genomics Research Institute is revamping its computing to improve speed, storage, and collaboration – and, most importantly, to save lives.
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Computing Power Helping to Save Children's Lives

3|28|12   |   2:13   |   3 comments


The Translational Genomics Institute’s partnership with Dell is enabling them to treat kids with neuroblastoma more quickly and save more lives.
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SPONSORED: Mobile Security — A Use Case

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New mobile security solutions can accommodate a wide array of needs, including those of a complex university environment.
Curtis Franklin Jr.
Pens or Programming?

3|14|13   |   3:13   |   25 comments


Is it time for schools to put pen and paper away for good?
Curtis Franklin Jr.
Many Education Tablets

3|8|13   |   2:35   |   24 comments


Publishers could push schools to support a variety of tablets and readers. Is your IT group ready?
Curtis Franklin Jr.
CIOs Teaching Students

3|7|13   |   2:18   |   17 comments


CIOs in education should be directly involved in teaching students rather than simply acting in a support role.
Sara Peters
Johnny Football: Good or Bad for Online Ed?

2|22|13   |   3:02   |   13 comments


The famous Heisman trophy winner is taking all of his classes online this semester. Is this good or bad for online education?
Curtis Franklin Jr.
Education Flips Into the Community

2|7|13   |   2:58   |   37 comments


"Flipped" classes can bring huge benefits to students, but local business might end up subsidizing the Internet costs.
E2 Editors
Mobility for the Classroom

1|29|13   |   2:35   |   3 comments


The Birdville Independent School District in Texas is working on enhancing wireless capabilities and bringing mobile computing devices out of the computer lab and into the classroom.
E2 Editors
Mobile Education & the Digital Divide

1|22|13   |   2:47   |   6 comments


At the Georgia Institute of Technology, the VP of technology is trying to bridge two digital divides. Faculty and students widely differ in computer literacy, and the school’s many low-income students dearly need mobile learning but can’t all afford mobile devices.
E2 Editors
Tulane’s Network Transformed

1|15|13   |   2:58   |   1 comment


Tulane University’s new network makes registration easier and greatly enhances support for remote researchers.
Mary E. Shacklett
Why So Many CIOs Are Liberal Arts Majors

11|29|11   |   2:22   |   4 comments


Liberal arts training can give CIOs an advantage in holistic business thinking and communications that are good for both the business and IT.
Sara Peters
New E2 Forums: Retail & Education

11|16|11   |   2:15   |   3 comments


With Black Friday and final exams coming soon, E2’s new forums for retail and education CIOs are right on time.
Sara Peters
Webcam Snooping Victim Can Sue Lojack Company

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A judge has cleared a woman to sue the security company that snatched nude photos of her in an effort to track down a suspected laptop thief.
Curtis Franklin Jr.
Dell World Is Coming!

8|4|11   |   2:25   |   5 comments


And the question isn't whether you should be there – it's which hat you should wear.
Ivan Schneider
Khan Academy in the Enterprise

6|22|11   |   3:34   |   4 comments


Encourage your enterprise workforce to stay sharp with math and science through free lessons on Khan Academy, and you may find that it pays off in logical thinking on the job. Plus, Ivan goes off on a tangent (that's a trigonometry joke).
Mary E. Shacklett
Job Interview Tips for IT Grads

6|8|11   |   2:50   |   2 comments


Going into job interviews, many IT graduates think an online resumé, their IT educational credentials, and securing an interview with an employer is all they need, but there’s more to it than that.