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DoD Leaders Encourage Women Seeking Information Technology Careers

Two senior Defense Department officials shared their paths to success with other women aspiring to succeed in the information technology field during a Women in the Department of Defense Luncheon hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.

SOP newswire3DoD Leaders Encourage Women Seeking Information Technology Careers - Two senior Defense Department officials shared their paths to success with other women aspiring to succeed in the information technology field during a Women in the Department of Defense Luncheon hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.
SOP newswire3DoD Officials Highlight Role of Cloud Infrastructure in Supporting Warfighters - The Defense Department is seeking an enterprisewide cloud infrastructure to ensure warfighters have access to real-time, mission-critical data, DoD officials said March 7 at an industry day for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure Cloud acquisition.
SOP newswire3UN Marks Safer Internet Day - Every half a second, every day, a child goes online for the first time - tapping into all the great opportunities the Internet has to offer, but facing grave risks, the United Nations Childrens Fund said Tuesday, calling for urgent action to protect them from sexual exploitation, cyberbullying and the misuse of their private information.
SOP newswire3DoD Studying Implications of Wearable Devices Giving Too Much Info - Defense Department officials are studying security issues raised by physical conditioning trackers that also can be used to track service members whereabouts, a Pentagon spokesman told reporters today.
SOP newswire3UN: Make Digital World Safer for Children - Governments and the private sector have not kept up with the game-changing pace of digital technologies, exposing children to new risks and harms - both on and offline - and leaving millions of the most disadvantaged behind, the United Nations Childrens Fund said Monday in a new report.
SOP newswire3America in Danger of Losing Lead in AI - Artificial intelligence is the new frontier, and the Defense Department must invest in this breakthrough or be in danger of not being competitive in the future, said Eric Schmidt, the chairman of the Defense Innovation Board, during a discussion at the Center for a New American Security today.
SOP newswire3UN Promotes Online Literacy in Digital World - New technologies open opportunities to improve lives and connect globally, but they can also marginalize those who are illiterate and lack other essential skills needed to navigate them, a senior United Nations official today said, highlighting that some 750 million adults worldwide are not literate.
SOP newswire3Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis visits Google Headquarters - Today Secretary Jim Mattis visited Google headquarters and met with leadership to discuss innovative new technologies and methods to best leverage advancements in artificial intelligence, cloud computing and cyber-security for the Department of Defense.
SOP newswire2State of Maryland Selects BIDS - The recent announcement that the state of Maryland has selected BIDS to run their Budget and Management system caps off a highly successful year for BIDS software and Performa USA.
SOP newswire3Ash Carter Visits Silicon Valley to 'Build Bridges' With Tech Community - The Defense Department needs to be flexible and more "user-friendly" to attract the very best in the highly competitive tech community, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said today in San Francisco.
SOP newswire3DARPA: Autonomous Bug-Hunting Bots Will Lead to Improved Cybersecurity - This week, seven teams whose cyber reasoning bots played in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency`s Cyber Grand Challenge proved that machines by themselves could find and fix software safety problems in a simplified version of the code used everywhere, every day.
SOP newswire2Windows 10 Productivity Guide - Live At Last! - You will find that the paperback version is at least as cheap as many of the best selling Windows 10 tech books at Amazon.
SOP newswire3Ash Carter: DoD, Private-Sector Tech Innovation Keep U.S. Ahead - The Defense Department`s mission to provide U.S. security and being up-to-date with technology-industry innovation enables the great innovative engine of America, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said yesterday at the RSA Conference in San Francisco.
SOP newswire3Ash Carter Seeks Increased Ties with West Coast Tech Community - Defense Secretary Ash Carter said today he is traveling to the West Coast as part of efforts to strengthen ties with the tech community, expand thinking and strengthen the department against future threats.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza interviews Ian Balina, CEO and Founder of Peer Hustle - Judyth Piazza interviews Ian Balina, CEO and Founder of Peer Hustle on The American Perspective Radio Program.
SOP newswire2Online Trust: A Major Issue in Digital Age - Very often people are inclined to lie about their online profiles. You should just be on the lookout for such posters.
Keith JohnsonFive Reasons to Choose Google over Microsoft - Google Docs is designed for integrated data use. Google Docs is designed to help you bring in documents from MS Office and from there you can work with information easily
Richard SmithSmart Lighting: A Concept Loaded with Tech Makeovers and LEDs - Until recently, Light bulbs never garnered so much of attention and were considered to be mere complementary gadgets.
Krzys WasilewskiInternet Addiction - when reset button is not enough - enough is enough - Some claim it is the worst plague of the 21st century. Some say it does more harm than heavy drinking or smoking. Still others argue there is no problem at all.
SOP newswire3DoD, IT Industry Program Achieves Mutual Benefits - A collaborative learning venture between the Defense Department and private-sector information technology companies features the exchange of IT personnel and the corresponding benefits of their knowledge, experience and skills for up to a year.
SOP newswire3Many Robots Excel on First Day of DARPA Finals - On the first day of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency`s Robotic Challenge Finals here yesterday, one human-robot team had a perfect score and many others got high scores on what event organizers determined to be the hardest course any robot has ever tackled.
SOP newswire3FAA Steps Up Awareness Effort on Drone Restrictions - The Transportation Department`s Federal Aviation Administration announced a public outreach campaign yesterday for the national capital region to reinforce the message that the District of Columbia and cities and towns within a 15-mile radius of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport are a No Drone Zone.
SOP newswire3Ash Carter`s Silicon Valley Trip to Boost DoD Innovation - Defense Secretary Ash Carter heads to Silicon Valley this afternoon to announce new initiatives, including a new cyber strategy, and to learn from experts who run some of the highest-tech companies in one of the nation`s innovation hotspots.
Keith JohnsonGoogle Flight Search - It is very easy to get flight-related information from within Google Search.
Keith JohnsonHow Defrag Works - The program scans the disk to assess all major data and file sectors and clusters. Usually, this is spread-about all across the disk.
Keith JohnsonGoogle Chrome Address Bar Beats Firefox - Google Chrome beats Mozilla Firefox when it comes to the true versatility of the address bar.
Keith JohnsonTop 12 Internet Safety Tips from Google - Google.com now has a new Portal Greeting section - presented when you visit the Portal for your regular gmail or other profile check-in
Keith JohnsonAdvanced System Care (ASC) Rocks! - For the past six years, I have been using a program called Advanced System Care by a software company called iObit to safeguard my computer
Keith JohnsonSetting Up Google Alerts - Happy New Year 2015! I wish you all a great year ahead. To start off the New Year on a positive note, let us learn how to set up a simple Google Alert.
Ron G AnselmBody Cameras to Deter Excessive Force used by Police and the General Public? - In my opinion, Police wearing body cameras is a good idea especially with the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and New York.
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