Not all strength meters are created equal, a Concordia study shows.
March 25-29: Concordia is hosting a major cinema and media studies conference.
Concordians climbed the podium twice at the international SAE Aero Design Competition.
Process improvements provide relief for the Examinations Office and departments.
"In Tune" encourages its players to define and assert their boundaries.
A Concordia scholar takes a look at the popular online marketplace.
A Concordia-based interdisciplinary team is competing for the chance to bring a new invention to market.
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As a signatory of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide Canada is expected to not turn a blind eye to massive human suffering. (…)To Mr. Mulcair and Mr. Trudeau: isolationism and humanitarian aid will do nothing to stop ISIS’ atrocities or protect Canada. Religious extremism is the defining issue of our time. Do not wallow in denial for political gain.
Kyle Matthews, Canada’s ISIS mission and the Opposition.
Cities face multiple complex challenges, including infrastructure deficits, homelessness, and extreme weather events. Nonetheless, they offer the scale needed for transformative change — large enough to matter, but small enough to manage. And if there is one civic institution that can catalyze that change, it is the university.
Stephen Huddart, the future of learning.
If you look at all new (small) business out of 100, after a year there are 75 left and after 10 years, just 20. (…) These businesses really rely on customers coming in and if there’s something impacting that volume then it makes a real difference. These are things the business owner has no control over.
Alexandra Dawson, “Montreal's small businesses struggling to survive”
Dropbox’s rather simple checker is quite effective in analysing passwords, and is possibly a step towards the right direction. Any word commonly found in the dictionary will automatically be caught by the Dropbox meter and highlighted as weak. That automatically prompts users to think beyond familiar phrases when creating passwords
Mohammad Mannan, "Is your e-mail password really strong enough?"