Tip of the Week: 12 Security Rules Every PC User Should Follow
For this week's tip we present you with 12 network security practices that work to maintain your organization's security.
Galesburg Amtrak Train Station Renewal
Legat Architects designed an expansion and upgrades to the Amtrak train station in Galesburg, Illinois.
What the New Urban Agenda means for architects
A new initiative from AIA's Strategic Council encourages small- and medium-scale communities to embrace the aims of the New Urban Agenda.
How to Convince Passive Job Candidates to Switch Jobs
What are four benefits to offer job candidates who aren’t searching for a job but will listen?
The Thrasher Group, Inc. Job Opening
The selected candidate will become part of a team that provides design and consulting services to both public and private clientele. Applicant must have knowledge of civil engineering design practices
Why KRACK could hit your smart home's Wi-Fi the hardest
Wi-Fi connected devices and appliances are ideal targets for hackers, thanks to the KRACK exploit.
ADA Related Lawsuits: What to Know
Collins Collins Muir + Steward LLP Are you looking for a program to meet the California Architects Board ADA course requirement? AIAOC is offering you an opportunity to earn 1.0 qualifying hour for license renewal also qualifies for 1.0 AIA HSW Credit The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) creates multiple triggers for lawsuits against Architects and owners. Knowing the triggers and scope of such lawsuits may aid Architects in avoiding such suits and advising their clients to do the same. Attendees will review a broad range of ADA-related suits and discuss what to do if you or a client get involved or sued Presenter $30 Non-Members Joshua A. Cohen, Esq., has been with the law firm…
Hackers have found a way to get into nearly every computer
The most secure software was shown to be vulnerable.
Best advice for aspiring architects
What's the best advice you received as an architect? AIA Architects pay it forward and share theirs.