Seattle Information Technology Department is the consolidated information technology organization for the City of Seattle. All students enrolled in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional) automatically receive a La Trobe or Industry-sponsored scholarship of A$2000 per year for the first two years of study, on top of the A$20,000 industry scholarship or salary as negotiated with your employer.
After 12 successful years in Peania, AIT continues, as a private non-profit initiative, to act as a beacon of research and education excellence in the fields of information technology, telecommunications, and innovation management, in Greece and beyond!
Scope of the journal includes: strategy, infrastructure, human resources, sourcing system development and implementation, communications, national policies and standards technology developments, technology futures, software engineering, formal methods and business process management.
This would, of course, require a serious cultural change, for the discouragement of girls from IT starts way back in their early school years, when children begin to internalise ideas about what they would like to be when they grow up. Research commissioned by CompTIA last summer found that girls in middle school were only half as likely as boys (23% vs 47%) to have imagined themselves working with computers and information technology.
Although information technology infrastructure has a certain level of inherent resilience, its interdependent and interconnected structure presents challenges as well as opportunities for coordinating public and private sector preparedness and protection activities.