There Is Another Flaw In Computer Processor Chips
jun 30, 2020
Cnet reported in early March of this year that a flaw had been discovered in the ROM (Read-Only Memory) of many of Intel’s processor chips. The issue was announced in May of 2019 but updated in March. Many users have asked me how a processor could have errors in its functions. Processors have had errors […]
Impact of the Pandemic
jun 24, 2020
Instructor Robert Annis continues this blog series by discussing the psychological impact of people from the pandemic. The greatest impact of coronavirus may well be seen as the impact on the economy in the form of a recession, but it would be a mistake to only focus on the obvious. There will be many impacts […]
What is an “Evil Maid” Attack and Why Should You Care?
jun 18, 2020
Have you ever seen a movie or TV show where a good guy or a bad guy enters an office or hotel room, sticks a USB drive into a computer, and very quickly extracts all the information from the computer? Believe it or not, that kind of attack has a name: it is an “evil […]
Remote Work is the Future — but What will that Future Look Like?
jun 11, 2020
Since March 2020 the United Kingdom and majority of the world have found themselves forced into reduced human contact and work stoppages due to the Coronavirus lockdown. This crisis has caused changes in multiple ways, some visible and expected, but others will affect our populations and workplaces for a long time, perhaps permanently. Learning Tree […]
First Tips For Moving To Online Learning
maj 14, 2020
When I first started teaching online participants a decade ago, I discovered something I had not experienced as a participant: some people prefer to communicate via text and some prefer to communicate via voice. In the past when I had taken online courses there was either voice or text chat, but seldom both. Having both […]