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This week I was in charge of making an updating improvement on the homepage, make a Press release page where the company is in anything press wise, and make a academy application page. THe academy application page is for people who want to learn to get better at playing competitive gaming like PUBG, Fortnite, or
This week was a normal week at the knights. We decided to put the WordPress on the back burner and just work on the Wix site. I made a new page for the site called the Academy which we are trying to put in place for people or kids to get into the esports scene,
During the Second week I kept up with updating the wix site, help set up an event for the Knights in South Side we were holding. I am also trying get the credentials to start on the WordPress site that I am building. The one we have on Wix is nice, but it is very
I started working at the Knights on May 30th. During that week I was set up with an account for the website, Discord, and Slack. I went over how to change content on the website and how to publish or update content. I also learned how to research and email a company to see if
This has been another exciting week with my internship as it draws to an end. As I’ve stated in previous postings I have been accepted as and treated as just one of the employees not just an intern. This was extremely apparent when I stopped by our Administration building to update my Smart Card and
Well this week has been an exciting one in regards to my learning and professional growth. One of my goals during this entire endeavor has been to acquire as many industry related trade certificates as possible. The biggest benefit is that I’ve been able to apply what I have learned at Point Park University and
This Friday was rather brief being Thanksgiving week. I think the most frustrating thing was that most of the people I had to make contact with on my ticket were gone or left early for the holiday. This has given me time to focus on brushing up on some of learning. One of the biggest
This week was very routine in my duties. I responded to multiple tickets dealing with updating and installing required security patches on various lab devices. I think the biggest lesson learned is having to muster the patience for the customers that lie and come up with excuses as to why they want to violate policy.
This week was spent trying to upgrade with a more difficult task of updating older laboratory devices to our new operating system. Some of these devices were so old they still had 3 ½” floppy disk drives installed on them. The main difficulty is the older towers were configured in RAID with their multiple drives
This week I was able to focus on some security learning. Specifically, dealing with the removal of encrypted drives. Removing an encrypted drive automatically triggers Bitlocker and locks out the hard drive of the device from being accessed. This causes us to have to wait for security to provide us with the forty-eight digit recovery