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Sabio software developer program trains women & minorities for careers in tech

Right before the holidays I had the opportunity to watch a cohort of seven adults, six Latinos and one African American, graduate from Los Angeles-based Sabio software developer bootcamp. This 13 week bootcamp program is unique...
by Adriana Maestas
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ITFA Lives to Fight Another Day

As the holiday gift that keeps on giving, the Cromnibus, passed in the final hours of the 113th Congress, once again extended the moratorium on Internet access taxes for another year.  Though a permanent solution has yet to be...
by Kristal High
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Cyber Monday, Black Friday Raise New Data Security Concerns

On the heels of Black Friday, and Cyber Monday well underway, the season of shopping and gifting raises new concerns about data security for consumers and corporations alike. According to the Risk:Value Research Report by NTT C...
by Politic365 Staff
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Trending Toward 2016: The Future of Tech for Communities of Color

Join us on Friday, November 7, 2014 from 4:30-5:30 pm EST for an interactive dialogue about what the future of tech holds in store for people of color under a Republican-led Congress. The event will be livestreamed via Google H...
by Kristal High
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Time to Spread Some Holiday Cheer with PIN and CHIP Technology

Leaves are turning, fall is in full swing, and we just set our clocks back for Daylight Savings Time. It’s that time of year again – holiday shopping time! With Christmas decorations hitting retail stores before Halloween t...
by Kristal High
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Wage gap exists for minorities in high tech fields

A recent report from the American Institute for Economic Research shows that in high technology fields Latinos, Asians, and blacks are not receiving equal pay for equal work. According to a report from USA Today: “That...
by Adriana Maestas
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Blood Donation App Makes it Easier for African Americans to be Donors

Less than 1 percent of blood donations are from African Americans. Though compatibility is not based on race, genetically similar blood is best for patients who need repeated or large volumes of blood transfusions, or those who...
by Politic365 Staff
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Three years ago, AT&T first launched its “It Can Wait” campaign, and has since become the leader in the no texting while driving movement.  With continued investment and active partnering with celebrities and other saf...
by Politic365 Staff
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