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IBM names recipients of K-12 cybersecurity grants

by Benjamin Freed • 2 weeks ago

Six school districts around the country will receive $500,000 in services from the computing giant to help defend themselves against threats like ransomware.

Miami Dade College, IBM partner to build tech-focused workforce

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

Miami Dade College will receive $10 million in assets from IBM over the next three years to expand its workforce development and technology programming.

IBM makes $3M donation to Rochester Institute of Technology's cyber range

by Benjamin Freed • 4 months ago

The in-kind gift of software and services will allow RIT to outfit its cyber range with video walls, advanced endpoint detection tools and other high-end features.

IBM plans grant program to help schools fend off ransomware

by Benjamin Freed • 4 months ago

The company plans to give six school districts $500,000 worth of its cybersecurity expertise to improve their defenses against the ongoing threat.

IBM invests $2M in tech training at Harris-Stowe State

by Colin Wood • 5 months ago

A new donation of technical skills and resources is part of a $100 million commitment to HBCUs from the tech giant.

IBM launches 'university edition' coronavirus challenge

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

University students are being invited to develop solutions for the pandemic and climate change as part of IBM's annual “Call for Code” competition.

How NC State is planning for the future of quantum computing

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Through partnership with IBM, administrators say they're training students in a technology that will soon become a valuable skill for employers.

Columbia, IBM launch two blockchain accelerator programs

by Ryan Johnston • 3 years ago

The programs, one for students and the other for companies with products already under development, each have 10 spots up for grabs.

Blockchain is now a senior capstone course in North Carolina community colleges

by Ryan Johnston • 3 years ago

The new course uses IBM's already freely available zero-to-blockchain curriculum, but will be taught by Wake Tech professors.

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