By IEEE Computer Society Team
During high school and much of your college years, your parents most likely gave you career advice as you prepared to embark on your professional journey. Surely they would have told you to find a great company, focus on a specialty, and don’t change jobs unless you have another one…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Kathy Land is a former IEEE Computer Society President, with years of practical experience hiring and managing teams developing software and systems products. As a hiring manager, she quickly discovered an employee can be technically skilled, yet unable to communicate the most basic details to clients and fellow team members.…
By Lois Ingram
We often put creative professionals and all kinds under pressure to substantiate their skills and develop a better understanding of the technicalities that support their line of work. However, those in more technical fields, such as web development, are seldom convinced that a lesson in creativity or design could benefit…
By Regina Wheeler
Web development has growth in popularity over the recent years. In fact, C# Corner reported 23 million software developers worldwide as of 2018. With many job openings and promising prospects on the horizon, web development can be the right career for CS students! If you’re an academic wiz still deciding…
By Larry Alton
While working from home, you won’t have to deal with traffic jams during your morning commute, gossip around the water cooler, or colleagues interrupting you with small talk and poorly considered questions throughout the day – but you’re still going to have an abundance of stress. In a traditional office,…
By Matt Shealy
48% of companies claim that they plan to increase the amount of outsourcing they currently do in areas such as IT and Security, according to the 2020/2021 IT Outsourcing Statistics report.
By David Balaban
Nowadays, companies are constantly improving their cybersecurity policies and tools. They build SIEM systems, strengthen network perimeters, study network packets on the fly, and monitor the security posture in real-time. IT security is getting fully automated, the issue of unpatched software is getting resolved
By Alyse Falk
To begin with, let’s dig into the basics of Machine Learning and Deep Learning. ML is a subset of artificial intelligence that serves to provide the machines with the ability to automatically learn and act based on previous experience. Machine learning involves the “implementation” of different algorithms including neural networks that help to solve the problems.
By Matt Shealy
As threats have evolved, so have defenses. In the past, we didn’t have enough insight or data to adequately predict, recognize, and prevent threats. Today, there’s plenty of information available. The hard part is weeding through the data to see the patterns and trends that indicate there may be a security issue looking.
By Stella Evans
Android-powered TV sets were a big game-changer when they were introduced in 2014. It meant that we could do away with the unreliable old-fashioned cable TV connections. However, homeowners soon realized that they also had to do away with their old TV sets to enjoy these Android benefits.
By Gilad David Maayan
Data backups are a critical infrastructure for any organization. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud providers offer compelling advantages for backups, but for enterprises with a large investment in legacy backup systems, migration can be challenging.
By Gilad David Maayan
As the web becomes more visual, images and other rich media have become a major factor in page load time. According to HTTPArchive, in 2020 images made up as much as 50% of average bytes downloaded by web visitors. 
By Larry Alton
There’s been a significant shift in how healthcare data is shared and stored. Many healthcare organizations now used cloud computing in the management of their data. If your healthcare company is thinking about going to the cloud, there are several positive changes, including site security and others we list below.
By Gilad David Maayan
As cloud infrastructure becomes more complex, cloud costs become more opaque and difficult to track. There are many factors that affect cloud costs, and not all of them are obvious in advance. 
By Anna Johansson
Software dominates an industry when it’s in high demand, solves big problems, and gets the job done extremely well.
By Alyse Falk
In this article, we will analyze the AI and Human processors leveraging in one workflow, based on the ML progress.
By Andrej Kovačević
Throughout this decade, jobs pertaining to computer science and research are expected to grow by over 15%. As you determine the best career path for you, there are a few important factors to keep in mind.
By Anna Johansson
Creating dynamic JavaScript projects is satisfying and rewarding. Nothing beats delivering a project that exceeds your client’s expectations for functionality and ‘coolness.’ Web clients have loved JavaScript applications since JS was created.
By Dholakiya Pratik
CRM developer has become one of the highest paying Computer Science jobs, especially in the post-COVID era, where managing customer relationships has turned completely digital. Almost every business, small or large, is adopting it.
By Stella Evans
Cybersecurity career paths can feel quite confusing and unclear, as expected from a relatively new field. The field of cybersecurity, actually, includes many different types of jobs which can reach the hundreds while also involving dozens of different skill sets and specializations.
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