Corporate Philanthropy 2017: Vector Solutions

Vector Solutions, Big category winner (51-150 employees) 

Top local executive: Jeff Gordon, CEO

No. of employees: 118

No. of volunteers: 100

What is your corporate philanthropic mission statement?

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Macrolearning To Microlearning And Ways To Transform Your Course Library

This article is simply about the complex process of moving from macrolearning to microlearning and updating your courses for mobile learning.

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Bullying Has Turned Into CyberBullying, But Please Do Not Blame Technology. It Is Still Very Much A Human Problem.

Bullying Has Turned Into CyberBullying, But Please Do Not Blame Technology. It Is Still Very Much A Human Problem.

Maybe a few years from now I will rewrite this piece, and I will reach a different conclusion; who knows, if technology keeps moving at this pace, in a relatively short amount of time Artificial Intelligence Entities will be advanced enough to be indistinguishable from humans. Bots will write like people (hopefully better), be able to have a conversation with humans and nobody will be able to tell the difference.  They will think, dream, have feelings, and – hopefully not – they will also behave just like regular people.

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The top 4 cybersecurity certificates every IT staffer should have

Assuredly, it is a very positive development that more companies are looking to boost the security expertise of their in-house IT teams. This is being manifested by flow of IT professionals seeking out and participating in security-related certificate programs.

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Tampa Bay businesses are getting in the spirit of Halloween

TBBJ’s annual workplace Halloween gallery 2017

It’s that time of year again! How is your workplace celebrating Halloween?

The Tampa Bay Business Journal loves to see and share your festive Halloween costumes and decorations from your workplace.

We will be adding pictures and updating the galleries through Oct. 31. Send your submissions to Jo-Lynn Brown at jbrown@bizjournals.com.

Be sure to check back, as the submission rate is so high for this, we change out pictures so we can show off as many spooky submissions as possible.

Thank you to everyone who has sent in pictures!

Read the full story here.

Naval veteran Marc Scheipe joins Vector Solutions

Vector Solutions, a leader in e-learning and performance support, is proud to announce naval veteran Marc Scheipe will lead its public sector business unit and TargetSolutions brand. He brings more than 20 years’ experience strengthening software services and will focus on expanding TargetSolutions’ industry-leading training management applications for public entities.

Read the full story in Tampa Bay edition here and San Diego edition here.

Pasco firefighters help create virtual reality training video

Pasco County Fire Rescue is helping to create a new training method using virtual reality.

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Thought Leaders in Online Education: Victoria Zambito, SVP of Content and Communications at Vector Solutions

Thought Leaders in Online Education: Victoria Zambito, SVP of Content and Communications at Vector Solutions 

Attention deficit disorder of our online universe has some direct impact on online learning. Read on for more.

Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to the company Vector Solutions.

Victoria Zambito: I’m the Senior Vice President of Content and Communications at Vector Solutions. Vector Solutions provides online education and performance solution to the heroes and thought leaders who design and build our world. We are focused on three niche verticals.

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4 Ways To Breathe New Life Into Your Safety And Compliance Training

How To Breathe New Life Into Your Safety And Compliance Training

Refreshing course content and adding new learning tools are some of the simplest ways to increase interest and satisfaction in your company’s corporate training program.

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LI companies focus on weak link in cybersecurity: Employees

LI companies focus on weak link in cybersecurity: Employees

By: Ken Schachterees

Cybersecurity experts and companies on Long Island are looking for ways to shore up the weakest link on company computer networks: the employee.

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