Today’s most critical systems are tightly interwoven within a digital framework. This approach has dramatically improved efficiency, agility, and scalability ... but it also leaves key players vulnerable.
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As a native of New England, it always seems that the first hint of spring, whatever it may be — a beautiful sunny day with temperatures hovering around 50 degrees, the disappearance of snow mounds in parking lots, the ability to trade wool coats for sweaters or sweatshirts, even, maybe a robin sighting, if we’re lucky — convinces us that spring is right around the corner.
Complete your bachelor’s degree in business with this online Business Studies degree. Designed for students with an associate degree, this two-year program builds upon previous knowledge and expands upon the analytical, organizational, and critical-thinking skills necessary for success in today’s evolving business world.
These days almost everyone has an online presence. Do you know what your social media accounts say about you?
According to CareerBuilder.com, 70 percent of employers use social media to screen employees before hiring. So how do you make sure that they like what they see? Follow these steps.
As an online student, you are often balancing work, family obligations, health and fitness, and your school work every week. Trying to make all of this fit in your schedule can be incredibly stressful, as I discovered during the four years that I was an online doctoral student at Northeastern University. I graduated with my Ed.D. in 2015, but as I reflect back on my online education experience, I am always struck by how stressed I sometimes felt and often wonder how I got through the program successfully.
As you may well know, my nonprofiteers, putting on a black-tie fundraiser requires extensive planning, strategizing, and stewardship. Don’t let the night of the event spoil your mojo! Anything and everything that happens during your event is a reflection, positive or negative, on your organization and on you.
Having worked in nonprofit operations and fundraising for two decades, I have experienced the good, the bad, and the unbelievable.
To ensure a streamlined and successful event, the following pitfalls can easily be avoided:
As someone whose first professional writing assignment was about peanut butter, Annie Shalvey was never really sure where her writing passions would take her. Turns out, her love for words and stories would land her here, at the Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education. As JWU’s online communications coordinator, Annie is able to explore her writing passion through a new lens. Her favorite part of her job, she says, is getting to share online student stories with the rest of the university and beyond.
Apple has disabled its group FaceTime function after a bug was reported that allows a caller to hear audio and, in some cases, see video of the person they are contacting before that person accepts or rejects the call.
News of the bug, first reported Tuesday by 9To5Mac, immediately went viral across social media. Apple then announced it would release software in the near future to address the problem.