There are several key technology domains influencing the way organizations operate and function in a digital era.
Business Technology is all about influencing and managing change (transformation), and leading organizations are constantly searching for both experienced veterans and fresh, innovative minds to help them take success to the next level. Our Business Technology Program delivers multiple pathways for technology students to succeed at every level of business and organizational leadership.
From starting your own business to becoming part of a global leader in technology, many of the courses will prepare you to make decisions that change the landscape of administration, operations, sales, marketing/outreach, and efficiency of an organization. The tech industry in particular is about scalability, and each course is designed to address multiple levels of business needs while making it easier to learn more and do more with technology in an organization.
Business Technology Analyst are in high demand and become invaluable resources and assets to organizations of any size. Our program will introduce students to practical hands of lessons that allow you to experience technology in powerful new ways while equipping you with skills that will empower you to help organizations discover and adopt technology solutions that positions them to transform in order to compete successfully in a digital world.
Organizations thrive on efficient and robust databases.The key to database systems is having a core concept that ties every future decision together. Knowing how data works together, along with standard procedures for adding, removing, and innovating information can help any organization manage its data better.
The world of commerce is in a constant state of change, with a balance between legacy brick and mortar storefronts and newer online-only solutions battling for control of the market. Internet and web-based platforms are allowing financial transactions to take place digitally via multiple devices and systems.
Cloud networking refers to hosting or using some or all network resources and services – virtual routers, bandwidth, virtual firewalls, or network management software-from the cloud, whether public, private or hybrid. The network can be either cloud-enabled or entirely cloud-based.Users around the globe need reliable, secure access to the data and applications they use every day, and the distribution of apps and services across clouds and data centers is creating new challenges for IT. Traditional application delivery controllers and load balancing are no longer sufficient for accessing and delivering apps in a hybrid and multi-cloud world.
SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
Understanding social media marketing means more than looking for likes and following surface-level trends. Knowing when to make posts for the greatest possible reach, how to run engaging campaigns, and knowing how to react to social media situations is a mix of social science and technical analysis.
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
Interacting with customers goes far beyond emails and greetings at the register. Now, more than ever, the tech world is innovating the way that businesses and customers work together through data analysis and automated outreach.CRM not only gathers information about customer interactions, but how businesses can use that information to further their brand and research new ways to reach customers.
INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect, collect and exchange data. IoT involves extending Internet connectivity beyond standard devices, such as desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, to any range of traditionally dumb or non-internet-enabled physical devices and everyday objects. Embedded with technology, these devices can communicate and interact over the Internet, and they can be remotely monitored and controlled.