Students and Faculty of the Department of Information Technology, St. Xavier’s College – (Autonomous), Mumbai, attended a ‘Workshop on Internet of Things and Cybersecurity’ conducted by Rocheston Accreditation Institute, New York, on February 11, 2019. During the two-hour workshop, participants derived key insights into internet safety, data protection and online privacy in an increasingly connected world. View Photos
Pearson VUE, the global leader in computer-based testing (CBT), has entered into an agreement with Rocheston to deliver its Professional Certification exams at highly secure test centres around the world.
The new multi-year partnership means that the four exams – Certified Chief Innovation Officer (CCIO), Rocheston Certified IoT Engineer (RCIE), Certified Big Data Analyst (CBDA) and Certified Master of Business Leadership (CMBL) – will be delivered via Pearson VUE’s network of more than 5,000 test centres in 180 countries worldwide.
Divyalok Sharma, senior director – client relations at Pearson VUE,
said: “I am delighted that this new agreement will enrich the lives and
careers of IT specialists around the world as we increase access to
Vasanth Davis, vice president – accreditation at Rocheston, said: “Through our new partnership with Pearson VUE, we can expand our global exam delivery model and offer our exam candidates the convenience of local, on-demand testing.”
Rocheston has developed a cutting-edge, hands-on, two-day workshop for students and corporate employees that offers them an insight into the rapidly changing world around them. The two-day workshop gives students a global perspective on current Innovation and technology trends and it teaches them to question the existing methodology.
Over the past few decades, so much information has been digitized and shared through communication networks that we can give ourselves the credit of being masterminds of “Cyberspace” – invisible to human eye, limitless in proportion and ever expanding in its dimensions. Quick at heels also has been the efforts in our economic, commercial and social world to sync with attributes of cyberspace - banking, trading, networking, and communications and so on. Are we equipped enough to manage and control this monster-in-the-making?Read more
Students of the School of High Technology & Innovative Engineering of Western Caspian University, Baku, Azerbaijan, were excited to attend a Session on Technology Innovation presented by Rocheston Accreditation Institute, New York.
Coordinated by Professor Dr. Natiq Pasha, Dean of the School of High Technology & Innovative Engineering alongside Professor Dr. Ms. Ayten Gara Yusifoya, Head of the Genetics & Microbiology Lab, the students participated in the hourlong Session. The Session highlighted the role of Innovation in Technology such as Future of Computing, Disruptive Technologies, Design Thinking, Customer Engagement and the Digital Economy. View Photos
Students of the School of Economics and Management of Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan, attended a Session on Innovation & Leadership Strategy presented by Rocheston Accreditation Institute, New York.
Coordinated by Professor Dr. Bahadir Baysal of the School of Economics and Management and under the aegis of Professor Dr.Jeyhun Mammadov, Dean, School of Economics and Management, the students participated in the Session. The Session highlighted the role of Innovation in Technology and Management in spheres of Business, Commerce, Customer Engagement and the Digital Economy. View Photos
Students of the Department of Management Studies at Anna University, Chennai, participated in a Session on Innovation & Leadership Strategy presented by Rocheston Accreditation Institute, New York. Coordinated by Professor Dr. Ms.Hansa L. Manohar of the Department, the students listened to Innovation Engineer Aditya Nair. The Session highlighted the role of Innovation in Technology and Management every sphere of Engineering, Design and Customer Engagement.View Photos
Successful IoT projects require proper orchestration of new business
systems to reflect the needs of the business - both short and long term.
"Professionals need to understand the device lifecycle and extended
requirements to ensure future-proofing any IoT investment as device
lifecycles can span five to 10 years in certain markets,"
Rocheston takes part in Magnovite Season 7 Tech Fest of Christ deemed to be University, Faculty of Engineering, Kengeri Campus on Thursday, 1st March 2018 with an inauguration and keynote. View Photos