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Discover the top five technology trends impacting businesses


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A free seminar called “Learn the Top Five Technology Trends to Impact Business & IT Leaders in the Future” will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Nova Southeastern University Tampa campus, 3632 Queen Palm Drive. It is open to professionals from any industry.

Nova Southeastern University’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences is sponsoring the hour-and-a-half-long event, and associate professor James Parrish is the featured speaker.

Parrish has worked more than 10 years in the information systems field in public and private industries, designing websites, programming, performing systems analysis, managing IT departments and consulting. He is vice president of the South Florida Technology Alliance and was named one of the Miami 2014 Techweek100 top business and technology leaders in South Florida.

In a press release, Parrish said, “In today’s hyper-competitive environment, technology is a major strategic driver for organizations of all types and across all sectors of our economy. Those organizations that are aware of future technological trends are going to be able to proactively decide on how to leverage them in their organization, and more than likely, will leverage them more effectively than those that do it reactively.”

Nova Southeastern University’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences offers five Master of Science, three doctorate and two certificate programs in the computer and information sciences sector. Courses are presented in flexible online, campus-based and combination online and on-campus formats, especially suited for busy professionals.

Although there is no cost for the technology trends presentation, reservations are requested. Reply at nsutampa .eventbrite.com.

Visit nova.edu/scis for more details about Nova Southeastern University and its course offerings.

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