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The IET invites you to create, submit and share original blogs as it increases the availability of information, encourages healthy debate, and helps users to make new contacts. Our content policy plays an important role in maintaining a positive experience for all users. Please ensure you read MyCommunity’s terms of use. In blogging on this platform you accept that MyCommunity moderators have reserved the right to remove any submitted content. You also understand that contributions are to be made in a personal capacity, and do not contain unsolicited promotional material about products, services or business activities; or any other type of ‘spam’.
 

 

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Memorandum: Abstract of Mba; Routes to Security Chartership. [Patel, Rimesh (2013)]. Attached Blog Diagram. Explanation: 4 Hexagons represent any Technology facet such as Storage, Networks, Servers, Devices, Security platform skills. 3 Pentagons represent vendor, client and internal project interactions enhancing ... read more...
Posted by Rimesh Patel on The Cyber Lens Apr 18, 2015 5:39 BST
Well I have all the information for my application, the trouble at the moment is I don't have much time. I work away in the week and see family and friends at the weekends. I am also in the process of moving home. I guess I will have to work on it in my hotel room at night instead of socializing! I know it is worth spending time and effort. If any of you have ... read more...
Posted by Chris Bull on Chris Bull TMIET Apr 18, 2015 11:45 BST
During the NZ Forum committee on Saturday I was thinking about the benefits of volunteering for the IET.  I know, I know, I should have been thinking about the committee business under discussion.  However, I'm afraid I shall have to admit that, on occassion, my mind does wander during a meeting.   Especially when that ... read more...
Posted by Karla Smith on A Volunteer in Godzone (aka New Zealand) Apr 15, 2015 4:09 BST
When the  Volunteer Support Working Party meets what do we do?  We usually have a varied agenda which everyone contributes to.  As chairman I try to ensure that we get through the agenda allowing time for discussion of topics that deserve it.  At our recent meeting we discussed amongst others: Governance for the Future, how we can ... read more...
Posted by Virginia Hodge on Volunteer Viewpoint Apr 9, 2015 10:04 BST
Posted by Virginia Hodge on Volunteer Viewpoint Apr 9, 2015 10:01 BST
A glimpse behind the scenes of a busy CRC meeting. read more...
Posted by Alex Taylor on Crazy about Communities Apr 9, 2015 5:51 BST
A few months ago I researched that transistor scaling can be up or down however always limited to physical surface area. To keep a positive advantage beyond R & D budgets, some companies also look at other players in the same field too gain more market share, so that their new products have an automatic requirement to fulfil.   Some traditional ... read more...
Posted by Rimesh Patel on The Cyber Lens Apr 5, 2015 10:44 BST
One of the key objectives of the IET is to inspire the younger generation to become engineers. We know what an exciting, rewarding and secure career it can be but clearly that message is not always getting through.   As part of our new Engineer a Better World campaign, we conducted research with young people and their parents. We deliberately ... read more...
Posted by William Webb on From the President Apr 1, 2015 7:04 BST
As I indicated in  my last post , this year we have plans to improve  MyCommunity.Your feedb ack has confirmed to us that it has some obvious usability problems, particularly with navigation.   If you want the technical details of the improvements (and as engineers and technicians I’m assuming you do) then this blog post is for ... read more...
Posted by Fiona Dew on MyCommunity Platform News Apr 1, 2015 12:32 BST
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You're quite right Sandra, it definitely isn't the only benefit of volunteering. But it is the best one, and it was no...
Not teh only benefit of volunteering but surely the best!
Fiona, at last! I and a number of others have been making the same observations for the last three years, perhaps more...
I always hated not having any girls in my engineering classes
Concur with points raised by earlier posters. Another factor is location, 'critical mass' locations like London o...
 

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