Have you heard about the Tesla car and that its breaks can be hacked while you drive? What about the Dyn Cyber Attack that caused a temporary shutdown of big parts of the internet while effecting websites such as Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Airbnb, Reddit, and more? Or what about the leak of voter data in the Philippines where the personal information and fingerprints of about 70 million people were compromised?
Digitization is a complex topic and it is often challenging to understand our politicians and economists when they talk about it. So we’d thought we’d share a short overview about some important terms used in many discussions on TV or in newspapers.
In 2017 the current state of industry is constantly growing and becoming ever more complex, leading to tremendous changes, affecting all industries across the globe and not to forget the increasing demand of new skills needed.
You know many Brands. Nike, Chanel, BMW, Kellogg’s. Just to name a few. What do all these brands have in common? Well, aside from being products, they represent something bigger, they convey an attitude, a personality. The power of a brand is that it communicates something much bigger than a logo, it tells a story about what it stands for. As an example, Nike communicates peak performance, success, commitment and the best.
What do you expect from a typical STEM career? You might be thinking of a programmer, a nerdy person sitting in front of a laptop in a dark room with walls covered with comic posters. But this stereotype is long gone. Today, STEM careers have reached a new level! Some of the coolest jobs require a background in science, technology, engineering and math. And don’t forget that some of the people, who have studied STEM, have build and programmed all…