Female CEOs Encourage Early Start for Girls in Science, Technology
10/03/2013Changing the face of science and technology starts with first-graders - in particular, first-grade girls. That was a message imparted Thursday at a fireside chat during the Inspiring Women in Science Technology conference.
Daily Report: Judges Seem Dubious Over F.C.C.'s Open-Internet Rules
9/10/2013In a momentous battle over whether the Web should remain free and open, members of a Federal Appeals Court expressed doubt over a government requirement that Internet service providers treat all traffic equally, Edward Wyatt reports.
DigiGirlz Stresses High-tech Fields
05/07/2013At DigiGirlz Day, held on May 3, 2013, students learned about cyber defense, writing programming for video games, and building robots. The event gave girls an inside-look at what high-tech careers are like. Event photos have been posted.
DigiGirlz Day Explores STEM Careers
5/3/2013Nearly a hundred 8th and 9th grade girls attended DigiGirlz Day on Friday, May 3, to explore future career paths in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
Microsoft Turns Forbes Magazines into WiFi Hot-Spots
4/29/2013In order to promote Office 365, select copies of Forbes magazine are coming with a Wi-Fi router inserted inside.
DigiGirlz Day Coming To Dover
4/16/2013Delaware girls at the 8th and 9th grade levels are invited to spend a fun filled educational day learning about careers in technology and getting an inside glimpse of what it might be like to work in the high tech field.
'Bring Your Own' Devices Pose Challenges for Government
2/22/2013As mobile technology becomes ubiquitous, managers are scrambling to draft "bring your own device" (BYOD) policies, to allow employees to use their personal mobile devices for work. Bill Hickox, Chief Operating Officer for Delaware's Department of Technology and Information (DTI), discusses the aspects and challaneges of DTI's BYOD program.