NetCom Supports the Tech Startup Community
On March 20, NetCom Learning had the honor and privilege to attend one of the popular TechCrunch Meetups in New York, NY as an exhibitor. The Meetup focused on a variety of emerging startups pitching their products/services to TechCrunch writers and local VCs for a chance to go to one of TechCrunch’s biggest events, Disrupt 2014. Many professionals came from all over New York to network and learn more about ...Read more →
The Future of IT Jobs Lies in Security and Development
For anyone who keeps track of the job market and trends, U.S. News recently released its list of Best Jobs for 2014. Technology continues to be an important factor for many people and the list reflects this as 11 tech-related jobs are part of the top 100, with the top job overall being a software developer. However, there are two jobs that we would like to focus on in this article. One is being an information security analyst and ...Read more →
Close to all time record: 12 Security Patches to protect Microsoft products
In February 2013, Microsoft issued a list of twelve security patches including 57 bugs across Microsoft products like Internet Explorer, Windows, Office, .Net Framework and Exchange Server. This brings it close to the all time record of 64 vulnerabilities identified by Microsoft in April 2011. Five of the updates will be categorized as “critical,” Microsoft’s highest threat rating, while the remainder will be considered “important,” after critical.
A variety of security patches were provided in the February bulletin for Microsoft Windows ...Read more →