The Perfect Fit: The BI Tools Your Company Needs

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The success of any business intelligence implementation lies in choosing the right tools. The self-service BI market has exploded in recent years, providing organizations of all sizes with nearly endless options. This has leveled the playing field, putting advanced BI tools within financial reach of SMBs, and has freed up IT teams from the bonds… Read more »

Get a New Job with Updated C Programming Skills

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Created in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie of Bell Labs, C has since become one of the most popular programming languages of all time. While many developers believe everyone should know it, some still write it off as an outdated language that isn’t necessary to learn to build a great career. However, there is a viable… Read more »

New York is a Top State to Launch a Startup!

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The Silicon Valley has become synonymous with launching a startup, but given the level of competition and the exorbitant cost of living, California has lost some of its luster for entrepreneurs. If you’ve been thinking about launching your own tech business, it might be time to consider New York state. New York Offers Stronger Employee… Read more »

What’s the Most Ethical Way to Borrow a Code Idea?

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When a coder pours their heart and soul into a new idea, they naturally think of that code as their intellectual property. Unless they openly share the code on a platform like GitHub, many tech pros guard their ideas like Fort Knox. However, most great ideas in this world are born by taking something that… 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 »

Why Knowing a Company’s Details Can Help Get You the Job

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When preparing for a tech interview, you probably spend a lot of time thinking about anecdotes you can use to paint a picture of your experience. You probably also spend time practicing problem-solving exercises to demonstrate your technical skills. However, if you want to land the job, you should also focus on learning about the… Read more »

Humans and Tech Can Stop Phishing Together

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By now, nearly everyone with an email address knows to be wary of clicking links inside an email. However, nearly everyone has also clicked links inside an email.  And therein lies the draw of phishing attacks for hackers. They know that humans can be trusted to abandon common sense if they are in a hurry,… Read more »

Is Your WiFi Network Under Attack?

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If you think the answer is, “no,” think again. Every corporate WiFi network is a potential target for hackers to use as a means to gain full control over your network and infrastructure, causing massive damage and loss. Corporate WiFi Networks Are Easy Pickings According to a recent report, WiFi networks are more vulnerable than… Read more »

The Future of AR and VR is Moving Quickly

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Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have been major tech buzzwords for some time. And it seems like every few years, a new technology is released that looks like it might be the tipping point that makes VR and AR part of our everyday lives. And yet, movement has been historically slow and people… Read more »

Is Your Social Media Presence Keeping You from Finding an IT Job?

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Just as you run “recon” on potential employers, they are collecting their own intel on you, as well.  Recently, CareerBuilder revealed that over 70% of all employers screen candidates on social media, and nearly three in four hiring managers will run a cursory Google Search on a candidate before interviewing them. If you haven’t taken… Read more »