The university is planning to launch a new schedule builder that allows students to create their own schedules and share them with others.In a blog post, MSU's Scheduling and Scheduling Manager, John P. Clark, wrote that "students will be able to create schedules and upload them to our website, create a schedule for themselves or an entire team."The schedule builder will also allow students to pos...
At least one of the world’s leading computer makers has announced it is stepping down from President Donald Trump’s cabinet in a bid to focus on domestic issues.
The British Computer and Communications Industry Association (BCCI) announced on Wednesday that it will resign from the White House, leaving the administration without a full-time chief information officer.
Trump nominated Stephen Bannon, a longtime Trump supporter, to replace Steve Bannon as chief information office, but it’s unclear whether Bannon would continue his role.
Bannon is the founder of the alt-right website Breitbart News and an influential figure in the alt right movement.
The BCCI has traditionally been a pro-business lobby, but its departure comes as the industry has been grappling with a sharp decline in the number of computer companies operating in the US.