• Nov 02
    2015
    When I travel by air, I ask for an exit row seat. Of course, the privilege of having extra room for my long legs comes with the responsibility to open the exit door in the event of an emergency. Like most passengers, when the flight attendant asks if I can open the exit door, I always respond “yes” — even though I’ve never actually opened an exit door. Of course, ...
  • Oct 19
    2015
    We invite you to read an interview with Paul Hoffmann, the Director of Certification Programs at Logical Operations. We talked about developing certificates in cybersecurity, getting qualified in the field and Logical Operations’ new exciting project – take a read, it’s worth it! [eForensics Magazine]: Tell us, how difficult is it to develop a certificate these days? [Paul Hoffmann]: With all of the tools available, the process is easier than ...
  • Oct 07
    2015
    The bulk of today's job-related dialogue, thanks to the revolution IT started, happens between people with multiple tasks and deadlines who aren't face to face or even talking on the phone. In our hyper-connected, handheld-device-dominated world, a number of unavoidable truths affecting our personal and work-based relationships have emerged or taken on a new force: One: Whatever we send out electronically lives forever, everywhere. It has an unprecedented ability to ...
  • Oct 06
    2015
    Rochester, N.Y. - Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield's cyberattack has some local customers wondering 'what now?' "I'm very concerned," said Lynda P. Richards. "I didn't realize that I had to because I have an out-of-town provider in Illinois, but they go through Excellus in Rochester first. I just found that out and I'm really glad because I'm going to follow up on all that." Richards is one of 10 million ...
  • Aug 27
    2015
    With tuition costs skyrocketing, is traditional college becoming a thing of the past? Young people are rethinking the traditional view that college is the best routeto career success. Many who are working in information technology without having had a day of college are making substantially more money than their college-educated peers. Some of them were self-educated. Others had attended coding "boot camp" classes that took as little as two months ...
  • Jun 01
    2015
    The following article was featured in the Democrat and Chronicle. To view the article on the Democrat and Chronicle website, click here > Logical Operations started more than 30 years ago as an information technology training firm and went through several ownership changes and names along the way. The Henrietta-based firm develops and publishes instructor-led training courseware. Business workers and government employees are among the customers who participate in the ...
  • Mar 13
    2015
    Longtime provider of certification training materials enters a new side of the industry. New credentials to address gaps in existing IT certification coverage. The way we learn and work has changed more in the past four decades than in all the previous centuries. Today, the development and implementation of creative learning solutions for individuals and organizations is happening almost faster than one can keep up. It’s driven even more so ...
  • Mar 10
    2015
    We were fortunate enought to host the March 2015 RBA Showcase Tour at our Corporate Headquarters in Rochester, NY. The RBA staff, led by CEO Robert Duffy, along with roughly 20 fellow RBA members visited our facility to experience our unique floor plan and state-of-the-art printing facility.