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For many years, and by many years we're talking about nearly a century, being productive at work meant being physically present in the workplace for 40 hours or more each week. In previous years, the more hours spent at their place of employment, the more productive people appeared to be, but does working longer hours equate to productivity, or does it simply lead to burnout and resentment?

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Gamification strategy provides a fascinating educational journey for higher ed students. It offers an innovative approach to teaching and learning the curriculum in a more engaging, interactive, and fun way, enabling learners to virtually and visually experience new course material.

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If you are old enough, you may remember a time when the pharmacy was a small local shop that had limited hours of operation and very few employees. It was fairly common to know the pharmacist by name, and you may have had small conversations long enough to know his favorite sports teams, his children's names, and when he planned to take his next vacation. 

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When writing SQL queries, there is almost always more than one way to write the query to get the intended result. However, there are best practices that help with speed and efficiency. While there are many tips for writing SQL for Oracle, here is a short list of seven tips to help ensure a faster execution plan. 

  1.  Improve your queries. Rather than writing complex SQL statements that perform multiple tasks, write a separate statement for each individual task. 

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Higher ed is an adventure-filled theme park for cyber attackers, and here's why. Colleges and universities do not allocate the necessary funds to properly protecting their institutions from cyber threats. Also, while new cyber threats are surfacing, students and staff who have no knowledge of cybersecurity are connecting using unsecured networks, making them easy targets for skilled attackers.