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The Rise of Cyber Security


Code is the New Black 

 I recently started the popular drama/thriller Mr. Robot and found myself fascinated with 1) the complexity of the main character which is probably an ebook worth of material for another time, and 2) the accuracy with how they portray cyber security and hacking tactics. As I make it through most of the first season I began to think about the cyber security industry and the stigma that once followed that is now evolving in the eyes of Hollywood and soon all of America. Once thought of as single men that live with their mom nerds, computer programmers are now some of the hottest villain/hero story lines in Hollywood. Programmers are portrayed as everything from the genius with extreme social anxiety disorder, to the gun-wielding male model Chris Hemsworth plays in Blackhat. This is not so different from real life either. Computer programers and IT specialists really come in all shapes and sizes, colors and genders. The cyber security industry is quickly becoming a diverse and evolving industry that offers so much potential for growth in the future. The cyber security and IT industry as a whole will only play a larger part as we move forward in this digital age. The need for more security specialists is already here and these jobs need to be filled. Hollywood has caught on to all the rage that is cyber security and major employers have now too.
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Weekend Events In Tulsa & OKC  - Feb 5-7, 2016

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Women in Tech

Times, They are a Changin'

Recent data shows the top employment opportunities in the coming year had a not-so-shocking similar trend to the same study that was released the previous year, 2015. The trend; tech is up. Jobs in the tech industry have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. The nerdy, “lives with mom” of a persona that followed computer programmers for years is no longer. Now skilled computer programmers are looked at as intelligent, ahead of the curve thinkers that will lead us into the next phase of restructuring of the economy.

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Events In Tulsa & OKC - January 29-31, 2016

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February 2016 Training Opportunities

After some office and classroom remodeling, we're excited to bring you some great IT training opportunities for you and your team.

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How To Add a Partition In An Analysis Services Tabular Database

Part 1.

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Weekend Events in Tulsa + OKC - Jan 22-24, 2016


Not sure what to do this weekend? We have you covered! Let us know about any upcoming events in Tulsa, Bartlesville, OKC, or anywhere else in Oklahoma!

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How To Make Your Own Teleprompter

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15 Time-Saving Mac Keyboard Shortcuts

Simply preferring a Mac OS says that you're the type that systems that just work. Here are 15 quick Mac keyboard shortcuts to help your Mac experience work in a way that saves time and effort.

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Winter SQL Server Training

Merry SQL Server Training Season!

Twas the months before the holidays and all through OakTree
Was excitement over SQL Server training - not one class, but three.
Even if budgets are snug and purse strings are tied
if these three are all taken, you'll save $1,885.

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