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3 Proactive Steps to KISS Cybersecurity Woes Goodbye

How secure is your business from a cyber attack? If your organization is attacked, what will you lose, both in the attack and in the aftermath or recovery?

10 Tips for Those with Leadership Aspirations

Recently, Amy Powell, Director of Operations for Starbucks Coffee Co., led a webinar on operational excellence and efficiency for Colorado Technical University business students.

‘Double Blind’ Lineups Guard Against Mistaken Identity

Truth is the goal in every criminal investigation. In order to prove it, many types of evidence are used, including eyewitnesses.

Global Impact of the Rise of China: Defining Government

The People’s Republic of China is governed by the Chinese Communist Party or CCP. China is a one-party authoritarian state and the CCP is committed to maintaining a permanent monopoly on political power. China today has a collective leadership and major decisions require consensus among the CCP’s senior echelons, unlike North Korea and Cuba whose Communist parties have acted as support structures for the rule of dictators.

How Close is Molecular Computing?

While it may seem like science fiction, modern advances in semiconductor manufacturing meant to support denser integrated circuits, or chips, will soon have us trying to imprint transistors and interconnect of a size less than ten nanometers. According to the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, known throughout the world as the ITRS, this scale will be near the size of individual molecules. This progress raises the question: could molecules be made to serve as transistors and interconnect?

America's Toughest Beat

The United States – a progressive global leader in countless areas – currently imprisons more citizens than any other nation in the world.

Global Impact of the Rise of China: the Twentieth Century

At the dawn of the Twentieth Century, China found itself divided, weak, and subject to the predations of colonial powers.

CTU’s Doctoral Symposia Energize Students, Faculty Alike

Faculty of CTU’s doctoral programs held their symposia in July – one for Doctor of Management (DM) and one for Doctor of Computer Science (DCS) students.

Attack on the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin: A Case of Mistaken Identity?

On August 5, 2012, white supremacist Wade Michael Page carried out an act of domestic terrorism gunning down six Sikh worshipers and injuring several others, including a police officer who responded to the emergency call.

10 New Ways Information Technology is Used in the Olympics

The 2012 Olympic Games in London are an exciting time for Olympic information technology as the best new products are introduced on a world stage. We consulted Dr. Debby Telfer to learn about innovative technology used in this year’s Olympics.

Global Impact of the Rise of China: History of the Land and People

Even as the fourth largest country by surface area after Russia, Canada and the United States, China remains the world’s most populous country with over 1.3 billion inhabitants.

Understand Public Excitement, Concern Behind ACA

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) has passed the litmus test of the U.S. Supreme Court. The act, also known as ACA or, more commonly, Obamacare, has many Americans excited about the availability of health services made possible under the law. Others are understandably uneasy. As is the case with any change, there are positive and negative aspects which should be fully understood as we move forward.

Social Networking as a Therapeutic Device

After years of teaching online with my focus on psychology and sociology, it’s interesting to observe how the way we communicate has changed with the growth of the Internet.