Another Breach of Data Stored In The Cloud. Please stop.
I have a love-hate relationship with ”the cloud”. I love how easy it is to create services, easily access software and data, and I love the easy sharing of data. But I seriously hate how easy it is to unintentionally expose data that should remain confidential. In April of this year, the Telegraph reported on […]
Seven Common Misconceptions about Agile Project Management
Agile project management is a powerful approach to managing projects. It can help produce quality products in a quick, efficient manner. However persuading people to be “agile” usually involves overcoming a number of common misconceptions. “We don’t need to plan on agile projects.” Yes you do! Coordinating work so that it can finish within short […]
#AnyWareIRL — Happy 10th Anniversary, AnyWare!
July 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of Learning Tree’s online course attendance platform, AnyWare! To celebrate, we’re sharing with you stories and insights from our AnyWare Support Staff. Caren Grove, Technical Delivery Operations Manager for North America I have not only taken classes (both in class and remote with Learning Tree) but also supported attendees […]
Using Tensorflow with R
When examining the available selection of machine learning environments, even the most ardent R user may suffer some pangs of Python envy. Most machine learning environments, such as Google’s Tensorflow, are programmed in C++ for maximum performance and maximum utilization of hardware resources such as GPUs (graphics processing units). The Tensorflow API, however, is designed […]
Physical Security is Still Important, Maybe it is More So Than Ever Before
I taught Learning Tree’s Cyber Security Introduction from my office studio recently. The course participants had one thing in common with every other group to which I’ve delivered that class: they really weren’t interested in physical security. I tried to change their minds. Along with the usual activity where a Windows device is booted from […]