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Digital Skills For The 21st Century

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Digital Skills for the 21st Century is a course focus on the impact of digital technology on today's businesses, the economy, and society. Rapid advances in technologies are creating benefits and efficiencies for those businesses that recognize their advantages and pitfalls, and harness them to its advantages; those who can't are left behind with competitive disadvantages. Today's workforce need to understand these trends, recognize key differences among features and approaches of these technologies, and apply them effectively. Specific topics in this course includes cloud computing, unified communication platforms, cyber security, social media and mobile computing.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Cyber Security

    • Apply data protection against threat in an online environment.
    • Explain the threat and vulnerability in an online environment.
    • Compare common data breach causes and scenarios.

    Cloud Computing

    • Explain software-as-a-service trend in cloud computing.
    • Apply office productivity software in a collaborative environment.
    • Compare common office productivity software in the cloud.

    Unified Communication Platforms

    • Explain the technology infrastructure that supports a unified communication platform.
    • Compare common unified communication platforms.
    • Apply unified communication platforms in a collaborative environment.

    Social Media

    • Explain the use of social media in today’s highly connected enterprises.
    • Compare commonly used social media, and the challenges it post to enterprises and individuals.
    • Apply social media in today’s enterprises.

    Mobile Computing

    • Explain the use of mobile computing in today’s enterprises.
    • Apply data analytics from data collected in mobile devices.
    • Compare the kinds of mobile and wearable computing devices.
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