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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

How cloud computing is changing cybersecurity

how cloud computing is changing cybersecurity
As more businesses move toward cloud computing the requirements surrounding securing data are changing, creating the expectation for cybersecurity experts to be well-versed in cloud-specific security strategies.

A New Doctoral Year Begins

Doctoral Orientation
The start of any new Doctoral year always brings excitement for the faculty and students. The range of doctorates has grown significantly and we are committed to having STEM doctorates comparable to the best internationally.

13 Cool Things About Our CubeSat

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Our Capitol students built a CubeSat, called "Cactus-1". Let's look at some of the new or cutting edge tech our students pioneered or pushed advances on.

Software programs and apps used in construction management

software program and apps in construction management
Construction management is impacted by new technology, changing not only how buildings are built but also how building projects are managed. Here is a sample of software programs and apps used in construction management.

Interview with Dr. Chuck Easttom, Director, Quantum Computing and Cryptography Research Lab

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Capitol professor, Dr. Chuck Easttom, shares all – from the latest trends in quantum computing to his advice for undergraduate students – and gives a sneak peek of his new lab and book, both coming online this fall.

Organizational cybersecurity threats - external vs internal

organizational cybersecurity risks, internal vs external
Which poses a bigger threat – internal or external cybersecurity risks? The answer is determined by the nature of the company, its employees, and what preventative methods have already been put into place.

Cyber Analytics Careers in Government

cyber analytics careers in government
With more frequent cybersecurity breaches, it is vital that an entity like the government keep their data secure. Cybersecurity careers are needed in federal, as well as state and local governments, where more services are offered.

How Mechatronics Engineering is Advancing Agriculture

how mechatronics engineering is advancing agriculture
The advent of mechatronics engineering has greatly advanced agriculture by reducing the use of resources and providing customized treatments of crops, resulting in benefits to the farmer, consumer, and the environment.

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