April 23, 2020
Career Services Series (Part 2): Guidance for College Students Seeking Employment During COVID-19
Last week in Part 1 of the Career Services Series: Guidance for College Students Seeking Employment During COVID-19, I discussed the importance of a good resume by taking an assessment of yourself, your skills and accomplishments to look for ways to make you stand out in a crowd of applicants. Part 2 will discuss how to conduct the job search process virtually, in light of the COVID-19 limitations.
April 22, 2020
Ready? Tech. GO!: Tech versus COVID-19
A common enemy. It’s one of the most uniting forces throughout history, and when it comes to COVID-19, it seems that all of humanity has recently found an enemy in common. The coronavirus is a tricky combatant: invisible, widespread, and, as of yet, incurable. How is the world fighting back against these odds? With technology.
April 22, 2020
Robotics in construction: How the construction industry is adopting technology
The construction industry has been slow to onboard automated solutions. However, this has changed in recent years as the construction industry has come to recognize the value of integrating technology, especially robotics in construction.
April 21, 2020
Earth Day 2020
Global. It’s a word we used to use to mean worldwide, but as the coronavirus continues to spread, “Global” has taken on a new connotation. Global doesn’t just refer to our planet as a scientific body. We’re actively being forced to admit that global events aren’t a distant concept seemingly too broad to affect us. Global in the age of COVID-19 means everywhere and, more importantly, everyone.
April 17, 2020
Cyber Focus: The Man-in-the-Email, or Business Email Compromise
Thank goodness for the internet. The COVID-19 pandemic is like nothing we’ve seen in recent history, but there is one major difference between us and our medieval ancestors: internet access. Even though the best thing we can do right now is to practice safe social distancing and stay at home, thanks to the internet we don’t have to be alone.
April 15, 2020
The Tech Powered Fight Against Distracted Driving
We’ve all been there. You’re running late, your phone is buzzing away, your hair looks like a bird just finished using it as a nest and you’ve gotta hit the road or the person you’re going to see is gonna absolutely kill you. While it might be tempting to answer those texts while you’re driving, it can wait.
April 16, 2020
Cyber Threats Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
As is often the case during any sort of disaster or emergency, cybersecurity often takes a backseat in the minds of both people and organizations. For many people, this pandemic brings an existential threat on top of possibly facing financial hardship. With COVID-19 dominating the news cycle, cyber threat actors are taking full advantage of the situation by perpetrating scams and phishing attacks which largely depend on the target’s sense of fear and urgency.
April 14, 2020
Career Services Series (Part 1): Guidance for College Students Seeking Employment During COVID-19
You may be uncertain about your job search and how it has been impacted by COVID-19, but you don’t need to worry. Despite the increase in the unemployment rate, social distancing requirements, and restriction on travel, the job market for Capitol Technology University students and graduates is still lucrative.