Computer Information Technology in Perspective
Walden University Offers New Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems Degree Program (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)
Walden University is expanding their degree program offerings to the fast growing field of information technology. The new BS degree will be offered alongside the current programs in business administration, psychology, and child development.
Audit finds problems with MoDOT computer security (Jefferson City News Tribune)
A state audit released Monday identified several problems with the computer system security of the Missouri Department of Transportation. Auditors warned that MoDOT's computer system is ?susceptible to threats and vulnerabilities including unauthorized use and disclosure of data.?
SpruceWare.NET Integrates Solutions by Computer Enfinity Rental Software (BuildingOnline)
LATHAM, NY and SPRINGFIELD, MA -- Spruce Computer Systems and Solutions by Computer have partnered to integrate the Enfinity� rental application with the SpruceWare.NET business and information management system.
New FW company offers computer service (WANE-TV Fort Wayne)
New Company Offers Computer Repair, Installation and Custom-Built Desktop Systems FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) -- A local entrepreneur has formed a new company to focus on repairing and installing personal
IT business offers free computer help (Edwardsville Intelligencer)
Edwardsville?s IT business Datajacks is offering free computer help.
Yahoo releases location-information product Fire Eagle (San Francisco Business Times)
Yahoo Inc. released Fire Eagle, software that lets people control what information about their location is released via their mobile device or other computer. (YHOO)
Computer/Telekommunikation, Unternehmen/Finanzen (pressetext.at)
Brocade(R) (Nasdaq: BRCD), the leader in data center networking solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information, today reported financial results for its third fiscal quarter, which ended July 26, 2008.
Yale Professor wins Godel Prize for showing how computer algorithms solve problems (PhysOrg)
Daniel A. Spielman, professor of applied mathematics and computer science at Yale, has been awarded the prestigious G�del Prize for developing a technique, known as Smoothed Analysis, that helps predict the success of problem-solving with real data and computers. He shared the prize with Shang-Hua Teng, professor of computer science at Boston University.
Computer stolen from Revere City Hall (The Daily Item)
REVERE - A Revere City Hall official says no confidential information was compromised when a computer was reported stolen from City Hall last Thursday.
Audit finds problems with MoDOT computer security (Park Hills Daily Journal)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) ? A state audit released Monday identified several problems with the computer system security of the Missouri Department of Transportation.