This week, InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin looks back at the week in tech, including new information on computer science degrees and the enterprise impact of Apple's latest.NEW YORK, Sept. 18, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — When it comes to getting that computer science degree, is the one you are working toward the best for the current marketplace?
To find out, InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin is interviewing Susan Fogarty, the editor-in-chief of Network Computing, who analyzed data from PayScale on computer science degrees to see what value they hold.
Franklin's interview with Fogarty is part of this week's look back at tech news on InformationWeek Radio. This week's wrap-up show takes place on Friday, September 19, at 3:00 p.m. EDT (Noon PDT). As with all wrap-up shows, Franklin will host a special live chat, where member of the InformationWeek community can ask questions and debate this week's news.
In addition to discussing the merits of computer science degrees, Franklin will interview Geekend author David Wagner on his latest geek obsession.
Finally, Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek will offer an overview of Apple-related news, including a look at the impact Apple's latest hardware and software releases will have on enterprise IT.
It's all happening on Friday at 3:00 p.m. on InformationWeek Radio. Please join us.
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