While some people are lucky enough to find a great job right out of college, many recent graduates struggle with starting their careers. Some students complete their four tumultuous years of college and are then thrust into the real world with no idea what to do or where to go—thus, the beauty of an internship.
The month of April brought traveling and busyness for Corus360. Personally, I visited the Leprino Food Summit in Denver, attended our Solution Architects Summit in Atlanta, and ventured to Montreal for the first time when attending the Cisco Summit. All three opportunities provided valuable knowledge and a refocused mindset. Other major Corus360 April events included our Tee Off for Technology and the CoBiz Bash, which we proudly supported as the only IT sponsor.
Technology has reached a scale of pervasiveness that has become practically unavoidable. In our busy lives, we employ technology to improve one of three typical impact areas:
In fact, we are so busy leveraging every technological device available to influence these impact areas, we are often willing to make trade-offs in areas of privacy to achieve those extra few minutes of productive time or quality time each device gives us. The collective of these devices has been classified as the Internet of Things (IoT).
For the past two years, I have had the privilege of being involved with Everybody Wins, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving children’s literacy in low-income schools through shared reading experiences. By participating in the Power Lunch program, volunteers are assigned to read to an elementary school child once per week during his or her lunch break.