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Can We Cope with the Large Scale Hacking Phenomenon?

Cyber-attacks and hackers are becoming more common in news headlines, including a recent attack on the IRS. What does that mean for our future?

CTU Student 3D Prints Prosthetic Shell for Cleopatra the Rescue Tortoise

Roger Henry, Information Technology student at Colorado Technical University (CTU) in Denver, spent more than 600 hours learning how to design a prosthetic shell attachment for Cleopatra the tortoise.

How to Become an IT Project Manager

Information technology and project management are in-demand career fields. Combined, they may present the ideal career path for you.

How do I become a Web Developer?

Think you might want to become a web developer? Explore the career path and find out what it takes to work in the field, possibly including a degree from CTU.

Insights from David Pogue, Technology Expert

David Pogue, best-selling author, technology expert and upcoming CTU Presents speaker, talks about careers in technology today and what the future holds.

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