Briarcliffe Blogs


  • Five Things that Can Slow Down Your Computer

    July 31, 2012 Online, General 0 Comments

    No one likes a slow computer. The worst part is the number of possible causes, so how do you diagnose it? Check out these common causes to narrow down the possibilities. Continue...

  • Understanding Medical Imaging Technology

    July 26, 2012 General, Bethpage 0 Comments

    Medical imaging is an important phase in the detection and treatment of a wide host of diseases and conditions. Medical imaging is the process of generating an optical representation of a part of the human body. There are several means for obtaining images. These can be divided into optical and electronic. Continue...

  • Virtual Private Networks and How they are Used

    July 19, 2012 General, Online 0 Comments

    While students usually expect to work in front of an office computer after acquiring a job, this scenario has become much more flexible due to improvements in computer technology. Today, you might be issued a laptop instead of a desktop computer, which changes how, when, and where you can work. Continue...

  • How is Business Administration Different from Business Management?

    July 16, 2012 General 0 Comments

    If you are considering the idea of pursuing a business degree program, it’s important to consider the many available concentrations. While you may not initially think about it, the area you choose to pursue could influence your eventual career opportunities. Continue...

  • Do Online Students Miss Out on Campus Life?

    July 10, 2012 Online, General 0 Comments

    As an online student, you will definitely miss out on many aspects of campus life and living at school. There are positives and negatives to each side, but it is most important for you to do what you feel is best and will allow you to get the most out of your education. Continue...

  • The Elements of a Basic Computer Network

    July 6, 2012 Online, General 0 Comments

    Anyone can benefit from understanding more about networking and computer technology, whether you’re a computer technician or an average office worker. Computer networks are everywhere—where we work, where we eat, where we shop, and where we live. Continue...



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