Updated curriculum will prepare students for a more complex network.
Weekly Roundups
Mexican universities need to update their IT programs to prepare alums for an increasingly complex network. This and more in this week’s roundup!
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By 2040, the university is hoping to have 80 percent of its energy from renewable sources.
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Carlos Hernández
Director General
Mexico BigData
The public sector reinvents itself every six years, which makes things harder. Our company has built databases keeping consistency over time.
Miguel Ángel Celis
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Miguel Ángel Celis
The National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery Manuel Velasco Suárez (INNN) is a national health institute managed by the Ministry of Health.…
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Germán Fajardo
the UNAM School of Health Sciences
UNAM is the largest and most important public university in Mexico and Latin America.
Tomás Barrientos
Director of the School of Health Sciences
Anáhuac University
“We want SMEs to act as providers of services that are indispensable to the National Health System "
Aldo López
Aldo López
The Mexican Association of Logistic Operations (AOLM)
The association’s main goal, however, is always to represent 3PL operators in Mexico.
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