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Organizations among our followers, here is how and why IBM bring cyber security skills into the classroom.

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In this momentum, we can observe that, lack of cyber security skills is billed as a major inhibitor to adoption of emerging technologies like cloud, mobile, cognitive and social networks. Connectikpeople has observed that, as part of IBM's Academic Initiative, this company is launching new curriculum and programs focusing on cyber security with Fordham University, Georgia Institute of Technology, San Jose State University, Southern Methodist University, Technische Universität Darmstadt in Germany, Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore, Universidad Cenfotec in Costa Rica, Universiti Kebangsaan in Malaysia, The University of South Carolina, University of Texas at Dallas, and Wroclaw University of Economics in Poland. The goal here is to help facilitate collaboration with educators around the globe to teach students cyber security skills needed to be competitive in a rapidly changing

Pourquoi Kerawa.com ne décolle pas depuis près de 3 ans déjà : et si la réponse était celle-ci.

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Le segment des sites de petites annonces sur internet s’effrite largement depuis l’arrivée des sites de promotions dynamiques comme Groupon, l’expansion internationale des géants d’e-commerce (Amazon, e-Bay, Jumia…) et les comparateurs de prix spécialisés. C’est donc un segment en déclin qui souffre de crédibilité. En effet la gratuité des publications des annonces entraine d’énormes dérives. Beaucoup de malintentionnés utilisent ces sites pour organiser les arnaques et escroqueries, ce qui au fil des années décrédibilise ce modèle économique. En Afrique, beaucoup d’entrepreneurs d’internet en mal d’inspiration se lance encore ou développe

Startups fundings: Kidaptive, TinyCo and BrightTag can now accelerate development of new feature and their international expansion.

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As usual, Connectikpeople recalls that, fundraising is often needed to scale the company and generate exponential growth. In this case, Kidaptive( founded in 2012, Palo Alto-based educational app maker ), has raised $10.1 million in a Series B round led by Formation 8 with participation from A round lead Menlo Ventures, Stanford's StartX Fund, NewSchools