IT Trends :: Thursday, March 16, 2006


Google Picks ASU for Engineering IT Support Shop

Google will open an office for engineering and IT support at Arizona State University. The search engine giant chose Tempe because of the city's Wi-Fi developments and the ASU campus because of the school's commitment to engineering excellence. (Information Week)
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Troy University Scores Microsoft Award

Microsoft awards its computing curriculum award of $50,000 each to 14 universities worldwide. Troy University was one of the institutions that won this prestigious award. It will use prize money to build cyber-security lab where computer science majors learn to develop secure and reliable information technology systems. (TMCnet)
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