July 2022 

Summer Fun

Just because summer is a time for fun and games it doesn't mean that you have to lose focus on your career. In this blog post, we advise on how to become a more productive worker, gain new skills, and improve upon your career prospects - all in a fun and enjoyable way. Read the blog>>

How to Keep from Falling Victim to Cybercrime
There are precautions that users can take to help protect themselves, as well as their employers, from falling victim to a cyberattack. In this blog post, we review 8 tips that help offer protection against a range of cybercrimes. Read the blog>>

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This Week in Tech History

Highlighted below are important events, in the history of technology, that occurred during the week of July 25.
July 25, 2010
Wikileaks publishes classified documents about the War in Afghanistan, one of the largest leaks in US military history.
July 26, 1989
Cornell student Robert Tappan Morris becomes the first person indicted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for releasing a worm on the Internet. He claimed his worm was just measuring the Internet's size.

July 27, 1981
Microsoft buys the rights for QDOS (Quick and Dirty Operating System) from Seattle Computer Products for $25,000.
July 28, 2000
Ted Kekatos celebrates the first System Administrator Appreciation Day after being inspired by an HP ad showing people bringing gifts to their System Administrator. The day is celebrated annually on the last Friday of July.
July 29, 1958
President Eisenhower signs the National Aeronautics and Space Act, creating the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

In case you missed them, check out these recent top reads from publications across the industry.

And be sure to connect with PSCI on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to stay in-the-know about the latest trends and resources.


Tech Forum Summer Social

Throughout the year, the Technology Forum of Delaware - a non-profit association dedicated to helping the region's tech companies - hosts multiple networking events.

Last Wednesday, July 20, they hosted their annual Summer Social at the Bellefonte Brewing Company in Wilmington, DE.

PSCI, the beverage sponsor for the event, was represented by HR Director, Patricia Brittingham, and Marketing Manager, Patrick O'Neill (pictured).

It was an excellent evening spent networking with and learning from some of the region's top technology leaders. It was also great to be able to beat the heat and cool off with some cold drinks.

We look forward to the next one!

A Spotlight on Mental Health

PSCI utilizes the services of Creative Benefits to assist with the intricacies of benefits administration. As part of their outreach, they've put forth a Mental Health Campaign to increase mental health awareness and provide mental health education.

This month's topic: Improving the Work-Life Balance
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