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My Internship at Amazon: Welcome to the Jungle

Amazon has been quite a wild time. Throughout the first month of my internship, I’ve been exposed to many new people, ideas, and technologies. The way of life in Seattle is unlike anything I’ve seen before. Who knew that going on the iSchool’s Experiential Learning trip, Peak2Peak, last summer would be a precursor for the events… Read the full article…


BLISTS Celebrates 25 Years with “A BLISTSful Return”

Over 60 Syracuse University iSchool alumni, students, and friends gathered on Saturday, April 28 to celebrate the founding of BLISTS (Black and Latino Information Science and Technology Support) 25 years ago. A BLISTSful Return was really three events in one: A 25th birthday for BLISTS, an alumni reunion for BLISTS founders, e-Board members, and general… Read the full article…


Inside InfoSec, The iSchool’s Information Security Club

In today’s technologically-based society, we rely heavily on information systems. Its usage is prominent in every industry and field in today’s society. The protection of information is pivotal for everyday functions. Since this information is of high importance, it needs protection and security. This need to learn, defend, and manage this information is what led… Read the full article…




Top 10 InfoSpace Posts of 2017

InfoSpace authors wrote over 100 blog posts in 2017, but some pieces resonate with you, our readers, more than the rest. Visit (or revisit!) our 10 most popular posts of 2017. #10 – Reflections on my Technology Advisory Internship at EY Ever wonder what it is like to be an intern at one of the big four? Read Shanyah’s post… Read the full article…


The KRACK Attack and Lessons for IT Professionals

Earlier this year, wireless geeks celebrated the 20th birthday of Wi-Fi, the mobile networking technology we rely on every day for work and play. Whether you’re connected to Syracuse University’s AirOrange, your home network, or public hotspots, Wi-Fi is a mission-critical service, most of us can’t live without it. Until last week, we all thought… Read the full article…




Master’s in Information Systems degrees: What are the Differences?

Information Management is a big bucket that holds a number of associated degrees. For example, one of them, Information Systems, is the study of complementary networks that people and organizations use to collect, filter, process, create, and distribute data. An MS in Information Systems is distinct from related degrees in Information Management, Information Technology and… Read the full article…