Is Empathy The Future Of Technology?

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Computer technology is inherently cold and impersonal. That’s been its draw since its inception. Technology doesn’t get marred down in the subjective. It simply provides output based directly on the given input. However, technology has evolved significantly in the last decade and we have become reliant on it in nearly every aspect of our lives…. Read more »

3 Skills of the Most Successful Network Engineers

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As a network engineer, you’re fully aware of the technical skills you must possess in order to advance your career. However, long-term career success is about more than just a list of your hard skills. Successful network engineers all share some important traits in common, and these are the traits that will have a positive… Read more »

5 Evergreen Careers in Cybersecurity

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Cybercrime is a lucrative business, and companies must do everything they can to protect sensitive data. Businesses in every industry need cybersecurity professionals to ensure their information is kept out of the hands of criminals, and there is a huge demand for talent that isn’t expected to slow down any time soon. If you’re looking… Read more »

Why Companies Must Prove Employer-Employee Relationships with H-1B Visa Holders

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Few industries were impacted by the H-1B visa changes like the tech sector. The skill gap in the US has meant many companies have had to rely on global talent to achieve their recruiting goals. Now, the government is cracking down on companies and tech recruiting firms who could be skirting the rules to connect… Read more »

It’s Time to Debunk These Myths About Bitcoin

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Bitcoin has dominated the headlines in recent years, but the market is rife with myths and misinformation. If you’re interested in entering the market and accepting bitcoin transactions in your organization, it is important to separate myth from fact. Myth: The Bitcoin Market Is Too Expensive At the time of this writing, 1 Bitcoin is… Read more »

What are Former Employers Legally Allowed to Say About You?

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Job seekers usually have a lot of questions when it comes to what a former employer can say about them when providing a reference. Can they tell a hiring manager that you were fired? Are they allowed to say why? Can they tell a prospective employer how much notice you provided when you quit or… Read more »

How Much Can a Data Scientist Make in Manhattan?

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Data scientists have been in high demand for several years, and that demand is expected to continue to increase through 2020 and beyond. Companies in all industries now understand they must embrace data analysis in order to remain competitive, and that means big data teams will keep growing. Given this high demand and the advanced… Read more »

How to Make Your IT Infrastructure More Cost Effective

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When it comes to IT infrastructure, tech leaders have to manage a delicate balancing act. Not only must they provide infrastructure that is stable and secure, it must also be cost-effective. Any time a new investment must be made in infrastructure, leaders must convince the non-technical members of the C-suite that those dollars are justified. … Read more »

Are Ex-Employees Your Company’s Biggest Cybersecurity Threat?

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With recent news-making hacks like the WannaCry ransomware attacks and the Equifax data breach, most companies have been focused on shoring up their systems to protect them from nefarious, faceless strangers in dark rooms. However, there is a much closer threat to your organization, and it is a threat that every single company, no matter… Read more »

These 6 Traits Will Help You Hire Your Next Great Leader

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Successful companies are powered by successful leaders who bring out the best in their employees. It is important to identify some critical qualities when interviewing leadership candidates to determine whether they can help you steer the ship towards success. These are six of the most important traits that can help you identify and hire your… Read more »